Monday, August 23, 2010

Menu Plan Monday #27: 13 Elul, 5770

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We are a Jewish family of 6 (2 parents, 4 kids) and all our meals are kosher.

Newcomers, you can read my MPM intro here which tells you all about who we are and what we eat, or just visit my super-duper-list-tastic itemization of Everything We Eat.

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!!!

1 comment:

  1. I love the idea of your baked potato bar with all the toppings on the table.

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