I am having so many problems getting this dinner together I may just forget the prayer candle lighting ceremony and just have the dinner the thought will be there but no prayers .
To all my Jewish and non Jewish Members please join us make me Happy that finally I am having this Sabbath Meal .
Will not be Kosher .Everyone please bring a traditional dish to share there are many recipes you can find on line .
So far we have Matza Ball Soup,*Elena
I will do a chicken dish with roasted potatoes onions and carrots .*Vernalisa
Challah bread we could use 2 of them plus butter.*Gina bread , Tonya Butter
Sweet Noodle Krugel .*Robert and water
Manischewitz is a must bring some.Kosher wine *JD
hummus and a dessert *Barbara Hamman
I thought this would be a great EXPERIENCE for us at the Chefs Table.You know me by now I try different themes and food all the time.
Jewish Sabbath Meals:
Shabbat dinner here is what there needs to be:
Egg Challah (Not with raisins)
Matzo ball soup
Salmon or Gefilte fish
Salad dressing (No Caesar or ranch dressing)
Chicken or beef
Some kind of veggie
Something without dairy products
These various menus for Jewish Sabbath meals aim to help make your Shabbat a wonderful experience for you, your family and your guests. Traditional Sabbath Dinner: Every week Jews break away from their individual, busy work lives and enter into a spiritual, together time with their loved ones and friends. The Jewish Day of Rest, Shabbat in Hebrew, begins on Friday at sundown and ends on Saturday at nightfall. Tables are set with white tablecloths, good dishes, candles, wine and challah loaves. And everyone sits down together to fill up on the good things in life - from reconnecting with their children to enjoying good food. Enjoy this traditional Friday night Sabbath dinner menu.
And of course my favorite wine
Hope you will join us for a one time dinner here .