Post Alyn Weekend

First, I took a break last weekend and never got to post. We were invited out for dinner and had a nice lunch with 17 people. My apologize for not posting. On to this weekend.




This past week was the Alyn Wheels of Love bike ride. Our community is blessed with many capable riders who train for months to participate in this charity event. The two young ladies on the bottom left of this pictures are our good friend Tzippy and Caryn. Caryn and her family will be eating dinner with us. Tzippy and her family will be our guests for lunch tomorrow. The Alyn Wheels of Love ride is all about supporting the Alyn Pediatric and Adolescent Rehabilitation Hospital. Together, the riders raised over 3 million dollars this year biking through Israel. I expect that at some point in the next few weeks, the riders will stop talking non-stop about the ride. For now, its fun to watch them express their excitement about participating and finishing!

Some of these recipes come from the The Sephardic Kosher Kitchen. I have had this cookbook for at least ten years and its one of my favorites for Shabbat comfort food. Slightly different then traditional Eastern European fare, but tasty and easy to serve.

Parshat Chayei Sarah
Dinner - 13
Soup
Beef in Wine Sauce
Chicken and Onions (Sephardic Kosher Kitchen Pg. 88)
Ptitim
Acorn Squash
Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Lunch - 16
Meat Roll
Sauted Beef and Cabbage [Kol Dulce Con Karne] (Sephardic Kosher Kitchen Pg. 65)
Roast Chicken Bottoms
Rice
Quinoa
Sauted Bell Peppers

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