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One more shlep back to shleppington, aka Yom Tov Menu

At long last…

Yup, one more go-round, at a time when I feel less like eating than ever before.  I am dying for more of that nice, fresh cantaloupe my Aunt Dorothy brought last week.  (hint:  Sara, if you’re coming on Thursday, maybe try to score us a nice melon from the market!)

Sukkos (Last Days) Meal Plan 5771/2010

Meal

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Shabbos

Day

 

YIZKOR

M, Sara – dairy

(no meat, no dairy)

  • Roasted garlic potato bread
  • Pea soup
  • Main?  Pareve mushroom crepes???
  • Green Beans Salad

SIMCHAS TORAH

Just us – dairy

 

  • Challah
  • Honey/mustard salmon
  • Pickled salmon from aish.com
  • Homemade pza bourekas
  • Salad(s)??? Pasta salad?

Out@ C family!!!

Night

Mommy. Abigail (&Mommy?), S - meat

  • Roasted garlic potato bread
  • Jar fish
  • Squash carrot soup w/kneids
  • Shake n’ Bake chicken
  • Corn fritters

SIMCHAS TORAH K– dairy (late meal)

No nightshades

  • Challah
  • Pea soup again w/kneids
  • Baked mac n’cheese
  • Gr brs / broc & cherry toms stirfry

Just us – meat?

  • Challah
  • Jar fish
  • Mballs
  • Mashpo
  • Corn
  • Apple Kugel
 

Desserts

  • Mandelbroit
  • S’mores tart
  • DAIRY or PAREVE?  These were going to be dairy, but then I remembered the cheesecake… Caramel Graham Cracker Crunch (aka Marcy Goldman’s Matzah Crunch with Graham Crackers)
  • Honey Cake (already in freezer)
  • Maybe one more…?  Oh!  Pumpkin cheesecake in freezer?

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