~ from Cooking for The King

My husband and I are often invited to share Shabbos and Yom Tov meals with a particular family in the Old City of Jerusalem who are bastions of hachnasas orchim, hosting guests. Their Shabbos table usually overflows with visitors.

Often their guests have never seen a Shabbos table, while another may have raised an observant family based on one life-altering encounter with our host decades ago.

I don’t even ask what I can bring to the meal anymore, I know a couple of simple side dishes are more appreciated by these excellent cooks than an exquisite bottle of wine.... Read more in Cooking for the King, the Rosh Hashanah Edition. See how to order your copy here~

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