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The Complete Format for the Traditional Shabbat Dinner
More than just a cooking video, A Taste of Shabbat presents the historic and cultural background of the foods and traditions that make the Shabbat such a meaningful experience.
There are copious Talmudic references to fish on the Shabbat menu, yet, despite its apparent deep history something seems fishy as it virtually disappears from Torah literature for over 1000 years – only to reappear with regularity in Halachik codes and R...
Hands down, it’s the long-simmering stew of Shabbat morning that is its signature staple. A surprisingly strong statement from a 12th-century luminary – incorporated into the menu of the Shulchan Aruch, Judaism’s proverbial “Set Table” of Torah Law – give...
Beyond its ubiquitous presence at Shabbat tables in virtually every (Ashkenazic) community – there are numerous astounding statements attributed to outstanding Chassidic Masters attaching extraordinary prominence and importance to the proverbial Shabbat s...
Despite its apparent lack of deep history—as there are no obvious references in any classic sources speaking of chicken soup on the Friday night Shabbat dinner menu—this basic staple in every (Ashkenazic) Jewish home is so widespread that it must have bee...
Chicken Soup with Matzah Balls
Join Eli as he makes everybody’s favorite: chicken soup with matzah balls for the Shabbat meal.
Ingredients 1 cup kidney beans 1 cup navy beans 1 cup pinto beans ½ cup baby lima ½ cup barley 2 meat bones 2 pounds of meat 3 small onions cubed 5 cloves garlic peeled 2 tablespoons salt 1 teaspoon pepper ¼ cup ketchup or tomato cubed 1 bunch cilantro 8 ...
Basic Gefilte Fish Mixture 3 pounds ground fish (2 lbs. whitefish, 1 lb. pike) 4 medium onions, ground ½ cup matzo meal 4 eggs beaten 1 teaspoon pepper 5 teaspoons salt 3-5 teaspoons sugar (add more sugar if you like a sweeter fish) Fish Water 3 carrot st...
Recipes for Shabbat from Israel
Fish Ingredients: 1 carrot 1 onion 1 lb. (450 grams) ground carp 2 tbsp. sugar 1 tbsp. ground black pepper 1 tbsp. kosher salt 1 cup matzo meal (approximately) 2 eggs Broth Ingredients: 12 cups (3 liters) water 4 bay leaves 5 whole peppercorns ½ cup sugar...
The fish reminds us how the beauty and power of Shabbat is readily accessible.
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