meals for the Jewish Holidays


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Posted by kevin on September 08, 1999 at 13:43:52:

The Jewish Holidays
Privatechefs role in the Jewish celebration


When we asked why donít we celebrate Christmas, we where told how lucky we are. To have Shabbat, a holiday every week. The holidays and the weekly Sabbath have meant a great deal to Jewish people throughout history. They are means of binding families and community. And food plays a major part in each one, given the importance of the dietary laws and the table-centered rituals involved in Judaism.
And so privatechef has come up with menus for the high holly days that you and your family will enjoy.

Rosh Hashanah Dinner:
Gefilte fish sliced and served on a bed shaved cucumbers
Chicken fricassee
Mushroom and barley soup
Meyers honey cake

Yom Kippur: Privatechefs break-the-fast meal
Challah
Whitefish salad served in a pomegranate and endive
Herring with sour cream
Kugel
Meyers cheese cake


Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year 5760, begins Friday evening, September 10th and continues until Sunday evening, September 12th 1999

Yom Kippur, begins Sunday evening, September 19th and continues until Monday evening September 20th 1999
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