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Shabbat Menu – Italian Meat Antipasto


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In this week’s Parsha, the Torah expands on the farewell speech Moses is delivering to the Jewish people, saying: “When the Lord, your God, expands your boundary, as He has spoken to you, and you say, ‘I will eat meat,’ because your soul desires to eat meat, you may eat meat, according to every desire of your soul.”  Can you think of a more appropriate or appetite whetting introduction to a Shabbat menu? This week at Joy of Kosher we bring out the best of the beef.  B’tayavon!

Meat Kosher Antipasto Platter

Meat Antipasto Platter


Shabbat London Broil

Shabbat London Broil


Roasted Rosemary Red-Skinned Idaho® Potatoes

Roasted Rosemary Red-Skinned Idaho® Potatoes

Venetian Spinach

Jewish Venetian Spinach


Non Dairy Creme Brulee

Non Dairy Creme Brulee

Click here for last year’s  Shabbat menu for parsha Re’eh.

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About Tamar Genger MA, RD


Tamar lives in New York and is the mother of three amazing children, a Registered Dietitian, professor of Nutrition, and as you can probably guess, a foodie! Tamar loves to travel with her family and visits kosher restaurants wherever she goes. Although she loves the sights, she spends more time talking about the restaurants and food she ate! As a mom and a nutritionist, Tamar tries to balance her passion for healthy cooking with her insatiable desire for chocolate!




5 Responses to Shabbat Menu – Italian Meat Antipasto

  1. This menu is really festive. I love the London Broil. It looks so crispy and complicated but the recipe is actually very simple. Also, I’ve never made non dairy creme brulee, so that will be part of my plan maybe for the holidays!

  2. This is such a great menu. I’ve never done an antipasti, so colorful and nicely presented

  3. avatar says: JoanKL

    what are the meats on the antipasto platter.. and where can you find those items (kosher)?

    • The ones here are a salami I found at Rockland Kosher in Monsey, they have tons of different flavors and come already sliced like these or not. I am sure many other kosher butchers offer various types of cured meats and they are maybe $8 for a package, so not cheap, but not too bad. IF you have the money, you can find amazing kosher Charcuterie at Prime Butcher Baker in NYC – and they ship – http://www.primebutcherbaker.com/charcuterie/. If anyone gets some of that I hope they invite me over.

  4. Tamar, this looks lovely! All the colors and textures blow me away! A stunning meal all the way around!

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