What are you eating in the 9 days?

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  • #598393

    Ofcourse
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    The old Nine Days menu thread is closed.

    #793777

    kylbdnr
    Member

    pizza, macaroni…Idk what’ll be the rest of the days but I was able to eat fleishigs yesterday cuz I’m sefardi.

    #793778

    We had eggplant parmesean for supper with baked ziti. Yum!!

    #793779

    Boruch Hashem that you only have such problems. Right now i am eating myself up as i just returned to the mountains and when read the news, noticed i missed a levaya which i could have attended….my friend buried her second daughter in 2.5 years. Both were young and left young children. So enjoy whatever you are eating and only eat food not yourself…ever!

    #793780

    Feif Un
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    Last night we had polenta stuffed with cheese, with marinara sauce on top.

    Today we had pizza.

    For the rest of the week (only 2 more nights), we’re having pasta one night, and eggs another night.

    On Sunday we will probably have pasta again.

    #793781

    Ofcourse
    Member

    Feta Salad and Baked potatoes for us, today.

    #793782

    critique- BDE, we should only hear good news

    #793783

    mustangrider
    Member

    im actually eating a bowl of cereal right now! lol!

    #793784

    Food, as I usually do.

    #793785

    FunnyBunny
    Member

    Tonight- French Onion Soup, Greek Salad and Stuffed Manicotti. Tomorrow, pesto salmon and tomato basil pasta. Delicious! Maybe I’ll post the recipes later on!

    #793786

    chofetzchaim
    Member

    It’s about now, Day 3 of the nine days, when people start to feel the need for a little Fleish. Don’t despair. Fish of the C’s in Teaneck, NJ has a Tuna Burger that you’ll swear is ground beef. Made from Fresh Ahi Tuna. They also have deep fried cheesecake and deep fried milky ways for those of us who eat cholov stam

    #793787

    Health
    Participant

    “Right now i am eating myself up”

    Well this is definitely Ossur -You can’t eat meat in the 9 days!

    #793788

    haifagirl
    Participant

    There’s a 9 days thread that isn’t closed that has several suggestions (from me).

    #793789

    on the ball
    Participant

    Finish a mesechta, invite some friends, make a siyum and have a meat barbecue. Not only muttar – but encouraged (certainly if you are chasidic inclined). Horiyos is only 12 and a bit daf.

    #793790

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    on the ball,

    it’s actually isn’t encouraged the heter for a siyum is only if you started before the 9 days and just happen to be making a siyum or for some other reason like a yahrtzeit and even then it’s frowned upon (unless youre in a camp)

    #793791

    i clicked on chophetzchaims name and i somehow ended up on yeshivaworld google

    #793792

    mommamia22
    Participant

    I made oatmeal pancakes for my kids last night, yum! So healthy…. Oatmeal, eggs, milk, sugar, and you can add a little peanut butter and or banana if you prefer. Serve with agave syrup. My kids gobbled it up!

    #793793

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    moski,

    that is strange so did I (and he’s the only name you can click on)

    #793794

    ZosHaTorah
    Participant

    I’ve been a vegetarian for 2 decades. I davka eat meat during the nine days. (just kidding, of course). Although the irony is this: I really am a vegetarian. So I like the fact that all the fleishig restaurnats have “alternatives” during this time each year.

    #793795

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    i clicked on chophetzchaims name and i somehow ended up on yeshivaworld google

    Yes, chofetzchaim did that as a service so that it would be easy to link to the search function.

    #793796

    adorable
    Participant

    interesting. just tried it too

    im eating any food that comes my way! runnign for slurpee now….

    #793797

    bpt
    Participant

    Rice cakes and duck sauce (don’t worry, its pareve.. not real duck)

    #793798

    bpt
    Participant

    Ms. Critique (and BP Girl for your reply to her post)

    I read about your friend’s loss, and plan (bli neder) to write a proper reply to your post.

    Boruch Dayan Emes, but there is much more that needs to be said about this. This is a loss to Klal Yisroel, in more ways than one.

    #793799

    on the ball
    Participant

    coffee addict: By the Chasidim it’s an inyan davka to make a siyum in the 9 days with meat.

    #793800

    Rochelle
    Member

    You could make a pareve Chulent.

    #793801

    oomis
    Participant

    my friend buried her second daughter in 2.5 years. Both were young and left young children”

    Ms Critique – B”DE. I am so sad for your friend and her family. Incomprehensible for her to have to feel such pain.

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