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Crispy Squashed Potatoes

 

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Bundt Cake

 

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Shabbat Menu – Angel Food Strawberry...

 

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At the end of Parshat Naso, we see Moses walking into the Tent of Meeting and hearing the voice of Hashem speaking from the space between the two cherubim above the covering over the Ark. The angelic faces bear witness to the miracle of the divine communing with man.  In honor of the angels, we feature this  a heavenly dish that will leave your guests with much to talk about, too.  Along with a meat filled menu for those craving extra meat after Shavuot.

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Roasted Vegetables and Pastrami Salad


 

Roasted Vegetables and Pastrami Salad

 

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Spicy Portabella Couscous

 

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Roasted Garlic Chicken with Baby Vegetables

 

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Shabbat Menu – Pulled Chicken Sliders

 

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Bamidbar is referred to as the Book of Numbers, but the definition is actually In The Desert.  The Jewish people are wandering on their way to the Holy Land.  The destination is certain, but the path remains unclear.  The Levites carry the equipment to construct and deconstruct the Mishkan and the 12 tribes following in tight formation.  It reminds me of a picnic and it is the perfect time of year for just that.   With this week’s Shabbat menu, we pick camping/picnic friendly foods that travel well and are perfect for wherever your lunchtime wanderings may take you.

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Sushi Roll


 

Vegetable and Fish Sushi Rolls

 

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Potato Salad with Arugula and Tomato

 

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Pink Lemonade Bars

 

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Shabbat Menu – Shredded Lamb with Tomato and...

 

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This week’s double portion of Behar and Bechukotai include the many laws and promises of rewards for keeping the commandments.  Hashem commands the Jewish people to cease all agricultural activity during the seventh year and allow the produce to be freely available to man and animal and in reward we will have more bountiful harvests.  Imagine the level of preparation that must have preceded this year of schmittah.  The Jewish people had to prepare enough to ensure they would not starve in the months ahead.  I only wish they knew how to can, the modern solution for preservation. When short on time or ripe produce, I turn to canned products to help enliven sauces, stews and soups and this week I share a Shredded Lamb with Tomato and Rice using canned tomatoes that is easily prepared in a slow cooker and kept warm until ready to eat.

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Pink Rimmed Gefilte Fish


 

Pink Rimmed Gefilte Fish

 

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Spiced Broccoli Rabe

 

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Orange Granita with Balsamic and Mint Strawberries

 

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Shabbat Menu – Seven Layer Cake

 

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We are literally counting the days from Pesach to Shavuot time (7 times 7 is 49) and this week’s Torah portion details the bringing of the Omer offering from the first barley harvest on the second day of Passover and the start of our counting three pilgrimage holidays explains the counting culminating in the festival of Shavuot. So this week we feature a traditional Jewish 7 layer cake along with a seasonal menu.

Tilapia with Cucumber Radish Relish

Tilapia with Cucumber Radish Relish