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1  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / Re: Purim Mishloach Manot - anyone sending? on: March 18, 2008 06:33:36 AM
a little boring---but the challot are a good idea---maybe make them in purim shapes for interest......like a crown or a gogger or a triangle shape.......
i live in jerusalem,so we give mishloach manot on sunday---this year i'm making pumpkin soup---everyone will get a container with 3-4 servings,some nice bread---either rolls or some kind intereting bread and hamentashen.

in the past i've done a breakfast kind---bagels,cream cheese,butter,strawberries and juice and a few tea bags.

my dd wanted me to make sushi and send it with saki---but no time to get the saki---sort of an oriental take on mishloach manot

purim sameach Cheesy
2  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Butternut Squash Soup on: March 13, 2008 10:48:55 PM
i make something similar but also put in fresh pumpkin and sweet potatoes----we call it orange soup.if i serve hot--i add a couple of tablespoons of white wine and sprinkle with pumpkin seeds before serving.if serving cold---swirl a spoon of plain yogurt on top.
3  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Your favourite sandwiches on: February 25, 2008 05:50:35 AM
i just saw a great looking sandwich in our local coffee shop and made it for lunch today.

whole wheat bread with a layer of guacamole,chopped tomatoes and eggsald.it looked beautiful with the different colors and was quite tasty
4  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: A Good Welcome Home Meal?? on: February 10, 2008 12:33:58 PM
somethiing warm and comforting--tomato soup???beef stew???baked chicken?Huh
5  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Your favourite sandwiches on: February 10, 2008 12:31:38 PM
my 10 yo dd swears by sliced egg,tomato and mayo. my 18 yo dd loves pesto with sun dried tomatoes and avocado. my othe rkids don't have particular favs. mine---thinly sliced pastrami with hot mustard and pickles.
6  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Ideas for travel food? on: January 19, 2008 12:00:21 PM
if you're not going to take a cooler--make sure the food stays cool--maybe freeze some water bottles to put in with the food.

my daughter and i went to london about a month ago and were out and about all day---we took a thermos of tea with us--it was cold in london,pop top cans of tuna and yummy whole grain crackers to eat with the tuna,fruit,and good cookies as well as dried fruit and nuts.hard boiled eggs are good and lots of cut up veggies---with dip.individual salads with marinated tofu chunks.another possibility is to take a thermos with soup.

the other thing to think about is that if you are eating on the bus,you should take things that aren't messy to eat and that aren't "smelly"
7  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / what to make with sari silk yarn on: January 07, 2008 02:00:32 PM
i just won 3 skeins of sari silk yarn on ebay.here are the particulars:

1/3 kilogram - 11.7 ounces - approx 240 yards)
Each Skein is 100 grams

How the Yarn is Made: Our yarn is the made from the same silk used to make the colorful Saris worn by many women in South Asia. When Saris are made on a mill, the ends of the silk fabric are trimmed off.  To keep this beautiful silk from going to waste, the fibers from the trimmed ends are handspun spun into recycled silk yarn. This cottage spinning industry benefits women's development groups, helping them generate additional income. 
Worsted Weight
Suggested needle size: US 8 - 10,    Metric 5 - 6 mm,    UK/Canada 6 - 4
Gauge: 12 - 16 stitches per 10 cm (3 - 4 stitches per inch


so what should i knit?i thought of making a baby sweater---but there's not enough and i think it is probably too delicate.so i was thinking something for me....any suggestions???
8  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Beef Barley Soup to return a favor... on: December 08, 2007 12:02:56 PM
could you please post a recipe???this looks really goood
9  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Favorite Soup Recipe? on: November 28, 2007 12:34:58 PM
moroccan lentil chickpea soup


i cut this out of the newspaper---it is a family favorite


2 tbls olive oil
2 onion
1 cup brown lentils
4 tomatoes-cubed
1/2 bunch parsley
1/2 bunch fresh coriander
1 cup whole chickpea(either canned or one cup dried that's been
soaked in water overnight)
1 cup thin noodles
4 stalks celery---chopped
1 tbsp-turmeric
1 tsp-dried ginger

in a large pot---heat oil and brown onions.add 2 tbls of flour and stir frequently untiil onions are browned(this will make the soup thick and this way you don't have lumps of flour) add the celery and chickpeas. add 6.5 cups of hot water.Bring to a boil and cook,covered for 45 minutes.you can add tiny meatballs if you want at this point.

add 1/2 cup of boiling water to your food processor,add tomatoes,parsley ,coriander,turmeric and ginger and blend until smooth.

add the tomato mixture and the lentils to the soup pot and cook on low for 50 minutes. add salt,pepper and noodles and cook for an additional 5 minutes.
before seving--- serve with a squeeze of lemon juice on top.

10  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Favorite Soup Recipe? on: November 28, 2007 12:20:26 PM
Jerusalem Artichoke Soup

Saute a few onions until translucsent

add a few potatoes and about 8-10 jerusalem artichokes that have been peeled and cubed

 saute for a few minutes. add water to cover the vegetables and bring to a boil.lower flame and cook for about 30 minutes until the vegetables are tender. put in the food processor or use the wand to pulverize.serve hot


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