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December 2010
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90 minutes later:

Two chickens, cut in eighths, marinated in fresh lemon juice and rosemary, in oven.
One double recipe Sarah's Pasta (canned salmon, garlic, frozen peas, olive oil, and balsamic vinegar mixed with bowtie noodles.) in pot on stove. Need to figure out where to put it.
A large amount of red-skinned potatoes, cut in chunks, dusted with salt and freshly ground pepper, sprayed with cooking spray. In oven.
One double recipe spinach kugel. In oven.

Also on stove - one pot of chicken stock. I made it last night, but it was a tad thin and hadn't gelatinized, so I simmered it more today. It's much better now.


Dinner (just the two of us)
Chicken broth garnished with a slice of fresh lemon
Chicken, potatoes and sliced kugel

Lunch (with one or two guests)
Sarah's Pasta
Chicken, potatoes and kugel
Cake already brought by one of the guests

Su'edat Shlishit (If I'm home and want it) or Maleve Malkah:
Sarah's Pasta.


I made the Spinach Kugel last Shabbos. It came out nicely. I served it with a skinless/boneless turkey breast that had spent the day in the crockpot on low with a can of canberry Sauce, some craisins and dried apricots, orange juce, fresh, grated ginger and the zest of one clementine. I owe you a Yam Kugel Recipe, IIRC.

2 large garnet yams, peeled and shredded.
2 large carrots, peeled and shredded
1 medium onion, shredded or diced.
2 eggs, beaten
1 tbsp lemon juice
1/2 to 3/4 cup Matzo Meal (enough so the batter looks right)
Salt and Pepper to taste.

From there, the directions proceed pretty much as the Spinach Kugel.

שבת שלום and essen gazinta-heit

That looks absolutely delicious.

I shall try it someday soon.

Hmm. Looks perfect for Pesach.