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Friday, October 8, 2010

Shabbat Menu 10/9

Shalom Friends!
Last week was an amazing time of blessing as we shared the Feast of Sukkot with others. I am hoping to post about it...but am not taking as much time on the computer in this season...so things are slow going. :-) (I am still haven't caught up on laundry for our camping week yet!) Please have patience with me in this next season as I am spending less time online.

This is going to be a simple prep day, because DH wants to investigate another option for cook stove today. We are on the verge of purchasing one (we have no heat in the house and the season is changing and some of our options will be 8 weeks to arrive - since they may need to be made to order and shipped). Just before we placed our order we got word of a possible better option with some local Amish...but need to make a choice real soon. So we are hoping to have clarity on this topic (and maybe even place our order - one place or another before the sun sets - we have been trying to settle on something all week long.) :-) Either way...we may be stove hunting/ordering for the better part of our day, so my menu is going to be grilling for erev, and crockpots for the 3 meals on Shabbat. (This is when 3 Crock pot REALLY comes in handy!) :-) As usual, if anyione wnats recipes, just let me know.
Revised Menu - Meeting a family at a park - need to adjust. :-)

Erev Shabbat
Grilled Chicken Feta Spinach Sausage
Seasoned Potatoes

Shabbat Breakfast
Cornmeal Porridge w/ Almonds and Dates

(snacks) Apples and Cheese, Seasoned Popcorn
Chips & Salsa

Winter Squash and Sweet Potato Soup

Much Love and May YHVH's Shalom Spill Out of Your Home!

1 comment:

Moira said...

Everything sounds wonderful as usual!!
Shabbat Shalom,