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Farfel with Mushrooms

 

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Lemon Meringue Pie

 

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Shabbat Menu – Honey Recipes

 

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This week Moses completes the transfer of leadership to Joshua and reminds the Children of Israel of the centrality of Torah in their lives at this time and for all time.  As the Jewish people are about to enter the Land of Milk and Honey and considering this week’s parsha “falls” during our fall holiday season from Rosh Hashanah through Simchat Torah, I hope it’s understandable that I’ve got honey on my mind and in my recipes for this week’s Shabbat menu.  Wishing our amazing Joy of Kosher community a Shana Tovah U’Metucha (Happy and Sweet New Year)!

Tuna Tartare with Honey Sesame Wonton Crisps

Tuna Tartare with Honey Sesame Wonton Crisps


 

Tuna Tartare with Honey Sesame Wonton Crisps

 

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Honey Glazed Roasted Turkey with Butternut-Shitake...

 

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Citrus Salad with Honey Walnut Ginger Syrup

 

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Shabbat Menu – Crispy Artichoke Hearts

 

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In this week’s parsha Nitzavim, we learn that the mitzvot “is not beyond you, nor is it remote from you. It is not in heaven . . . It is not across the sea . . . Rather, it is very close to you, in your mouth, in your heart, that you may do it.”  We’re bringing the heart this week with a spectacular appetizer from Jamie Geller, Crispy Kosher Artichoke Hearts, that are easy on the eyes and oh so easy to make.

 


 

Oven Roasted Tomato, Basil and Roasted Pepper...

 

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Lemon Rosemary Roast Chicken With Potatoes

 

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Frangipane Tart with Amaretto Honey Poached Pears

 

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Shabbat Menu – Pomegranate Braised Brisket

 

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In parsha Ki Tavo, Moses tells the Children of Israel to bring the first-ripened fruits (bikkurim) to the Temple after they settle the land of Israel and declare their gratitude to Hashem.  As we plan this week’s Shabbat menu and look ahead to the High Holiday meals, we have a beautiful brisket recipe that highlights the pomegranate, one of the seven species of Israel traditionally associated with the bikkurim offering.

Beet Carpaccio

Beet Carpaccio


 

Beet Carpaccio

 

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Fig and Almond Bread Stuffing

 

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Baked Apple Strudel Eggroll

 

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Shabbat Menu – Mango Banana Phyllo Nests

 

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One of the most beautiful passages in this week’s parsha, concerns the bird and her young. We are told: If you should encounter a bird’s nest and the mother is sitting with her baby birds or upon the eggs, you shall not take the mother upon the young, but should send the mother away before taking any eggs. This week we’re going to give the birds a break, but I can’t resist the opportunity to include a simply sensational dessert recipe for a Mango Banana Phyllo Nest that will leave your guests squawking for more.

Golden Gazpacho

Golden Gazpacho