Thursday, September 21, 2006
When my daughter had a birthday party in August, her nine friends that came to our house for a jewellery-making party wore the most popular footwear. (okay, so one of them wasn't sent the fashion bulletin, and wore plain old sandals)
These CROCS dressed up our vestibule, and I took the shoes and put them in(more of) a heap for a photo op. Above is the result.
Thus far in my family of five, we have two authentic CROCS-wearing people, one imitation-CROCS-wearing person, and one soon-to-be imitation-CROCS-wearing person. And I'll give you a hint: it ain't me!
But I have this to say about CROCS-wearing people: "They've got a lot of SOLE."
And about the photo above, I say, "Aw...what a bunch of CROC(s)!"
Rosh Hashanah, along with Shabbat, starts Friday night and ends Sunday night. That means we need a Yom Tov dinner, lunch, dinner, lunch and dinner. That means food. That means a variety of food. That means putting on the thinking cap and planning menus.
My thinking cap is still somewhat askew, but I can throw out some dishes at you that I have already made, will make or am thinking of making.
Gefilte fish. (loaf)
Gefilte fish. (patties)
Moroccan fish balls
Chicken soup with matzoh balls
Carrot, sweet potato soup OR Potato-leek soup
Oven-baked rice/pilaf dish
Butternut squash something-or-other
I've got lots of work ahead, so I'd better say "Ciao for now" and you'd better say,