The Pareve Shavuos Recipes
double duty so you can cook once, serve often~

Lots of Jewish women like Shavuos recipes that veer from the usual heavy meat fare in favor of lighter, but still rich and creamy, dairy treats. (Read why here.)

However, the Rambam says is important to celebrate our holidays meat and wine for it makes a man's heart happy.

Many have the custom to serve a dairy course or entire meal followed with a full meat meal on Shavuos night. Traditionally, we serve at least one dairy or one meat meal over the course of the holiday. A busy kitchen shuttling between basar and chalav (meat and dairy foods) can create kashrus chaos, a situation that will not help us enjoy the geshmak, delight, of Shavuos. What's a woman to do?!

~Shavuos the Queen in the Kitchen Way~

I'm sending you off through the pages of Cooking for The King, my as yet unpublished labor of love for the Almighty, my dear husband and every Queen in her kitchen. You'll find the best warm weather recipes easy and elegant enough for your Yom Tov Table.

May you have a memorable "Matan Torah" with the
best in Shavuos recipes
from Cooking for The King and The Kosher

Shavuos 2012/5772 begins in the evening of Saturday, May 26, 2012, and ends in the evening of Monday, May 28.
In Israel, Shavuos is celebrated for one day and ends the evening of Sunday, May 27

~Our most sustaining memories are made around the Yom Tov and Shabbos meals. The love with which we prepare for the holiday is one of the ways we perpetuate Torah in our future generations.

Cooking for The King: The book of Torah insights, recipes and practical tips designed to bring majesty to the mundane.