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April 30, 2015 / conservadox

shabbos dinner

The end of the Torah portion mentions that the Jews are entering a “land of milk and honey” (Lev. 20:24).  And the Haftorah for Kedoshim says that Israel will be sifted “as corn is sifted in a sieve” (Amos 9:9).  So there will be corn, honey and milk.

So I made corn cakes with cream cheese (so-so).  Also a frozen dessert with dates (since the honey in question may have been made of dates), honey and milk.

On a less biblical note:

mackerel shakshusa (plenty of mackerel left over from Pesach) (or maybe I should say pseudo-shakshuka since I am not feeling 100 pct and used bland diced tomatoes instead of a spicier mix)

eggplant rolls with rice inside (made by Galil, not by me)

kimche (yes, there’s kosher kimche now- brand name is Ozuke)

pumpkin puree

mixed berries (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries)

chocolate coins

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