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  1. I’m exhausted already, between my shuk shopping yesterday morning and my 1200 shekel supermarket shopping last night. Can’t wait for Yom Tov itself.

  2. I’m exhausted already, between my shuk shopping yesterday morning and my 1200 shekel supermarket shopping last night. Can’t wait for Yom Tov itself.

  3. I’m exhausted already, between my shuk shopping yesterday morning and my 1200 shekel supermarket shopping last night. Can’t wait for Yom Tov itself.

  4. mother in israel says:

    Baila, shopping erev yom tov is no fun. But it’s more fun if you blog about it, and put up a great post like you did.
    Paula, we like sweet potatoes around here; thanks for the idea. Shana tova to you and yours as well.

  5. mother in israel says:

    Baila, shopping erev yom tov is no fun. But it’s more fun if you blog about it, and put up a great post like you did.
    Paula, we like sweet potatoes around here; thanks for the idea. Shana tova to you and yours as well.

  6. mother in israel says:

    Baila, shopping erev yom tov is no fun. But it’s more fun if you blog about it, and put up a great post like you did.
    Paula, we like sweet potatoes around here; thanks for the idea. Shana tova to you and yours as well.

  7. My favorite – easy – sweet recipe – just cut up sweet potatoes into nice small triangle pieces and roast them with a bit of olive oil and some garlic (can add onion too). Small bite-size pieces. They are great to munch on, great as a hot side dish and great thrown into salad.
    I make a nice amount on Shabbat and it lasts for a few days…and being sweet, it falls right into the “theme” of the chag.
    Shana tova to you and yours. I enjoy your blog.
    Paula

  8. My favorite – easy – sweet recipe – just cut up sweet potatoes into nice small triangle pieces and roast them with a bit of olive oil and some garlic (can add onion too). Small bite-size pieces. They are great to munch on, great as a hot side dish and great thrown into salad.
    I make a nice amount on Shabbat and it lasts for a few days…and being sweet, it falls right into the “theme” of the chag.
    Shana tova to you and yours. I enjoy your blog.
    Paula

  9. My favorite – easy – sweet recipe – just cut up sweet potatoes into nice small triangle pieces and roast them with a bit of olive oil and some garlic (can add onion too). Small bite-size pieces. They are great to munch on, great as a hot side dish and great thrown into salad.
    I make a nice amount on Shabbat and it lasts for a few days…and being sweet, it falls right into the “theme” of the chag.
    Shana tova to you and yours. I enjoy your blog.
    Paula

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