Once again into the meals

Last day of pesach is a holiday.  For reasons beyond my ken, we have no guests!  Dinner will be just our seven.  To avoid a double-whammy, we invited the young men and women who hang out at our house each weekend to eat lunch with us.  I have no idea how many are coming, so I just made lots of food.  In the worst case, we will have leftovers for the rest of the week.

Shvii shel Pesach (the seventh day)
Dinner - 7
Matza ball soup (using Cooking for Engineers recipe for matza balls)
Beef Patties with celery, mushrooms and parsley (stir fry the veggies and add to the ground meat)
Left-over roast chicken
Spicy stir fried cabbage (and hot peppers)

Lunch - ?
Sautéed Chicken (marinated in garlic, ginger and fresh lemon)
Sautéed Chicken (marinated in cayenne pepper, black pepper, olive oil and red wine vinegar)
Beef Rolada baked with tomatoes, onions and mushrooms
Roasted potato slices (chips) (sliced thin, covered with oil and baked until brown)
Stir fried cabbage, garlic and ginger
Stir fried Brussels sprouts


Hasya Ya'ara said…
I just wanted to thank you so much for your kindness.

Sometimes, I expect to be at a certain level of Judaism by now. Thank you for the reminder that there are many levels of Judaism.

Hope you and your family had a wonderful Pesach.

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