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Description:I have more or less a set menu, although I sometimes vary the side dishes. There are two mainstays - sweet and sour tongue and sweet apples. For the simanim I usually put many of them in my chicken soup s.a. pumpkin, zucchini and carrots, because otherwise I might end up with leftover tzimmes or carrot salad.
My daughter makes leek patties.
~ Main Dish ~
Sweet And Sour Tongue
~ Side Dish ~
Sweet Apples
~ Kugels ~
Super Easy Low-fat, Low-cholesterol Broccoli/cauliflower Kugel
~ Cake Desserts ~
Marcia Goldman's Honey Cake
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COMMENTS - I don't know how to work with this format, but the menu includes Puff Pastry Surprise, Chickensoup and Yum Yum Yams. The chicken soup is the only recipe I didn't submit.

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