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Shabbat Menu – Water Challah

 

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From the rejuvenating waters of the mikvah, to the memory of Miriam’s triumphant dancing after the splitting of the Red Sea, water plays an important role in the collective memory of the Jewish woman. In this week’s Parsha, the Torah describes the purifying power of water to transform vessels that have become unclean. It is, in a very profound way, a new beginning. After two straight weekends of matzoh we look forward to a Shabbat with my most favorite treat, Challah bread. We maintain the mystique of that curious combination of two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen with a wonderful Water Challah recipe that will be a splashing success at your dinner table.

Sara Maybergs Water Challah


 

Fried Risotto Balls with Marinara Sauce

 

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Farro with Pistachio and Herbs

 

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Watermelon Granita Filled Lime Cups

 

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Shabbat Menu – Passover – Gefilte Fish...

 

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This week Yom Tov leads into Shabbat coinciding with the last day of Pesach.  For this last Pesach dinner until next year let’s stick with tradition.  Be sure to watch the video where Jamie shows you how to make these easy Gefilte Fish Cakes.

Gefilte Fish Cakes with Horseradish Sauce


 

Roasted Garlic Chicken and Baby Vegetables

 

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Potato Kugel Cups

 

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Coconut Macaroons

 

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Shabbat Menu – Passover with Beet Salad

 

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This week Shabbat is also the first day of Pesach and we will all be enjoying our first seder.  Some of us might be eating an Asian meal and some of us may be choosing from one of other more traditional menus or making their own menus using one of these Sensational Seder Side Dishes.    So for this week’s Shabbat menu I thought I would give you a light lunch to enjoy before the festivities begin again for a second night.

Smoked Salmon Dill Round with Lemon Mayo


 

Smoked Salmon Dill Round with Lemon Mayo

 

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Guacamole Chicken Salad

 

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Raspberry, Avocado, Mango Salad

 

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Shabbat Menu – Honolulu Barbecue Chicken

 

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This week’s parsha begins with a description of the laws and responsibilities of the kohanim, the holy priests.  The kohanim keep the fire on the altar burning at all times and are able to eat the meat of the sin and guilt offerings, and the leftovers of the meal offering.  As I look across my pre-Pesach kitchen, nearly empty fridge and bare cupboards, fire roasted meat prepared anywhere but my kitchen sounds pretty good right now.  This last Shabbat before Pesach, Shabbat HaGadol, is the perfect time for a barbeque. We’re going to cookout this Shabbat, so c’mon baby light the fire!

 


 

Easy Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

 

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Tangy Grilled Asparagus

 

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