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Shabbat Menu – Autumn Lamb Stew

 

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In one of the most dramatic cooking adventures in the Torah, Isaac asks his son Esau to go to the field, hunt game and prepare a meal prior to receiving his firstborn blessing.   Rebecca intercedes and orchestrates a clever ruse, asking Jacob to bring a lamb from their flock so she can prepare the meal for Isaac.  Jacob would wear the clothes of Isaac and receive the blessing in place of his brother.  If you are trying to imagine a stew so delicious that Isaac would willingly bestow his blessing on Jacob before Esau’s arrival, this Autumn Lamb Stew would be it!

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Grated Zucchini & Potato Pancake with Smoked Salmon & Apricot Horseradish Sauce


 

Grated Zucchini & Potato Pancake with Smoked...

 

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Couscous With Carrots, Walnuts, and Raisins

 

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Mocha Tortoni Mousse

 

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Shabbat Menu – Buffalo Sliders with Crispy...

 

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When Eliezer is sent by Abraham to seek out a wife for Isaac, Eliezer comes upon a well of water tended by the beautiful Rebecca. Rebecca shows the graciousness and hospitality befitting a matriarch of the Jewish people and is rewarded with gold and silver jewelry and clothing and the promise of marriage.  If you like our Shabbat menu, then you shoulda put a ring on it… like we do with our Buffalo Sliders with Crispy Onion Rings.

Buffalo Sliders with Crispy Onion Rings

Buffalo Sliders with Crispy Onion Rings


 

Chicken Kebab

 

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Saffron Rice

 

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Deconstructed Apple Pie

 

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Shabbat Menu – Chicken in a Salt Crust

 

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It is little wonder that there are so many Jewish lawyers.  Abraham’s negotiations with God over the fate of Sodom and Gomorroh and his demand for righteousness and justice have been echoed for centuries by Jewish leaders of courage and conviction. In the end, Sodom and Gomorroh are beyond redemption and the cities are destroyed.  Lot and his family are given the chance to flee and start a new life, but Lot’s wife looks back and is turned into a pillar of salt.  This week we remember this dramatic story with a Shabbat menu that will “turn around” your ordinary Shabbat dinner into something salt-sational!

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Zucchini Pasta


 

Zucchini Pasta with Mushrooms and Oven Dried...

 

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Salt and Pepper Kugel with Roasted Garlic

 

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Chocolate Salted Caramel Bars

 

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Shabbat Menu – Individual Apple Stuffed...

 

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This week’s parsha is a story of faith and of secrets.  Hashem does not reveal the location of the Promised Land until after Abraham embarks on his journey.  The beauty of Sarah is revealed to Abraham and he decides to hide the true identity of his wife from the Pharaoh.  Abraham launches a clandestine operation to rescue his brother from the evil kings.  An angel reveals the blessing of a son to a barren and distraught Sarah.  Hashem is described as the “God of Seeing” because for Abraham and Sarah, at their age, it is almost impossible to imagine progeny numbering like the stars in the sky.  This week seeing is believing as we reveal one of our most delicious “secret” recipes, Jamie Geller’s Individual Apple-Stuffed Challah.

 


 

Barley with Caramelized Vegetables

 

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Bronzed Beef in a Bag

 

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