Top of the evening everyone...
Prior to every holiday, Jennifer and I pull out the cookbooks to make menus. It takes hooouuuurrrrss. She constantly complains that I am of little help. I try to fake it to the best of my ability, but she is right.
This evening, she asked me to bring her a cookbook. I brought her "Olives and Honey." It is a kosher vegetarian cookbook, featuring foods from just about everywhere. The author is Gil Marks. He is both a rabbi and a chef.
We always have challenges. For Rosh HaShanah, my parents are coming up. They are peschatarian (fish-eating vegetarians). I do not do dairy so well. Keren is not a huge fan of fish.
Given those restrictions, what would you like to eat if you were coming to my house?
You just read that correctly. I am offering all of you a once-in-a-year chance to suggest what Jennifer and I should serve for the holidays. We have over 100 cookbooks. Do not be bashful.
I am NOT cooking for Yom Kippur.