[Slow] Cookin’ up Shabbat

We know it can be daunting to prepare a meal for Friday night. How will you cook everything after a long workday? How can you ensure your dishes are perfectly timed and nice and hot when served?

Enter: the crockpot. Put all your ingredients into the crockpot Thursday evening, spend Friday at work, and come home to a stress-free sitch before your Shabbat guests even walk through the door.

Here are some nourishing, delicious recipes to slow cook this winter. Pair them with a good bottle of wine and *boom* you just took your Shabbat hosting practice to a whole new level.

BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP

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CHICKEN CAULIFLOWER CURRY

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VEGETARIAN CHILI

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And, if you thought you could only cook soup and chili in a crockpot, think again friends. We’ve included a delectable Apple Pear Crisp to wow your guests and satisfy your sweet tooth.

APPLE PEAR CRISP

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Natalie Bergner

Natalie the Colorado Hub Manager for OneTable, a hiking enthusiast, yoga instructor and New Yorker turned Coloradan. She loves to host shabbat dinners with delicious healthy food, great eclectic groups of people and of course, some darn good wine!

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