Monday, September 10, 2007

Rosh Hashana: The Menus

For all those who are interested... here are the menus for Rosh Hashana at Casa SerandEz. If anyone wants any recipes, feel free to email me; perhaps I'll put them up later and link them back in. We are eating out the two Shabbos meals; one with family and one with super-kind friends who live nearby, and we're hosting... well, a LOT of people. And I mean a lot for us, which is a lot. V'hamayvin yavin.

1st night:
  • SerandEz, Elianna, + 8 guests so far
  • Grape Juice, Challah, Apples, Simanim
  • Layah's Salad
  • Deli Roll
  • Beef & Spinach Wraps
  • BBQ Chicken
  • Lemon Curry Chicken
  • Dessert - to be determined
1st day:
  • SerandEz, Elianna, + 11 guests so far
  • Grape Juice, Challah, Apples
  • Fruit Soup (Pineapple/Strawberry)
  • Taco Meat Salad
  • Deli Roll
  • Potatoes
  • Breaded Italian Cutlets
  • Apricot Honey Chicken Poupon
  • Dessert - to be determined
2nd night:
  • SerandEz, Elianna, + 7 guests so far [our "easy" meal]
  • Grape Juice, Challah, Apples, Shehecheyanu
  • Salmon [maybe]
  • Caesar Salad
  • Lasagna
  • Rockets (or Rukka Crumka or something)
  • Blueberry Pie (?)
2nd day:
  • SerandEz, Elianna, +11 guests so far
  • Grape Juice, Challah, Apples
  • Sushi Salad
  • Strawberry Mango Salad
  • Lasagna
  • Rockets
  • Tuna Quiche
  • Broccoli Kugel (?)
  • Dessert - to be determined
Yes, we like the whole apples in honey thing in my family. Yes, we eat milchigs on Yom Tov. No, I don't eat broccoli. Or blueberries. Yes, we're also having drinks such as soda; no, I don't know why I put in kiddush and hamotzi and not the drinks.

Oh, and we also have 5 girls staying here, though probably we'll be putting two at a nearby apartment. Yes, we are crazy. But we enjoy it. :)

Kesiva v'chasima tova!!!