As much hype as Pesach gets, let’s face it: Sukkos can also be pretty daunting to the balabustsa. Especially this year, when we’re dealing with three sets of three-day Yamim Tovim. Coming right on the heels of all your Rosh Hashanah cooking, Sukkos requires hours and hours of standing in the kitchen, churning out recipe after recipe…unless, of course, you plan to use Julie Hauser’s cook-while-you-sleep method!
For all those unfamiliar with this method, you’re best off buying her Pesach While You Sleep cookbook. Although it’s got Pesach in its title, Julie’s no-sweat method of slow-cooker cooking, as well as her delicious main dishes recipes, can all be used—and heartily enjoyed—for Sukkos cooking, or whenever you want! All you need are a couple slow-cookers, some counter space, a few basic ingredients, and just fifteen minutes a night, and you’re assured many a tantalizing roast, glazed chicken, sweet and sour meatballs, and lots more, when you wake up in the morning!
Sounds too good to be true? Give this cookbook a try, and you’ll see for yourself how easy and fun—and of course delicious—it can be to make Yom Tov while you sleep!
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