Shabbat Menu- Eating Well
I wanted to take my kids somewhere fun today. But alas, nothing was open! So we settled on doing a Wal-Mart run where we got new games and puzzles. (Was it not just Chanukah?? It was just for the sake of an outing.) You know how it is this time of year; people are especially cheery, and New Years wishes filled the air.
While most of the world is celebrating the New Year, it's hard not to get caught up in January 1st healthy eating fever. (The produce section at my grocery was undeniably fuller...I think!)
My philosophy is to embrace it. Exciting healthy food trends, jazzing up salads with unusual ingredients like pea shoots, trying out an unbelievable new soup recipe or bright dressing. It's really never a bad time to give yourself something fresh and new!
Pulled Corned Beef by Esther Ottensoser
This delicious appetizer can be served in so many different variations; try pulled or sliced regularly, you will be delighted with the results.
Out-of-this-World Minestrone Soup by Zeta Olive Oil
This hearty and flavorful minestrone soup is the perfect warm and comforting supper for a cold winter evening.
Pea Shoot Salad by Chavi Feldman
This salad is a winner even for people who don't touch vegetables. Don't be surprised when you see clean plates and no leftovers!
Balsamic Chicken Cutlets by Estee Kafra
Delicious and perfectly moist balsamic-marinated grilled chicken. This recipe was the winner of the Next Agri Star 2014 Contest!
Bulgur with Roasted Butternut Squash and Honey-Lemon Dressing by Chaya Braver
Bulgur is delicious and super healthy. It’s also crazy easy to cook—pour boiling water over it, cover the pot, and…voilà!
Glazed Coffee Cake Grande by Brynie Greisman
There are so many variations to this cake, even the low-fat version is very moist and disappears fast. The filling adds marvelous flavor, and the crunchy topping is irresistible. Your family and guests are sure to love this cake.