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Lesson 10: Traditional Sabbath And Holiday Foods - Yudel Mark - Invitation To Yiddish

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At the Friday night dinner, Jewish families transition from their everyday lives to a more spiritual time. Tables are elegantly set and families often sing traditional songs, engage in conversation, and share inspiring thoughts.

The lighting of candles and the reciting of the kiddush blessing over wine precede the meal. Another blessing is made over challah bread before the bread is distributed to everyone at the table. Jewish parents often bless their children before the meal begins as well. While menus can vary widely, some traditional foods are Shabbat favorites.

Challah breadwhich is part of the Sabbath home ritual as well as the meal, is usually sweet, made with white flour, and often enriched with eggs and oil. Surrounded by folklore and steeped in symbolism, challah is the traditional bread for the Sabbath and other festive holidays. In the original Eastern European recipe, the flesh of the fish is removed from the skin, ground up and mixed with other ingredients such as eggs, Lesson 10: Traditional Sabbath And Holiday Foods - Yudel Mark - Invitation To Yiddishground onions, and carrots, and then stuffed back into the skin and baked.

Today, the flesh of the fish is usually mixed with other ingredients, and then poached, chilled, and served cold. Lesson 10: Traditional Sabbath And Holiday Foods - Yudel Mark - Invitation To Yiddish soup is classic Jewish comfort food, often served with matzo balls at Sabbath dinners.

Known as matzo ball soupthe matzo balls are light dumplings made with matzo meal, eggs, water, and a fat-like oil or chicken fat. Not every recipe is suited for serving on Shabbat because meats have to be cooked in advance, kept in the fridge, and then reheated the next day under unconventional circumstances according to Jewish cooking laws.

Baked chicken dishes, roasted brisket, and slow-cooked meat dishes are typically good classic choices. A kugel is similar to a Backyard - Various - Rare Funk Uncovered and a staple of Ashkenazi Jewish cooking. Other Shabbat side dishes often include roasted vegetablesgrain dishes, and salads.

Desserts at a Shabbat meal must be pareveaccording to Jewish cooking law. Interestingly, eggs that come from kosher fowl are allowed. Pareve recipes for cakes, cookies, tarts, and pies abound, and kosher bakeries that carry these desserts are found in numerous cities and towns. In This Article Expand. Sabbath Dinner Experience. Get a Parve! Read More.


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