Monday, October 17, 2011

An Comfort Food Filled Menu for Erev Shemini Atzeret

Whether you are eating home or are still eating in the Sukkah, the sudden chill in the air, while expected, makes us want to warm up with a bowl of hot soup. The Parsnip and Apple soup combines the sweetness and heartiness of a root vegetable with the tartness of the Granny Smith apple.Follow the soup with a platter of Mini Meat Loaves. Each person gets their own meat loaf: chopped meat mixed with sauteed mixed vegetables- which produces a light and delicious loaf. When served over a bed of whipped creamy Yukon Golds, there is nothing more satisfying. The acorn squash filled with ratatouille is again delicious, easy to serve and hearty enough to be a main course with the potatoes for your vegetarians. End your meal with this crunchy Almond Tart and berries and you will have eaten well.

Parsnip & Apple Soup
Mini Meat Loaves
Acorn Squash filled with Ratatouille
Whipped Yukon Golds
Italian Almond Tart
Mixed Berries

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