I love cooking for other people. I pretty much blame my Mom for that one. After eating in several different homes, restaurants, and countries, I like to think I’ve tasted my fair share of delicacies. Through it all, Mom’s cooking … Continue reading
Whew! I just got done baking some challah I’m bringing for our oneg tonight…wanna take a sneak peek?
Oh man, I just want to eat it all. Right now.
I did make a special dinner for FH last night, but alas, it was a simple one that really doesn’t require a recipe for you. You can look at our plates and clearly see what we had, and if you had any doubts, a quick Google search would be all you needed to figure out how to cook it:
I had wanted to make something fancy, but time was not on my side. I whipped this up, and FH loved it, despite it not taking long, nor involving anything exotic or labor-intensive. It was delicious, perfect… and simple. Isn’t it amazing how often all those things come together?
I was thinking about that as I was baking my challah. As the smell of fresh, eggy bread filled the air, I reflected on the few, simple things you can do in order to have an amazing Shabbat – or really, any day of rest! No fancy pants required:
- Eat good food
- Laugh loudly and without hesitation
- Reflect on the beauty in your life
- Hold the ones you love close
- Repeat steps 1-4 until your smile is permanent 🙂
Time to jump in the shower to get ready for tonight! I hope each and every one of you has a wonderful night, a peaceful rest, and a fantastic day tomorrow. May you laugh loudly and hug until your ribs hurt. Until Sunday!
Confession time: I’m not normally the most up-to-date person. Though I strive to generally stay in the loop as far as more pressing matters are concerned (the US presidential election and severe weather, for example), I just don’t have the … Continue reading