We are expecting dear friends for Shabbat this week. They will come early and stay late (we hope!) They travel about an hour and half to get here. There are 10 kids between us and many littln's. So I like to make sure we have lots of food. We have even had meetings that go over night into the next day...so I like to be prepared.
If ever we have left overs from Shabbat it is especially welcome on Sunday because Sunday is usually a big work day for us. We hit major projects/chores, that are hard to do in the week with other duties...so it is especially nice to have food taken care of. We can focus greater on the work at hand without giving meals much thought. I often make more than I need on erev. This helps me be prepared for last minute invitations to fellowship with folks (and have food to offer) as well.
Maple Grilled Salmon
Corn on the cob
Spelt Potato Rolls
Millet in a Skillet
Homemade Granola w fresh Blueberries (and raw milk)
Snacks and Refreshments (homemade of course)
Orange Cream Popsicles
Cherry Cream Popsicles
Peppermint Iced Tea (Infusion)
Ginger Iced Tea (Infusion)
Luzziane Lemon Balm Iced Tea
Grilled Lemon Basil Chicken
Technicolor Carrot and Cabbage Salad
Spelt Potato Rolls
Havdalah Meal (Amy is bringing food for this)
Cucumber, Tomato Feta Salad
Corn on the Cob
Welcome to Home Shalom!
Welcome to Home Shalom and Shalom Farm. We pray your visit here be blessed. We are learning to walk in the Ways (Torah) of our Father YHWH and follow Y'shua, His Messiah until He returns to "set things straight". We call it a "Messi-Life". Our walk is neither tidy nor perfect, but it is filled with passion, devotion and desire to serve our King. We are learning to be humble servants, and to be good stewards of the things that He has entrusted to us: His Word, our marriage, our children, our family, our community, our health, and our farm. Hitch your horse and stay a while--our door is always open!