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I heard of someone who dressed up the fam as old ppl and bought containers in the shape of a cane (i would assume she got them around xmas time) and placed some candy canes in it etc and wrote “CANE tiyeh lanu”. thought it was cute. (i like twinkies idea.)
HELP! It’s our anniversary, and being that I was busy with many simchas bh and purim coming up, it simply slipped my mind. Any good recipes for shlishkes? I’m thinking of doing deep-fried breaded cutlets, fresh veg salad and shlishkes with apple-strawberry compote for dessert (would’ve done something more festive, but that’s all I’ve got in the house and no grocery will deliver soon enough). Thanks in advance!
Perfect! Thanks tons! Whoever said you were Incorrigible; semi-retarded; eccentric; perhaps a man; somewhere between mean and average; sometimes only a bit over the top; arbitrarily engaged in cynicism?!
great, thanks. And what about refrigerating? is it necessary?
ugh I see now you have to refrigerate it overnight! Couldn’t I just roll it out today?
oomis: that sounds delicious but hubby is more of a traditional eater and doesn’t like exotic stuff.
chanieE: anything, actually. I’m looking for anything chanukahdik.
popa: mom’s got an extra toaster oven for me (she had it up in her attic and found it while cleaning), so it’s pizza day for us! I would just like to know, how many slices would you say yield from that recipe?
I might be old-fashioned, but no toaster oven either. So there’s your answer as well, peaceful.
That wouldn’t work. don’t have a milchig oven. And besides, that recipe’s awfully long.
hubby likes ’em.
In response to all of you who believe the men ought to improve their shemiras einayim:
IMO Mallos trumps them all, even the Hebrew and English ones. It was the first to address mental illness, especially Borderline Personality Disorder.
Last Purim there was a Willi family dressed up as “Shmoigers”, the all time favorite goofy characters of the kids section – everyone recognized them – it was hilarious!
I also enjoy the “Shtern”. It’s well written and informative, but it’s mainly secular in contents.
One can change his/her bad habits anytime in their life. A supportive spouse is a bonus, and if s/he isn’t supportive, one can still change.