Shabbat Menu- Fall Inspired

Kosher.com Staff May 22, 2021

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Some of you may remember a time when you actually couldn’t get certain products at different times of the year. There’s something nice about the excitement that comes along when something new appears on the shelves until it disappears until the next season. 


Obviously, there is nothing inherently wrong with pumpkin spice in the summer or blueberries in the winter, but I think even when some items are technically available all year round, saving certain products for specific seasons keeps our cooking exciting. 


This week we focus on pumpkin, the mascot of fall, and we couldn’t be more excited.

Happy Cooking!



Roasted Pumpkin Soup by Faigy Grossman

A little more sophisticated than butternut squash, and surprisingly less orange in color, the outcome is a deliciously, creamy soup! Trust us, go for it!


Caramelized Pumpkin Salad by Rivky Kleiman

Easy preparation. Beautiful presentation. This special sweet squash salad is a winner for any occasion.


Chicken Wrapped Veggie Cakes by Ronit Peskin

Try this flavor-packed chicken stuffed with delicious vegetables.


Mike’s Brisket by Michael Gershkovich

Getting that meat to come out flavorful and tender is not always easy. Watch Chef Mike prepare this classic brisket recipe with a spice rub and a red wine glaze in his show Mike’s Day Off.


Pumpkin Bowls with Wild Rice by Estee Kafra

A fun way to use the best of the season’s bounty! They make fantastic bowls for any grain you favor.


Maple Pumpkin Pie by Rivky Kleiman

This was dubbed an all-time favorite dessert by many – trust us, it’s worth trying!


Orange Pumpkin Streusel Muffins by Brynie Greisman

This muffin smells of fall. It has fantastic taste and flavor, fabulous texture, and is so filling. Freezes well too.