I love whole chicken because the white meat is SO juicy and doesn’t dry out. You can play around with the ingredients of what you love or have in your home – just be generous with the spices and keep the cooking technique the same for the juiciest whole roasted chicken you have ever had.
Be really careful when you cut these to not cut your thumb off! Tuck that thumb in and watch my knife skills video again. Feel free to get creative with these and add fresh garlic and your favorite fresh herbs (dill, parsley, rosemary or basil are my choices).
Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the year, when we are closest to Hashem (G‑d) and in touch with our Neshama (souls). Yom Kippur means “Day of Atonement,” For nearly 26 hours we don’t eat or drink and we don’t wear leather footwear. It is custom to spend the day in Shul (synagogue) and pray for forgiveness and build or rebuild your relationship with G-d.
This shabbat meal was inspired by mango season coming to an end and pomegranate season coming to a start! I love how (in Israel) everything is seasonal because even though the mangoes will be missed, they are so insanely good while they are here! Even if you live outside of Israel, try and refrain from buying fruits when they are not in season for fuller flavor!