This mishloach manos is so, so pretty and healthy too!
I always thought that pickling vegetables required a long and drawn out process. That is, until I actually tried it for myself. In all actuality, pickling vegetables is extremely easy, quick, and a great way of bringing new taste to your veggies!
We love the fact that pickled veggies can be prepared way in advance.
Your savory-loving friends and neighbors will thank you! I made the pickled turnips and cauliflower and bought the olives.
My brother Boruch and my sister-in-law Reva are always spot on with their mishloach manos — neat, easy, smart, and practical. (This is only one of their claims to FAME!) Last year they gave these mini charcuterie boards, which I copied here to the T!
“Reel in” some Purim fun! Don’t worry, this isn’t as fishy as it looks! Fill a fish-design pencil case with some fish-themed items. I used herring, but you can “scale” back and use a tuna pouch instead. Your friends will be hooked. After all, mazal Adar dagim!
I love the versatility of using a pail for packaging. I used pails here to create three entirely different themes. The ideas are endless! You can design a wrapper yourself, use a professional graphic artist, or simply line the pail with pretty scrapbooking paper.