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Sunday, January 13, 2008

shabbat charges the batteries

I definitely needed shabbat this week. I baked whole wheat challah, I'm listening to Adi Ran.-Eze Kef l'hiot yehudi....I'm looking forward to a week of subbing hebrew school, learning about fermenting foods, and appreciating whats growing after the rain. Saw some wild looking mushrooms!I appreciated a kale salad that was marinated with ginger, garlic, olive oil, and honey, as well as a squash souffle-better than the sugary sweet from the kiddush in shul. I got a lot to say on changing what we serve...a small group will change the masses. And why so much talk at the table about food? WW points? Its better than politics.

1 Comments:

Blogger bozster613 said...

oychel nefesh with oychel geshmacht.
Napa Vallet vineyard grapes in the wine that goes with baked whole wheat challah, yes?

adamamish, 5 species grains such as oats and barley also grow from the ground, nu?
Since the focus here is on food from the ground and now learning about fermenting foods, so how about any comments on beer and distilled spirits that are also made from some of these Five Grain Species that Biblically grow from the ground in Ha'Aretz??

Also, didn't adamama write in the post purging is is a process, (two is's here not one!) and also
There will be more postings as Purim approaches, yes ??

Or else maybe adamama studiously avoids b'kavana high-quality fermented grapejuice (=wine), fermented barley-malt (=beer) and fermented+distilled oats/barley/rye... (=whiskey) ????

January 13, 2008 at 10:34 PM  

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