Shabbat Menu - Cherries Jubilee Brownies

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In this week’s parsha we learn about the laws of the Sabbatical year whereby on the seventh year, the land is granted a year of rest.  The Children of Israel are promised that with faith and fidelity, the sixth year will produce enough produce to sustain them through the seventh.  After seven cycles, there is a great celebration to commemorate the Jubilee Year.  It includes a release of debts, freedom for slaves and servants and a time to rest from the toil of harvest and planting.  Although traditionally served tableside with flames rising from a frying pan, this easy Cherries Jubilee Brownie recipe can be prepared in a Shabbat-friendly way as a rich and delicious parsha-inspired ending to your Shabbat meal.

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cherry jubilee brownie

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