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The special commandment given to Aaron and his sons is to keep the fire on the altar burning constantly, from morning until night.  The offerings brought to the altar are holy and anyone who comes into contact with the offerings shall become holy.  We celebrate our Shabbat menu with a delicious menu that will really “fire” you up!  

BURNT EGGPLANT WITH CHARRED EGG YOLK, TAHINI AND CHILI

Burn Eggplant Honey and Co

The perfect fired up way to start your meal is this a fire roasted eggplant and this one is so over the top, it's perfect!

MEDITERRANEAN GRILLED CHICKEN AND GRAPE SKEWERS

chicken with grapes

Cook up these simple skewers inside or outside for a simple delicious main. 

SPICY BRAISED BROCCOLI RABE

spiced broccoli rabe

Make this slightly spicy veg side. 

MAPLE ROASTED VEGETABLES

maple roasted vegetables

Add on a hearty veggie for one more side.  

ROASTED PINEAPPLE WITH PINEAPPLE SORBET

Roasted Pineapple with Pineapple sorbet

End with a grilled pineapple dessert. 

For last year's Shabbat Menu for Parsha Tzav click here.