In honor of “Challah”ween – we have a recipe for Pumpkin Challah (see below or click on the link): www.sweetandgoodcatering.com/?p=921 Here is this week’s special:  we’re trying out a new system – a few people said they’d prefer the pricing to be separate (as opposed to bundled) – let me know what you think: Matzah Ball Soup – $3 per serving Poached Salmon with dill sauce – $8 per serving Chicken Breast filled with sun dried tomatoes, spinach and wine sauce – YUM – $9 per serving Spaghetti alla Bolognese – $9 per serving Garlic Bread – $2 per serving Teriyaki Green Beans – $3 per serving Roasted Beets atop salad – $3 per serving Chocolate Pate with Cranberry Coulis – $4 per serving (rich, decadent, delicious with the tart coulis on the side)

We took a quick trip to Indiana for the first days of Sukkot to visit our friends from Israel.  It is 645 miles from where we live.  And unfortunately, all the words I know to “Gary, Indiana” are “Gary, Indiana, Gary Indiana, Gary Indiana, My home sweet home.”  And well, after about 10 miles of that, I had to try to find other things to sing…. The country is beautiful – the leaves are changing, they’re further along then our leaves were, so we saw lots of oranges, reds, greens and yellows.  When we crossed into Indiana, a big sign proclaims:  “Indiana – childhood home of Lincoln.”  Really?  Come on! Indiana.  I feel disappointed.  I think your state motto could be something stronger -Surely someone famous was born in Indiana – all you got is that Lincoln’s parents carpet bagged through your state?  (I…