Shabbos Meals | Rabbi Aryeh Wolbe


Rabbi Aryeh Wolbe speaks about the Shabbos Meals. Splurging on the Shabbat meals is a virtue. It’s a mitzvah to indulge in fine wine and tender meat.

The traditional Shabbat meal is multi-coursed, and includes fish, soup, meat or poultry, and side dishes. (Serve fish and meat/poultry as separate courses, on separate cutlery and dishes.) For the lunch meal, it is customary to eat “cholent,” a casserole-like dish prepared before Shabbat and kept warm overnight on the stove.-Chabad

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