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Thursday, January 20, 2011


Preparation Day Link-Up ~ Favorite Crockpot Recipes

Welcome to Shabbat Preparation Day Link Up!

This is a place for all to share their Shabbat menus, tips, preparation plans, lessons, and reflections to encourage one another in many details of preparations involved with keeping the Shabbat set apart. This will be a wonderful opportunity to bless and encourage one another as Keepers of our Homes mamas and papas and children. who prepare for Shabbat every week. We encourage you to post whatever you may have even if it doesn't fall in this week's theme.  We are hoping there will be enough time to possibly try suggested information in the link-up for the upcoming Shabbat. We'd love to hear your encouraging words as not all mamas are able to always be at home. This linky will be open until Friday at 5pm CST.

  • This Week's Theme is: Favorite Crockpot Recipes .  If you have anything that you would like to share, we'd love for you to link up.  Older posts are always welcome!
  • Next week's theme is "Favorite Shabbat Breakfasts."
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Remember Shabbat Shalom Link-Up will take place Fridays where you can post, devotionals, worship music, encouragement inspirational post, anything related to helping us keep a worshipful and restful Shabbat.

If you don't have a blog, we encourage you to leave your comments below.  May you all be blessed during your Shabbat Preparation time.

Therefore encourage one another, and build up one another, as indeed you do. 
1 Thessalonians  5:11  

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  1. End of the Garden Soup

    3 Cups Shredded Cabbage
    1 Pound Frozen Fordhook Lima Beans (3 to 4 cups)
    4 Cups Diced Red Potatoes (4 to 5 potatoes)
    2 Cups Diced Tomatoes, fresh or canned
    3 Cups Frozen Corn (3 to 4 cups)
    2 Small Onions (or 1 medium), coarsely chopped
    1/2 Cup Butter (1 stick)

    Put all in the pan with salt and pepper to taste and cook until done. Add water or tomato juice if you need a little more liquid to start. I just cook it on the stovetop, but it can be cooked in the slow cooker also.

    Add heavy whipping cream to desired consistency.

    Note: My husband suggested adding some chicken to the pot also.

    This will make about 16 servings. Well, if you can control yourself; it's really good!

    Hope you enjoy!

  2. Thanks so much for your recipe Naomi!
    Shabbat Shalom!


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