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Traditional Sabbath ChallahChallah is a traditional egg bread that is served at festive Jewish holidays and events. This bread is perfect for either a festive Friday Shabbat meal or a sweet breakfast treat. Try this bread in a sweet overnight french toast, or bread pudding.
Baked Chicken With Fig-Orange-Balsamic SauceFigs are a magical fruit, they have a sweet taste and a great texture. When combined with orange juice and Balsamic vinegar the chicken is both delicious and remarkably tender. Serve with a simple rice pilaf and crusty rolls.
Roasted Chickpeas & ChardChickpeas are an excellent source of both protein and fiber. And, when slow roasted with garlic and spices they are extra delicious. In this recipe, we pair roasted chickpeas with quickly stewed swiss chard it results in an absolutely savory side dish.
Grapefruit Grenadine GranitaThis ultimate summer dessert is full of refreshing grapefruit juice and fresh lime. The grenadine syrup is added because of its aromatic sweet and tart flavor. Top with mint leaves and lemon slices for an appealing presentation and an extra fresh fruit flavor.
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Check Out This Great Featured Menu: Orthodox Easter Brunch
This year, Eastern Orthodox Easter will be celebrated on Sunday, April 8th. It is the highlight of the Eastern church calendar, which ends the Lenten Fast. Everyone gathers with friends and family for sumptuous feasts, which usually includes a lamb dish. For dessert, Orthodox families share a sweet Paskha bread cake, baked with dyed Easter eggs. Consider some of these easy recipes for an Orthodox Easter brunch.