Rosh Hashannah is coming!  Please find our menu below.  Everyone should have a happy and healthy new year. Please order by Friday September 23rd.  Pick up with be Tuesday night, the 27th.  We will also have menus for the meal before Yom Kippur and for Sukkot. SIMANIM SPECIAL Our simanim special will be $16 for 4 servings (and $4 additional for each additional person) and will include a Laminated bencher that has all of the Y’hee Ratzons of the symbolic foods): Herbed Beet Salad 1/8 cup per serving Moroccan Carrots 1/8 cup per serving Leek and Onion Puff (1 per serving) Mini Squash tart (1 per serving) Cous cous, with Dates, onions and craisins Pomegranate Salsa 1/8 cup per person Black Eyed Peas Chutney 1/8 cup per person Rosh Hashannah menu: Sushi – $6 a roll (tuna is $8) TriColored Gefilte Fish in a 10…

Thank you so much to Elisheva Rabinowitz for the opportunity to write this article about some New Year appropriate salads.  Since, we are coming to the New Year and apples are on my mind, we’ll look at a few salad recipes. First of all, you can always add diced apples to whatever salad you would like.  And you say, what?  my apples always turn brown when I do this.  Well, before you add the apples to a salad, put them in a zip lock bag, and add some lemon juice (a squeeze from half a lemon – if you have no lemon, you can use a teaspoon of vinegar to the same end) – shake.  Then you can add the apples without fear from the color brown…  The acidity from the lemon will stop the oxidation process that turns the apple brown (if I…

Fish Stew!  Yum.  A couple of weeks (months?) ago one of my friend’s had mentioned how much her husband likes fish stew, and I’ve been thinking about making it ever since.  We have some extra fish in the house, and I would like my children to eat it, so now we will have fish stew. And you say, what’s fancy about fish stew, well, my dear fellow followers of “Fancy Nancy” – we just need to change its name to bouillabaisse (BOO-yuh-bess) and voila – fancy.  Though you purists out there might say – “you can’t prepare a bouillabaisse with any less than 4 types of fish”. I laugh at your narrow mindedness.  Of course you can prepare a soup with one type of fish – that’s the whole point of soup – you use what you have.  If you happen to have 4…