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  • #592834

    crdle
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    What do you usually eat on motzai shabbos? I always like to eat mac and cheese

    #705751

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    Shabbos leftovers.

    Yes, I know that there are some posters who have a problem with eating Shabbos food during the week. Deal with it. I’m not throwing out good food just because it didn’t get eaten on Shabbos.

    The Wolf

    #705752

    so right
    Member

    Isn’t their a minhug yisroel (across all sects) to be mechabed Motzei Shabbos with pizza?

    #705753

    myfriend
    Member

    You are supposed to make a Melave Malka by washing hamotzi and eating a meal.

    #705754

    Grilled cheese:

    spread ketchup on rye….sprinkle with either black pepper and garlic salt OR oregano….then sprinkle shredded cheese all over (or pieces of regular american cheese)….toast till cheese browns….yummmmm

    #705755

    your supposed to wash and eat s/t hot, i usually eat pizza

    #705756

    oomis
    Participant

    Pizza

    #705757

    Pizza!

    #705758

    smartcookie
    Member

    A razzle. Now for a change Im drinking a tea!

    #705759

    postsemgirl
    Member

    Chulent!!!

    #705760

    crdle
    Member

    smartcookie- u always have a razzle on MS?

    #705761

    Poster
    Member

    PIZZA is my treat when we dont have enough leftover challah to go around.

    Otherwise we eat challah and dips and my husband eats our leftover fish…

    #705762

    Ender
    Participant

    Pizza Bagels, or french toast with leftover Challah

    #705763

    yaff80
    Participant

    The Rabbi Rocks:

    “your supposed to wash and eat s/t hot”

    Where do you get that from?

    Look in Rashi in the sugya in shabbos, where he says that Chamin B’motzei shabbos is done either by eating/drinking something hot, or by having a hot bath/shower!

    I will try to get back to you with an exact grid ref for this rashi (I saw this years ago, and made a mental note of it)

    #705764

    yaff80
    Participant

    The Wolf:

    “Shabbos leftovers. Yes, I know that there are some posters who have a problem with eating Shabbos food during the week. Deal with it.”

    See Sharei teshuva siman shin who states from the mahrsha, that it is better to make something new for meleva malka and not to eat leftovers!

    #705765

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    Yaffa80:

    Here’s siman shin:

    http://www.hebrewbooks.org/pdfpager.aspx?req=30774&st=&pgnum=70

    It concerns tevillah on Erev Yom Kippur. It has nothing to do with the subject at hand.

    And to reiterate: I don’t care what other posters say — I’m not going to throw out perfectly good food because you have the notion that food made for Shabbos shouldn’t be eaten during the week. Deal with it.

    The Wolf

    #705766

    yaff80
    Participant

    The wolf:

    I dunno where you are looking, but my Misshna b’rura, chelek gimmel, siman Shin, is titled “she’yesader shulchanoi b’moitzei shabbos”

    And to clarify: I never said you shouldnt eat leftovers during the week and sling it. I certainly did not say or imply any notion that food made for shabbos should not be eaten during the week. All I said was that Moitzei shaboos is not the time for leftovers. In my house we gladly enjoy the leftovers on Sunday. It is not wasted and the l’chatchila of the halacha is upheld!

    I highly recommend you read what people write before replying with such strong words in return!! DEAL WITH IT!!!!!!

    #705767

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    I highly recommend you read what people write before replying with such strong words in return!! DEAL WITH IT!!!!!!

    The same could be said for you as I made this point in my first post.

    Nonetheless, the point has been made by other posters on this forum. My comment was addressed to them.

    In any event, I provided a link to the sefer YOU quoted.

    The Wolf

    #705768

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    My apologies. Apparently I was too stupid to realize which “Shaarei Teshuva” you meant.

    The Wolf

    #705769

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    Does that also apply to my wife’s Challah (i.e. that I’m forbidden to eat it on Motzei Shabbos since it’s not new), or does she have to make new challah for Melava Malka too? And if not, why not?

