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Sukkot is when we go glamping in our own backyards.  We build flimsy huts, we decorate them so they feel festive and we eat incredible meals right outside our own homes.  

It is a fun, festive holiday, filled with entertaining and enjoyment.  Here are dinner menus to help plan your holiday and don't miss these lunch menus

Sukkot Night Menu 1

Roasted Cauliflower Soup

Roasted Cauliflower Soup

It's often chilly at night so we like to start off with a warm soup, this roasted cauliflower soup is thick and smooth, but not too filling. 

Chicken with Spiced Mango Rice

Chicken with Spiced Mango Rice

It is a custom to eat stuffed foods on sukkot, so let's stuff our chicken.  I love wild rice mixed with fruits. 

Green Beans with Walnuts and Miso

Green Beans with Walnut Miso

Flavorful green beans are the perfect side. 

Pumpkin Maple Bundt Cake

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Nothing says Fall holiday like the flavors of both pumpkin and maple. 

Sukkot Night 2

Indian Inspired Salmon Cakes


Salmon cakes with an Indian twist, you will love the flavor and texture of these unique salmon patties. 

Stuffed Cabbage

Cause we have to stuff our foods, we have an oldie, but a goodie.  

Cabbage Leek Kasha Varnishkes

cabbage leek kasha

Since you'll end up with extra cabbage, you might as well add it to this modern version of an old Jewish favorite.  

Tunisian Carrots with Caraway and Cumin

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Brighten things up with these gorgeous roast carrots. 

Walnut, Ginger and Cranberry Stuffed Apples

Walnut, Ginger and Cranberry Stuffed Apples

Finish the meal with these stuffed apples and/or these stuffed babka muffins

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