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Oneg Shabbat means
Delight of Sabbath


We delight in good food and fellowship every Shabbat. At the end of our morning service we say the "motzi" and break bread and then everyone come into our fellowship hall, where we build relationships. Our Rabbi and others especially enjoy getting to know our guests during this relaxed time.
           
We always insist that guests go first in line!   
Come and enjoy our hospitality!

Beit Simcha also has havurah (fellowship) groups meeting in homes on Saturday evenings, for prayer, study and building relationships in our community.





"Oneg Shabbat" Congregational Cookbook

 

Oneg Shabbat is a cookbook compiling our congregation''''''''s favorite recipes,

some unusual, some traditional, but all delicious!

Our members and guests have tasted these tried and true recipes.

Come share in our delight!


You want a sample? Check out our potato latkes recipe!


Other recipes include:

Appetizers such as Broccoli or Artichoke Pie and Blintes,

Puree of Rasted Eggplant with Red Bell Pepper Cream and Pita Crisps

(contributed by a Master Chef, one of many soups),

Breads and pastries such as Pumpkin Pancakes and Buttermilk Scones,

Salads and sides such as Orzo Salad, Tabouli and Bible Fruit Salad,

Vegetarian dishes such as Thai Coconut Curry, Spinach Pie and Hunza Pie,

Meat entrees such as Mediterranean Roasted Chicken,

Tunisian Hamin, Broccoli Stuffed Tilapia Rolls, Armenian Spaghetti and Egyptian Fried Fish,

Luscious desserts such as Chocolate Mint Fondue and Pumpkin Mouse,

Jewish holiday specialities such as Pam''''''''s Challah, Salmon Gefilte Fish,

Matzah Vegetable Lazagna, Passover Carrot Ring and Hamantaschen,

and much, much more!


Send an email to our cookbook editor if you''''''''d like more recipes.


Or order our Messianic Jewish cookbook for yourself or as a gift for a friend

(such a blessing, such a delight!)

Oneg Shabbat costs just $15.00 plus $3.50 shipping & handling.

Checks should be made out to Beit Simcha for $18.50, total.

Mail the check out to Beit Simcha and send it to:


Beit Simcha

433 Little Brook Road

Glen Gardner, NJ 08826


Please include a note requesting a cookbook and tell us your:


Name

Street Address

City, State, Zip

Phone #

Email address


Then we can make sure that you get Oneg Shabbat.


If you would like to contact our cookbook editor

(feedback welcome, as are new recipes for the next edition!),

you can click here to send her an email.