As Moshe disappears high among the clouds covering Mount Sinai, the Children of Israel become afraid and construct a Golden Calf. In this week’s parsha, Moshe returns with the tablets containing the Ten Commandments inscribed by the very hand of Hashem. After seeing the glimmering symbol of idolatry he throws the tablets to the ground in anger. Moshe has been betrayed (yet again) by the lack of faith of his people and furiously destroys the Golden Calf. He begs forgiveness and Hashem gives the chosen people a second chance. This week consider giving someone in your life a second chance, and make some food that's even better the second time around with Twice Baked and Double Stuffed Sweet Potatoes.
Caramelized onion soup is comforting and warming, but not too heavy to start your Shabbat menu.
Nothing is fancier than a nice big piece of meat. It's okay if it is not super hot when you serve it. It's quick and easy to cook, then you can keep it hot wrapped in foil, then serve with a hot sauce like this Red Wine Sauce.
This was first introduced for Thanksgiving, but it is so delicious and elegant, but easy enough to make you can serve it any Shabbat.
You could just go with simple steamed broccoli, but if you want to take it up a notch try broccolini and this delicious sauce.
Nothing like a candy bar turned cake to make dessert steal the show.
For last year's Shabbat Menu Ki Tisa click here.