How Shabbat Stews Changed the Culinary World with Adeena Sussman and Joel Haber
Hosted By: The Nosher
Cholent. Hamin. Sanbat Wat. Osavo. T’bit. Just to name a few. Cooking and starting a fire are two traditionally prohibited actions on Shabbat. So what happens when you want to warm up with some cozy foods on Shabbat afternoon? Enter: The Sabbath Stew. Slow cooked flavors come together overnight and turn into this particularly Jewish lunchtime treat.