Here’s what I was supposed to do yesterday. I was supposed to photograph this amazing appetizer recipe and post it for you folks. But then I got home from work at 7:30. You read that right. Work. On a Sunday. I don’t recommend it. I got cooking right away, and at 2 in the morning I was wise enough to realize that posting the recipe at that point would have been a really bad idea. So I went to sleep for like, four whole hours.
Anyhoo. Here’s a handy dandy list of stuff you should totally be making for Sukkot. They are a sampling of recipes from the archives, so feel free to dig around for even more! New recipes are a’comin, I promise. Wait, I don’t. I have so much left to do! But I really do hope they come, so stay tuned!
Homemade Potato Knishes (also great as a side)
Salads and Dips:
Creamy Basil Dip (works great as a salad dressing too!)
Creamy Orange Vegetable Soup (this is a must have at every Yomtov meal in my family. Add bones in a net bag while cooking for extra flavor, and remove before blending.)
Sides and Kugels:
Mocha Cheesecake (works great with non-dairy cream cheese)
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cheesecake (works great with non-dairy cream cheese)
Homemade Cherry Pie (works well with frozen cherries)
Cakes and Cupcakes:
Cream Cheese Swirled Chocolate Fudge Cake (works well with non-dairy cream cheese)
Mini Chocolate Pomegranate Bundt Cakes (can be made full sized as well)
Cookies and Bars:
Hope you all got some good ideas here! I know I did (funny how it takes posting this to remind me of my own recipes, huh?). Gemar Chasima tova to all of my Jewish friends and readers, and I will be back after Yom Kippur with some new recipes. (Or maybe before. Who knows?) Thanks for stopping by! -Miriam