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July 13, 2018 / conservadox

shabbos dinner

For this week’s dinner I had three constraints:
1) Since this week’s country is Bangladesh, I wanted something Bangladeshi (or more precisely, Indo/Pakistani/Bangladeshi since that part of the world seems to pretty much have a lot in common culinarily)
2) Something involving sheep because in this week’s Torah portion the tribes of Gad and Reuben want fertile grazing land for their sheep
3) a dairy/nonmeat deal because during the Nine Days before Tisha’b’Av I don’t eat meat. (Yes, I realize shabbos is an exception to that but I don’t want to have to waste a ton of meat leftovers in case I overcook).
So: salmon tikka masala (satisfies 1 and 3).
sheep cheese pizza (satisfies 2 and 3)
also- quinoa with black beans and avocado just because I had quinoa lying around
semolina pancakes with date honey or blueberry because I had semolina flour lying around from last week- also, the pizza is with semolina crust which might or might not work.

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