Lag Ba'omer

Shabbat Menu- Lag B’Omer Inspired

Kosher.com Staff April 28, 2021

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I have so many fond memories from Lag B’Omer as a kid. 


The weather always managed to be perfect. We always had a school-wide color war on Lag B’Omer, which was one of the highlights of the year. Then we would end the day with a huge bonfire, a barbeque, and a kumzits.


Lag B’Omer this year is unique because it is Thursday night and Friday. We decided, let’s bring the tastes and smells of the day to our Shabbat cooking. This week’s menu is all about barbeques, marshmallows, and everything that comes along with it!

Happy Cooking!



Cauliflower Israeli Salad by Chanie Nayman

This is a bright, fresh salad that is perfect alongside a barbequed meal. 


Sweet and Sticky BBQ Beef Sticks by Chayie Schlisselfeld

Enjoy these sweet and sticky barbequed beef sticks that are a perfect treat for the warm weather and as a bonus are fun to eat!


Best Ever Grilled Baby Chicken by Rivky Kleiman

This is a combination of flavors that hits the spot every time and that’s how it gets the name ‘Best Ever Grilled Chicken.’


Family-Favorite Potatoes with Fire-Roasted Eggplant Jalapeño Dip by Miriam (Pascal) Cohen


This combo will soon become a family favorite and a great addition to your menu rotation!


Silan Sriracha Eggplant by Erin Grunstein

Sweet and spicy – this is the perfect way to eat eggplant.


S’mores Trifle by Victoria Dwek


You can’t go wrong with these s’more treats- the trifle has a graham cracker, chocolate, and marshmallow layer creating a delicious mix of flavors!