Friday, September 01, 2006

What will we be eating for Shabbat?

Lots of food, but no time for pictures.

  • sweet potatoes cut in chunks and cooked in the oven with spices
  • fancy squash, like stars, split, baked with onion, garlic and peppers
  • chicken, like the family loves
  • soup--ask my husband for the recipe
  • giant mushrooms sauteed with onion and garlic
  • "meat" loaf with ground chicken, onion, tomato, basil, garlic
  • "diet killer" with "reduced" topping
  • homemade cake with chocolate icing--had to make for se'udat shlishit joint se'udat hodaya for all the fellers safely home from the war, baruch Hashem and made another for the neighbors' grandson's Shabbat brit
  • vegetables with zuccini, pumpkin, carrots and onion, garlic, of course
  • there will be fresh salad

If I forgot anything, I'll just have to tell you after Shabbat

Shabbat Shalom!


vicki said...

Everything sounds delicious...I like the apple recipe since apples are just ripening in North Georgia.

Baleboosteh said...

Sounds delicious!

I have just spent a couple of hours writing down a whole lot of your recipes from the Kosher Cooking Carnival. Thanks for the wonderful recipes!

muse said...

Thank you both. I "reduced" the calories on the "diet Killer" and It's still too delicious for words.

Everything I made is super-simple. I'm very lazy.

wendy said...

Looks tasty! I'm impressed. I need to do a better job of planning at preparing our Sabbath meal.

elf said...

Wow, looks great! How do you make the chicken?