Friday, October 10, 2008

Sukkot menu

Forecast: sunny, high 67, breezy. (It'll probably be around 60 by the time we sit down to eat)

first night, meat meal, lots of toddlers:
Hot spiced cider (with rum, for the grownups)

Wine/grape juice
Curried squash soup (ckn stock base, lots of ginger)
Katie's Chicken (small pieces marinated in soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic, and cinnamon - out of this world and child-friendly)
Veggies (provided by guests)

Leaf-, hammer-, and animal-shaped pepparkakor (Swedish spice cookies, sort of like very thin gingerbread)

Second night, dairy meal, rabbi, his family and some of our relatives:

More cider
Stuffed mushrooms (hot)
Stuffed dates (cold)
Caramelized onion tarlets (room temp)

Wine/grape juice
Roasted Vegetable stew served in a roasted pumpkin (ta-da!)

More pepparkakor
Apple pie or apple crisp

HA. Somehow I'm going to make all of this, and build/set up/decorate the sukkah, and work until 2pm on Monday.

I'm insane.


Blogger Jack said...

Katie's Chicken sounds good.

10/12/2008 11:08 PM  

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