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Golden Gazpacho

 

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Orange-Chipotle Skirt Steaks

 

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Toasted Corn & Bulgur Salad

 

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Shabbat Menu – Baked Trout with Fennel Salad

 

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Jewish lawyers of the world unite in celebrating this week’s parsha, where Moses instructs the people of Israel to appoint judges and law enforcement administrators in every city. “Justice, justice shall you pursue,” Moses explains, without corruption or favoritism to the rich or powerful.  In my mind, I think of the scales of justice in perfect balance.  On my plate, I think of the scales of a delicious baked trout – dressed up for Shabbat with a light fennel salad.

Potato Napoleon with Vegetables

Potato Napoleon


 

Potato Napoleon

 

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Couscous Salad with Baked Tomatoes and Asparagus

 

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Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches

 

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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

 

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Jewish Venetian Spinach

 

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Non Dairy Creme Brulee

 

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Shabbat Menu – Stuffed Veal Roast

 

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In this week’s parsha (Ekev), Moses is reflecting on forty years of wandering in the desert, and reminds the Children of Israel how Hashem sustained them with daily manna from heaven.  The lesson Moses teaches is “that man does not live on bread alone, but by the utterance of Hashem’s mouth.”  We agree, but we still love our bread.  This week we are bringing the bread.  We celebrate with a challah recipe your guests will be hollering for (Jamie’s special), a spectacular stuffing and a bountiful bread pudding.


 

About jamie geller

 

Jamie Geller is a bestselling author of the wildly successful QUICK & KOSHER cookbook...