We’ll be making latkes for Chanukah.  If you’re interested it’s a dozen latkes for $10.  If you order more than 6 dozen ask – we have better pricing for bulk orders. The Dessert Special for $10 that includes the following: Chocolate Mousse in a Chocolate Cup (1), Smores Bars (2), Lemon Bars (2), Cookies (4), Brownies (2) French Special – $15 a person Starter: Mushroom, Vegetables, Onion and Wine sauce Crepes Soup: Potage Crecy (Creamy carrot soup) Main Course: “Coq” Au Vin (chicken in a wine sauce) or Roasted Chicken with Lemon and Thyme Sides (you can pick 2): Roasted Potatoes Stuffed Onions Steamed Green Beans Roasted Butternut Squash Fish Upgrade for $7: Braised Tilapia Provencal  – with fennel, tomatoes and sage For orders over $75 and in the eruv, there is free delivery.  For orders under $75 there is a $5 delivery charge or…

Here’s our special (please order by Wednesday at noon, if you can): Indian Special (for $15 a portion): Appetizer: Samosa (pastry filled with potatoes and corn) Fish Masala Dosa with potato, fish filling (upgrade of $6) Soup: Carrot, Ginger and Coriander Soup Main Course: Dry Rub Indian Chicken (or roast chicken) Chicken Curry with onions and tomatoes Sides (pick 2): Curried Potatoes Curried Cauliflower Basmati rice with caramelized onions Dessert: Rice Pudding with Cardamom Thanksgiving Menu (please order by Sunday the 18th at noon): Butternut Squash Soup – $4 a serving Bruschetta with crackers – $1 per serving FAMOUS Spinach and Herb Dip – $7 small tub, $12 large tub Stuffed Acorn Squash $4 (stuffed with challah, onions, celery and a touch of brown sugar and spices) Turkey $9 a serving or $110 for a whole turkey with stuffing. Grammy Margaret’s Homemade Cranberry Sauce…

In another installment of yummy gluten free eating – we made a very fun and quick cookie.  There’s no fat in these cookies and no gluten.  There are still calories, but that’s the way it goes sometimes… You cannot substitute regular sugar for the powdered sugar.  Powdered sugar also has cornstarch in it (it’s an anti-caking agent) and the cornstarch helps give some stability to the ingredients. If you do not have powdered sugar you can use 1 cup regular sugar with 1 teaspoon cornstarch (and then you can blend it to make it super fine, but it should work with the regular sugar crystals).  This could be a 3 ingredient recipe – the vanilla, chips and nuts are all optional.  And I still haven’t done my taste test with and without vanilla – I think (and I’m not sure) that the cocoa masks…