Quiet?

Small meal friday night, big lunch Shabbat afternoon.  This was a food day.  The Passover holiday approaches and we try to clean out the pantry before hand.  Our big accomplishment was to bake Challa.  I used this recipe.  The loaves look amazing, but I don't know how it will take.  My friend the bakers daughter gave us lots of tips.  I'm sure that's why they look so good.

Our orange tree is in season.  We have so many oranges that we are making fresh squeezed orange juice for breakfast on Saturday. It is soooooo sweet.

Here's our menu this weekend:
Shabbat Parshat
Shabbat Parshat Vayakhel-P'kudei
Dinner - 8
Vegetable soup
French fries
Naked Schnitzel (package schnitzel with no covering)
Garlic Meatballs and Potatoes
Broccoli
Pita chips and Ful dip (ful is a kind of bean)

Lunch - 18
Meat Roll
Onion Meat loaf (fried onions incorporated in the meatloaf)
Garam Masalla Pargiot
Curry Pargiot
Swedish Vegetables
Israeli Salad
Garlic Green Beans

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