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Ingredients: 2 ½ tbsp. dry yeast 1 tbsp. sugar ½ cup warm water 4 tbsp. sugar 1¾ cups water 2 tsp. salt ½ cup canola oil 2 eggs 6 - 6 ½ cups bread flour Kosher salt 8 cups water ¾ cup baking soda Directions: Place the yeast, 1 tablespoon sugar, and ½ cup ...
Spicy Moroccan Tomato Dip
Ingredients: 8 tomatoes, roughly diced 1 hot pepper, sliced 6 cloves garlic 2 tbsp. paprika ⅔ cup oil 1 tsp. salt Directions: Saute the tomatoes and hot pepper in a couple of teaspoons of oil until wilted. Add the garlic and continue cooking. Add the salt...
Grilled Eggplant Dip
Ingredients: 1 eggplant 3 cloves garlic, crushed 2 tbsp. mayonnaise ¼ tsp. salt Directions: Roast the eggplant over a stove-top burner, rotating so that all sides are equally charred. Set the eggplant aside to cool. Peel and mince the eggplant. Add the ga...
The progressive levels of Shabbat
How the experience of the 'Shabbat rest' deepens as Shabbat progresses, culminating in Shabbat's sublime final moments. An exploration of the nature of pleasure. (Based on the maamar Eileh Toldos Noach 5737)
Ingredients: 2 lb. carp fillets ½ cup breadcrumbs 3 onions 2 carrots 2 cloves garlic 3 celery stalks 2 eggs, beaten salt pepper Directions: Grind the carp and 1½ onions. Mix in the salt, pepper and breadcrumbs. Roll the fish mixture into evenly sized ball...
Maximize your Shabbat experience
In a frenetic world that seems to suck out our souls, how do we maximize the Shabbat experience to get energized for the whole week?
Recipes for Shabbat from Israel
Ingredients: 4 onions 6 tbsp. oil 3 tbsp. brown sugar 5 tbsp. date honey (Silan) 1 lb. (500 grams) roasted liver Salt, to taste Ground pepper, to taste Directions: Cut the onions into half rounds and sauté in the oil until golden. Add the brown sugar and ...
Recipes for Shabbat from Israel
Ingredients: 6 mullet fillets 1 large onion, diced 6 cloves garlic, sliced 5 tbsp. oil 2 tbsp. sweet paprika 1 tbsp. hot paprika 2 cups water 1 hot pepper (whole) 3 tbsp. tomato paste 1 tbsp. cumin 1 tbsp. crushed red pepper flakes Salt, to taste Directio...
On Shabbat we refer to G-d in the feminine—the Shabbat bride and queen. The different roles of the weekdays vs. Shabbat reflect distinct masculine and feminine energies.
Lighting Shabbat candles, resting and rejuvenating on Shabbat are critical to Jewish living.
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