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Shabbat Meals

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Central to Shabbat are sumptuous meals – Friday night and Shabbat lunch – when families can bond and be inspired. We delight in the Shabbat by partaking of appetizing foods and drinks.
Question: I have been invited over to a Chabad rabbi's home for a Friday night Shabbat meal. Is it proper for me to bring flowers, a bottle of wine, or some other sort of gift? I really don't want to turn up empty handed... Answer: How thoughtful of you! ...
I work full time, so I can’t cook anything very special for Shabbat . . .
The Sabbath meal experience is something lacking in a large segment of our society. The result of integrating it into one’s life can have untold benefit.
The meaning behind the laws and customs we observe at the Shabbat table.
Students at the Hebrew school run by the Chabad Jewish Center of S. Fe in New Mexico got their hands good and dirty while learning about Shabbat. They baked their own challah rolls and made Kiddush during the Sunday morning lesson, just like their parents...
Yield: 12 servings Don't keep this dish only for the Sabbath and/or holidays. This tastes just as good as the high-carb version and it's almost "free" for any meal or snack. For fish: 1 medium onion, peeled 1/2 small carrot, peeled 1 whole egg plus 2 egg ...
Daily Zohar - Mishpatim Day 3 Based on Zohar Shemot 123B RankRankRankRankRankRank
[Here is] another explanation for, "And all things that I have said to you, be mindful of." Rabbi Yehuda began [his discourse] by saying, "Hear, My people, and I will testify about you...there shall be no foreign god among you...I am the L-...
Daily Zohar - Tetzave Day 3 Based on Zohar Shemot 182A RankRankRankRankRankRank
Rabbi Yehuda began by saying: "Cease [contact]from a man whose breath be in his nostrils ". (Isaiah 2:22) [What kind of person is this verse referring to; doesn't every man breathe?] Here, G-d has commanded man and cautions him to guard himself from those...
Daily Zohar - Ki Tisa Day 3 Based on Zohar Shemot 189B RankRankRankRankRankRank
Rabbi Yossi opened his discourse with the verse: "Like the rose among thorns, so is my beloved among the maidens" (Song of Songs 2:2). G-d wanted to make the children of Israel as a reflection of the above, so that they would be one rose on the ...
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