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Roasted Eggplant Salad

 

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Shabbat Menu – Chimichurri Beef Kabobs

 

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In Parsha Balak, we learn how Balak, a Moabite King, selects the prophet Balaam to curse the Jewish people and how Balaam experiences the mysterious ways of Hashem when he and his talking donkey witness an angel standing in the road, with a sword drawn. We are also drawing our swords this week (or at least our skewers). Our Shabbat Menu offers a taste of Latin America.  These Grilled Chimichurri Beef Kabobs are perfect on or off the grill.

 


 

Grilled Summer Corn Salad

 

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Crispy Squashed Potates

 

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Non Dairy Flan

 

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Shabbat Menu – Lava Rocks

 

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In Parsha Chukat, Miriam dies and the people bitterly complain of thirst.  Moses is told to speak to a rock and command it to give water.  Frustrated, tired and still in mourning over the loss of his sister, Moses angrily strikes the rock.  While water miraculously appears, the price is high.  Moses is told that he will not be able to enter the Promised Land.  We are going to rock your world with our Shabbat dessert this week.  We are baking delicious Chocolate Lava Rocks that no one could possibly get angry at!

 


 

Moroccan Fava Bean Soup

 

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Moroccan Style Beef Kabobs with Spiced Bulgur

 

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Fresh Herb and Snap Pea Salad

 

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Shabbat Menu – Chocolate Almond Panna Cotta

 

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After Korach and his followers challenge the leadership of Moses and meet a dramatic end, Hashem asks Moses to collect a staff from each of the tribal leaders. For the Tribe of Levi, the staff is inscribed with the name of Aaron.  The next day Aaron’s staff is blooming with almonds, signifying the continuity of Aaron’s spiritual leadership.  We’re blooming almonds this week at Joy of Kosher with a delicious summer Shabbat menu that is perfect hot or cold — we kick things off with a brightStrawberry Cucumber Salad with Almonds and Mint, Almond Crusted Chicken Fingers that the kids will love and a decadent Chocolate Almond Panna Cotta for dessert.

Strawberry-Cucumber Salad with Almonds and Mint


 

Strawberry Cucumber Salad with Almonds and Mint

 

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Almond Crusted Chicken Fingers

 

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Asparagus with Romesco

 

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Shabbat Menu – Lamb Kebabs on Cinnamon...

 

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This week we read about the Spies exploration of the land in Parsha Shelach.  They return with the bountiful fruits of the Holy Land – grapes, pomegranate and figs.  I will resist the temptation to share a menu featuring these items (since I did that last year) and tackle a more complex (from a menu planning perspective) episode in this week’s parsha, the issue of a man gathering sticks on Shabbat.  The punishment is severe and the lesson to be drawn is that any work must be completed before Shabbos begins.  So let me make it easy for you, with a menu featuring a delightful recipe that isn’t much “work” at all (20 minutes prep time) and will “stick” with you for a while, Lamb Kebabs on Cinnamon Sticks with Chutney.

Lamb Kebabs on Cinnamon Sticks with Date and Mango Chutney


 

Grilled Turkey Drumsticks

 

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