Let’s do something a little crazy. Let’s have breakfast for Shabbat dinner. I mean, why not? Everything has been a bit topsy-turvy lately, so we might as well have fun with it. First, we’ll set the table. Then, we’ll break out the brunch.
You can probably tell I took these photos a while ago because there’s fresh flowers on the table. Who has those anymore, unless they’re delivered? On the napkins are my pom pom hair ties from my company,rin+RUCKUS. Since I have a bunch of these hanging out in my office, I decided to try something new with them. What do you think of them styled as napkin rings? I quite like it. Fresh flowers aside, I am trying to take more time in setting the table for Shabbat than I did pre-Corona. One, I have more time. Two, it helps Fridays feel less like “Day” (if you know, you know).
Next, we’re breaking out the Honey Ginger Mimosas and Cinnamon Roll Challahs. Don’t they look like brunchy perfection? The best part is that even though the mimosas will most definitely be gone, there will be leftover challah. Which means breakfast for Saturday. Yahoo! The actual meal isn’t pictured here, but I also made an egg casserole. Since we’re a family of 3, the leftovers also fed us the next morning. No complaints here!
Are you keeping Shabbat dinner traditional, or are you getting a little stir crazy, I mean, creative with your Friday night meals, too? I would love to hear all about it in the comments below.