    The Wolf

    #705770

    yaff80
    Participant

    The wolf:

    I should have been clearer in my first post. The Shaarei Teshuvah I was refering to was in siman shin of the Mishna berura not siman shin in the shaarei teshuva.

    The one I quoted discusses the issue at hand.

    Please accept apologies from an am haaretz who assumed people would understand that I meant siman shin in mishna berura. I forgot there were talmidei chachamim like yourself who would turn to the original shaarei teshuva.

    I have dealt with it!!!!!!!!

    #705771

    yaff80
    Participant

    The wolf:

    I have now given you the link below

    http://hebrewbooks.org/pdfpager.aspx?req=14171&st=&pgnum=155

    good luck

    #705772

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    Please accept apologies from an am haaretz who assumed people would understand that I meant siman shin in mishna berura. I forgot there were talmidei chachamim like yourself who would turn to the original shaarei teshuva.

    Thank you, but the fault for that is mine. I should have realized which Shaarei Teshuva you meant and had I not been so uneducated, it probably would have occurred to me before I penned my “poison letter” post.

    The Wolf

    #705773

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    there were talmidei chachamim like yourself

    It’s not nice to lie. 🙂

    The Wolf

    #705774

    theprof1
    Participant

    I guess not everybody in here has a sense of humor. I actually read The Wolf’s first post as being said Tongue in cheek. I was not at all insulted by his statement deal with it. We hardly ever eat leftovers on motzei shabbos. Leftovers are for Sunday nights. I have always thought that melave malka was supposed to be a hot food. After eschalte d’geula, when Hashem started taking us out of our gustatory golus and provided us with kosher pizza, that pizza is the preferred melave malka food. Some poor misled chasidim actually wash to a “normal” melave malka of challah, fish, hot soup (veggie or other) and other various foods. But don’t demean Wof for eating leftovers. If that means eating hot chicken soup, the end of the gefilta fish roll, warmed over chulent, and leftover roast beef – well that’s OK according to any poskim. Although Rav Amnon gaon of 13th avenue would argue.

    #705775

    Poster
    Member

    We eat leftovers Sunday night l’chatchila. I make sure to cook enough for supper Sunday night.

    #705776

    telegrok
    Member

    This horrifies me to no end, but my husband often takes the leftover gefilte fish, some herring, and horseradish, and blends it in the food processor to make a “shmear” that he then spreads across either challah or matzoh with some mayo. Very often, he’ll have a very strong cup of black coffee with it, and if we are not going out that evening, he’ll pour some whiskey into the coffee, as well.

    My children are ashamed to have their friends visit on motzei Shabbos. Mu husband’s cheshbon is that the flavors taste well together, but that on Shabbos he cannot mash or blend them sufficiently.

    Ugh.

    #705777

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    This horrifies me to no end, but my husband often takes the leftover gefilte fish, some herring, and horseradish, and blends it in the food processor to make a “shmear” that he then spreads across either challah or matzoh with some mayo. Very often, he’ll have a very strong cup of black coffee with it, and if we are not going out that evening, he’ll pour some whiskey into the coffee, as well.

    Why does that horrify you?

    Granted, it’s not something most people would want to eat (myself included), but I don’t find that it “horrifies me to no end.”

    Or did you misspell the word “disgusts?” 🙂

    The Wolf

    #705778

    squeak
    Participant

    The whiskey explains it. Although I’d have to have about half a bottle before I’d take the first bite of that concoction 🙂

    #705779

    telegrok
    Member

    Wolf: It horrifies me. It terrifies me. One day, we will have potential machatanim as Shabbos guests; such is the social climate in which we exist, that before an engagement is announced, the machatanim spend Shabbos together. And my potential machateinister will spy my husband blending his concoction and stop the shidduch immediately.

