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Comment from: Jane [Visitor]
Have a Happy Healthy New Year Ruthie!
Jane
09/14/12 @ 11:19
Comment from: Lillie Smith [Visitor]
Happy New Year.
09/14/12 @ 13:57
Comment from: Healthy Bubbe [Visitor] Email
L'Shanna Tova
I'm new to this and it is interesting to see your post. What type are you and what are you serving for Break Fast?
09/22/12 @ 23:42
Comment from: Ruth [Member] Email
I'm type O, as are both of my teenaged daughters. My 10 year old son is a type B. For Break Fast (the meal after Yom Kippur) we normally do "breakfast" foods; scrambled eggs, spelt toast, broccoli quiche, oatmeal, etc. I may also make a veggie/bean soup.
09/23/12 @ 10:53
Comment from: lola [Visitor]
love the eat raisins with celery for “a raise in salary” pun!
HNY
09/26/12 @ 01:36
Comment from: Lillie Smith [Visitor]
Hi Ruth,
Was wondering what has happened with your meal planning during Succoth.
10/14/12 @ 14:27
Comment from: Ruth [Member] Email
I usually make one-dish meals in foil pans over Succos, so it's easier to carry down to the succah. Meat and veggies in one dish, although we did keep the rice separate this year, in smaller foil pans. We had a roast whole chicken, sliced brisket, meatballs, and I know we had a 4th meal for the first 2 days but I forgot what it was.

Over Shabbos I made meatballs again, and for the last days I made a dairy vegetable lasagna, then we had a meal at a friend's home, then it was Simchas Torah, when it's still a holiday but we no longer eat in the succah. The evening meal was cold salads and a cheese platter, and the last meal was brisket again, but this time with no veggies added, and tzimmes in a separate pan.

It was hard for me to get online to blog during the holidays. I can't go online during the holidays themselves, and the days in between were busy with holiday prep and general housework.
10/15/12 @ 11:38

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