I find when the kids are happy, the adults are happy, so I always have kid-friendly options when hosting.
We go with a less-is-more approach… warm challah, dips, Moroccan salmon, soup, and a satisfying dessert
Hostables: It’s fun to eat, has a beautiful presentation, and there’s enough variety to please everyone.
Styling and Photography by Hudi Greenberger Faigy Rabinowitz Toms River, NJ “Just Us” Shabbos Menu We start with sourdough bread with dips: Sonny & Joe’s Homestyle Hummus, garlic confit with tomatoes, basil dip (mayo with garlic and basil cubes). Next course is gefilte fish and Israeli salad, followed by chicken soup with kneidlach. Main
Styling and Photography by Hudi Greenberger Shana Loketch Brooklyn, NY “Just Us” Shabbos Menu Our typical Shabbos is fairly traditional. We start with salmon, served with a variety of salads such as kani salad, Israeli salad, and cauliflower salad or whole roasted cauliflower. Next is chicken soup. For the main, we have chicken or
Photography by Hudi Greenberger Zipporah Ginsburg Monsey, NY “Just Us” Shabbos Menu My family loves the classics. On a regular Shabbos, there will always be homemade challah, gefilte fish, chicken soup, what we call “Shabbos chicken,” and cholent. Believe it or not, my girls love creating a cholent-deli-pickle sandwich. It’s not something I would