    #705780

    theprof1
    Participant

    OMG Telegrok that’s not a joke. And Squeak, half a bottle couldn’t get me to taste that. Yes it may disgust the rest of us but you’re right, horrifies you is correct.

    #705781

    squeak
    Participant

    I predict that the blender will *mysteriously break* the week telegrok is hosting machatanim.

    #705782

    Sacrilege
    Member

    I gotta say thats pretty gross…

    #705783

    Poster
    Member

    Men..Men..go figure them out….

    #705784

    SJSinNYC
    Member

    I rarely eat on motzei shabbos. I’m usually full from Shabbos.

    #705785

    WIY
    Member

    Telegrok

    That is nasty. Wow. I’m impressed with the lengths that some people go to to get their “fix.”

    #705786

    blinky
    Participant

    sjs- me too! Though i try to eat cuz its a mitzvah- ususally its fruit or something light.

    #705787

    arc
    Participant

    Shabbos lefovers is for sunday night in my house.

    #705788

    theprof1
    Participant

    Amazing how many apikorsim there are among seemingly nice frum families. Bizman hazeh, for decades, the accepted minhag yisroel has been pizza. Ask Mendelsohn or Amnon. And minhag yisroel is din. And anybody who abrogates and denies a minhag yisroel is an apikores. Would you not do hoshanos? That’s a minhag, albeit thousands of years old. Oy and we wonder why moshiach doesn’t come. It’s from all the allegedly frum families who eat leftovers, and concoctions, and anything but pizza. By the way, a new minhag is creeping in too. Going to Sprinkles or Sweet Shack for ice cream. Preferred Razzles, although a soft cone may be acceoptable. Ask your local orthodox rabbi.

    #705789

    tzippi
    Member

    I would think there’s a difference between eating leftovers, and making enough of food that you only have on Shabbos to be able to serve for melave malka as well.

    And Telegrok, why not be an eishes chayil and surprise your husband this week – and have it ready for Shabbos 😉 (Yeah, easy for me to say 😉

    #705790

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    Amazing how many apikorsim there are among seemingly nice frum families. Bizman hazeh, for decades, the accepted minhag yisroel has been pizza

    Just another further sign how low I have sunk spiritually. 🙁

    The Wolf (who, despite the minhag, is going to continue in his unrepentant wickedness and not eat pizza on Motzei Shabbos)

    #705791

    mamashtakah
    Member

    Every week, I hear the cry from my wife after havdala: “Don’t eat the leftovers, they’re for tomorrow night!” I myself usually make myself some tuna fish or a deli sandwich, depending on what’s available.

    #705792

    phillybubby
    Participant

    Toast rubbed with garlic and herring with hot cooked potatoes. Yummy..!

    #705793

    crdle
    Member

    Philly Bubby- that sounds nauseating no offense.

    telegrok- Gefila fish and herring are both yummy, so maybe his combo is good, I wouldn’t make it myself, but i would taste it, where do u live ill come over this MT.

    #705794

    Sacrilege
    Member

    crdle

    If you like herring phillybubby’s dish sounds quite tasty actually.

    Unfortunately, I am severely allergic to fish, although I doubt I’d eat herring, the smell is quite obtrusive.

    #705795

    WIY
    Member

    Sacrilege

    Herring doesn’t have a bad smell at least not fresh herring. Maybe only to anti-fishites.

    #705796

    mosherose
    Member

    “Yes, I know that there are some posters who have a problem with eating Shabbos food during the week. Deal with it.”

    No youll have to deal with it lachar meah vesrim.

    #705797

    Sacrilege
    Member

    WIY

    Actually, I can smell it like a block away.

    #705798

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    No youll have to deal with it lachar meah vesrim.

    Yeah. Okay. Whatever.

    The Wolf

    #705799

    WIY
    Member

    Sacrilege

    With a sense of smell that powerful you lead me to believe you may be a Kryptonian 😉

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