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Old 09-08-2008, 08:06 PM   #1
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OK guys here's the deal. I am cooking for all my partners in pediatrician office where I work. the two owners are orthodox Jews and thus pork is off limits, yes they bring their own meat and grill, so it's kosher, but no pork. I have a brisket and some beef ribs, but looking for some appetizers that would meet the no pork rules. Looking for ideas. Can you help? thanks, Scott
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Old 09-08-2008, 08:08 PM   #2
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Forgot to mention....cooking a couple of spatchcocks on the grill. Scott
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Old 09-08-2008, 08:13 PM   #3
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Wow - I'd have to give that some thought... I realized when I was talking to someone today that I have taken to wrapping just about everything in bacon....
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Old 09-08-2008, 08:59 PM   #4
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hhhheeellllllllppppppp....
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Old 09-08-2008, 09:40 PM   #5
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JewishRecipes.org offers both Kosher and Jewish recipes. Wikipedia's Jewish Cuisine gives a good overview.... Hope this helps.
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There is a kosher style swedish meatball type thing, I just had some. Don't know a recipe, but some type of beef "ball" with a bbq glaze.
Beef satay, or lamb, or chicken. How can you beat meat on a stick?
Grilled peppers or eggplant with a balsamic vinegar reduction and some fresh herbs added on the plate.
Go Mid east. Good ole Baba Ganoush, or tabouleh salad with grilled naan or pita.
Eh?
Or is lamb the cloven hoof "no no"?
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Old 09-08-2008, 09:45 PM   #7
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I searched the site for "Jewish" and this posting came up: Bbq Brisket For A Smokin' Rosh Hashanah ( 1 2)
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Old 09-08-2008, 10:04 PM   #8
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How about poppers w/o the bacon (just this once)? Maybe some smoked fish served on a cracker?
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sorry, was really looking for appetizers....thinking maybe bread on the green egg, maybe chicken lolli's, would love to make abts, but what about the bacon???
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Old 09-08-2008, 10:37 PM   #10
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How about some wings with a nice blue cheese dip
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I use turkey bacon on my ABTS. Cooks faster and doesnt shrink as much..

wil that work?
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Well brothers, being the "worst Jew ever" as any Rabbi would tell you; except mine of course because, despite religion, he knows what tastes good. I sold him lobster tails last week and he said, "I won't tell if you won't." Here's what I do for my other Brethren:
Beef ribs, grilled flanken ribs(crosscut short ribs), smoked chicken liver pate, re-smoked whitefish. Keri C's beans w/o swine. Fresh pico de gallo w/ chips. Get a salmon and follow Raichlen's rum brined salmon recipe. Just make sure all of you're ingredients have the Kosher OU( thats a U inside an O) the word pareve really helps as well. You know, I made a rumaki for my Dad that wasn't wrapped in bacon, that was a big hit. Hope this helps, being a Jewswineophile hasn't made my life easy.
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I grabbed my MIL's "Jennie Grossinger's The Art of Jewish Cooking" from 1958. Appetizers and Party Snacks, pages 1 - 15.

Chopped Chicken Livers, Chopped Liver, Vegetarian Chopped Liver, Dairy Liver (no meat, made with mushrooms)
Eggplant Spread
Calf's Brains Appetizer
Chopped Eggs and Onions
Chickpea "Hot Dogs" -- deep fried morsels/croquettes
Petcha -- calf's feet
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Fish Balls
Egg Roll
Chinese Sweet-and-Sour Meat Balls
Pizza --no meat, but the recipe has anchovies...
Submarine Sandwich
Grilled American Cheese and Tomato Sandwich

Farther on in the book, they mention duck --- a smoked duck appetizer with crispy skin?

Knishes ---- oh, smoked cheese knishes would be tasty. They describe the dough rolled up with the filling like a jelly roll. Smoked spirals of love...

and all I can add is Latkes. I love latkes.

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I've been messing around with a lot of bacon wrapped appetizers lately. All, so far, have included Pork (haha). My next planned on does not. I have been thinking of ABT's, stuffed with crab meat! Joe's Crab Shack makes a crab stuffed Jap that gave me the idea. Instead of using Pork Bacon, try Turkey Bacon. Well seasoned it might work. Anyway, that's the best I can do at 445am......
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I was thinking of turkey bacon....kind of like kissing your sister, but gotta do what ya gotta do. I used to eat the calves brains as a kid, never aquired the taste, fortunately. Thanks for all the great ideas. Has anyone made a BEEF fatty? Scott
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