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Pareve Snickers Cheesecake

 

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Shabbat Menu – Mod Matzo Ball Soup sponsored...

 

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In Parsha Yitro, Moshe’s father-in-law comes to visit.  And like all in-laws, has some advice for the leader of the Jewish people.  Of course, Yitro is right.  Moses is spending all day standing on his feet judging disputes between neighbors, deciding matters of Jewish law and acting as an intermediary between the Children of Israel and G-d.  This could, as you might imagine, get a little tiring.  Yitro recommends the establishment of a formal legal and judiciary system, providing a lifetime of nachas to future generations of Jewish lawyers (and their parents).   For our Shabbat menu this week, we celebrate the delicate task of judging by picking a few winners of our own for our Shabbat menu, starting with last year’s winning recipe from the Man-o-Manischewitz Cookoff, “Mod” Matzo Ball Soup.  For a chance to be this year’s winning recipe, enter the Man-o-Manischewtiz contest here.


 

Kishka Stuffed Chicken

 

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Layered Mushroom Kugel

 

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Red Grape Cake with Olive Oil

 

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Shabbat Menu – “Split” Pea Soup

 

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The newly emancipated Hebrew slaves flee Egypt while Pharaoh and his army follow close behind.  Arriving at the Red Sea, the Israelites face a choice.  Turn back? Go forward?  Moses raises his staff and the waters split in two.  According to our Midrash, all the waters in the world divided.  In jars, cups, bowls and the heavenly waters, as well.  For our Shabbat menu this week, it is only fitting to start our meal with a Souped Up Split Pea Soup.

Souped Up Split Pea Soup

Souped Up Split Pea Soup


 

Chicken Pastrami Rolls

 

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Red Cabbage Slaw

 

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Black and White Cupcakes

 

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Shabbat Menu – Quick Dark Chocolate Brownies

 

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In this week’s parsha, Egypt ‘s destruction is complete.  The plague of locusts decimates the land, followed by darkness and the death of the firstborn.  The Children of Israel are granted their freedom and begin their long journey to the Promised Land.  In Egypt, the darkness was so thick and unrelenting the Egyptians were immobilized.  For our Shabbat dessert this week, we’re going to introduce a dark chocolate cake so decadent and delicious no one is going to want to get out of their seat either – until after dessert!

Creamy Spinach and Potato Soup

Creamy Spinach and Potato Soup


 

Creamy Spinach and Potato Soup

 

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Roasted Chicken Thighs with Fall Fruit Salsa

 

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Susie’s Rice Pilaf

 

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Shabbat Menu – Crispy Artichoke “...

 

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In this week’s parsha, Moses and Aaron come before Pharaoh and demand their freedom.  Amid signs and wonders, Pharaoh will not acknowledge the sovereignty of any power other than his own.  The Torah recounts that “the heart of Pharaoh was hardened and he would not let the children of Israel go.”  I love this idea of Pharaoh’s hardened heart, refusing to relent as the entire world around him is turned upside down and inside out.  This week we highlight Jamie’s fabulous “hardened hearts” – much easier to swallow, just a few minutes to make and absolutely delicious!


 

Osso Buco

 

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