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We are a Jewish family of 6 (2 parents, 4 kids) and all our meals are kosher.
So we’re going to New York City – well, okay, and then on to Lakewood and Monsey – tomorrow night. Yay!
Which means a pretty short week for menu planning. Ted will be on his own for Wednesday, Thursday and Shabbos. Actually, my mother is making the main dish for Shabbos; Ted says he’ll do all the side stuff.
Sunday: Ravioli birthday supper at Mommy’s house
Monday (tonight): Chicken BBQ’d on skewers; rice; sweepo oven fries
Also tonight: Mix no-knead dough for pletzl on Sunday – double batch (or triple?); mix challah dough for Shabbos & freeze – ask Ted to take it out to fridge on Thursday afternoon. Hmm… or mix dough this afternoon, form loaves tonight, then freeze loaves.
Tuesday (Ted’s late day): Baked potatoes with bowls of cheese, chili, etc. Elisheva’s choice, because I ran out of inspiration: “That is an easy supper; it’s just like in Poland, Mommy.” We leave at 6:30 for the bus, so it will have to be an early supper…
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday… ha ha ha ha ha ha…so long, folks!!!