In this week’s parsha, we learn of the Torah’s prohibition against eating milk with meat. It is this historic moment when the JOY of KOSHER was born, as future generations of Jewish cooks must learn the art of creative kosher cooking. Today we have products that allow us to get more creative than ever. This Shabbat, fake out your family with this can't believe it's kosher menu.
A creamy sauce with kosher bacon pieces over crispy roasted veggies, this is the ultimate in creative cooking.
This looks like the real deal, but the cheese is not made from milk - so it is totally kosher.
Keep this risotto warm on a hot plate until ready to serve, a satisfying side.
Wilt your broccoli just enough and serve it simply as your Shabbat veg.
What?! A carrot cake with cream cheese frosting after a meat meal? Parve cream cheese makes a wonderful frosting, end your meal with this fantastic dessert.
For last year's Shabbat Menu Mishpatim click here.