Hello and happy weekend to all!
This coming Wednesday night, many people will celebrate Rosh Hashanah - the Jewish new year!
At Rosh Hashanah, it is traditional to enjoy apples dipped in honey for a sweet new year. That got me thinking about honey - many folks love honey, but others avoid it because it is, in fact, made by animals. How do you all feel about honey? Do you eat it? Just local, low environmental impact honey from small producers? Any and all honey you can find? Just a little? None at all? I'm curious - Feel free to let me know what you think!
This week's menu features lots of Rosh Hashanah inspired dishes, including plenty of apples for a sweet new year (but no honey this time.)
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L'Shana Tovah! (Happy New Year!)
Roasted beet soup. Yum! $7
Mock Chopped Liver! Okay, it sounds crazy, but this is actually a traditional (and super delicious) dish! Made with walnuts and mushrooms, and served with crunchy veggies to dip. $11
Three Sisters Platter. Local corn, Romano beans, and squashes. Served with achiote potatoes. $10
East Meets West Onigiri Bento. Debuting the amazing almond butter & jelly onigiri, and featuring some other lovely fruits and veggies too! $10
Sweet Potato Kugel! At once savory and sweet, and entirely delicious! Served with apple-walnut charoset. $10
Kasha Varnishkes - noodles, buckwheat, and veggies. Comforting and delicious! $10
Apple spice muffins! Yum! $9 half dozen, $16 dozen
Pomegranate Tapioca Pudding. Yummy, and pink too! $8
As always, everything is vegan, healthy, and made without peanuts,
soy, or gluten ingredients. I do use tree nuts, seeds, non-gluten
whole grains, and all sorts of fruits and veggies - local and/or
organic when possible. If you are allergic or sensitive to anything at
all, please just let me know!
Thank you so much!
Looking forward to seeing you all soon!
Your vegan personal chef!