Friday, October 19, 2007

Quick kids' menu idea for parshat Lech Lecha

I was just in the kosher supermarket and couldn't resist getting a package of these chicken nuggets in the shape of stars, in honor of this week's Torah portion, Lech Lecha, where Avram is promised that his descendants will be as uncountable as sand and stars.

The texture of the nuggets looks sandy, so we'll have sandy stars on the Lech Lecha menu.

We're expecting a house full of kids for lunch tomorrow. I wouldn't subject a grown-up group of guests to themed chicken nuggets on the shabbat table!)

And here's the Parshat Hashavua cake I made for parshat Lech Lecha (described in this previous post):

Parshat hashavua cake for lech lecha

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Phyllis Sommer said...

this is very cute! love your creative ideas for sharing the parsha with your family and guests. i linked to you today!

Miriam said...

Hey Juggling frog! Shavua tov.

Jane said...

How fun! Great tie in! Thanks for including me in your blogroll! I will be back here to see what all is going on!

Batya said...

You're so creative; I feel like I deprived my kids.

Juggling Frogs said...

Rabbi Ima/Phyllis,

Thank you! I loved your parsha haiku post idea, too!


Hey there, shavua tov! My but you have been busy running TWO blogs now.

I have been enjoying them both. They're so different from one another, but clearly both in your voice. It will be interesting to see how the new one develops.


Welcome, and thanks! I hope you find something you like.


Nonsense! You are raising them in Eretz Yisroel. That trumps everything. (But thank you for the compliment, nonetheless.)

Jewish Side of Babysitter said...

Those are such creative ideas, I love it!

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