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Molasses Spice Bundt Cake

 

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Shabbat Menu – Concord Grape and Pear...

 

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When you think of the world’s great winemakers, Noah might not be the first name that comes to mind.  After the flood and the destruction of humanity, Noah and his family is spared and granted the opportunity to repopulate the earth and restore order to the world.  Noah decides to plant a vineyard and becomes the first and most famous winemaker in human history.  This week we share a grape-tasting Shabbat menu that celebrates the fruit of the vine.

corn fish chowder

Corn Fish Chowder


 

Corn Fish Chowder

 

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Chicken Cutlets with Grape Shallot Sauce

 

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Carrot and Raisin Basmati Rice

 

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Shabbat Menu – New World Potatoes

 

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In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.  It sounds so simple, to build a world so complex.  With these few words, we begin anew our cycle of readings from tracing the beginning of the world to our journey across the desert and finally to the Promised Land.  Rich with imagery from darkness to light, from barrenness to fertility, from emptiness to a world teeming with life, this is the story of our world.  With all of its (and our) imperfections, Hashem is still waiting for us to complete the process He began in Genesis so many years ago.  This week, we give our Shabbat menu a new beginning with New World Potatoes — the finest this side of paradise!

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Corn Fish Chowder


 

Salmon Chowder

 

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Asparagus with Grape Relish

 

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Pumpkin Pot De Creme

 

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Shabbat Menu – Apple and Parsnip Soup

 

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The Sukkot holiday has a strong connection to agriculture.  It is a harvest festival and the perfect time to celebrate the rich bounty of the land with a vegetarian feast for Shabbat, the 6th day of the 8 day holiday.  Maybe its just me, but don’t we all need a little break from the abundance of meat?

APPLE AND PARSNIP SOUP

Apple and Parsnip Soup


 

Acorn Squash Stuffed with Chard & White Beans

 

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Spicy Portabella Couscous

 

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Pomegranate Tarts

 

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Shabbat Menu – Baked Corn Flake Crumb...

 

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In this week’s parsha, we hear the words of a song delivered by Moses to the Children of Israel on the last day of his life.  We are reminded of what we want to leave behind to our own children after we are gone.  What would be in your song?  When I think about my grandfathers who are no longer with us, a flood of memories comes into my mind.  I think of the family meals we would share, gathered around a table together laughing, singing and smiling.  This week I invite you to Haazinu – “listen in” on my Shabbat menu sharing some family favorites passed down lovingly from one generation to the next.

bubby's chicken soup

Bubby's Chicken Soup


 

Bubby’s Chicken Soup

 

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