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I have 2 friends who have become Messianic Jews (their description) and they now keep kosher at home, and keep to dietary rules when eating out. They are coming for dinner tomorrow, and although I know basics, I just want to be sure I'm not breaking any dietary laws with the food I'm making. Clearly, my kitchen isn't kosher, it never will be (leavened bread crumbs everywhere, same pans used for milk and meat ...), I just want to get the food right.
Chicken liver pate that I'm making, from chicken livers, sauteed with onions, sherry, garlic then blended to a puree, baked in the oven for 1/2 hour (with salad and home made bread)
or salmon fishcakes (fresh salmon poached in white wine, with onion, fresh dill, mashed with some potato, dipped in egg then breadcrumbs and fried) with sweet chilli sauce, bread, salad.
Stuffed chicken breast (lemon and thyme stuffing) wrapped in turkey ham (would normally use parma ham, but know I can't, so I've bought cured turkey slices), roast potatoes (in goose fat) and veggies.
Home made cheescake (double/heavy? cream, cream cheese, fruit)
or dark chocolate mousse (oodles of dark chocolate melted and with egg yolk stirred in, whipped cream, whipped egg white, folded in carefully)
Can I serve a pudding made with cream after they've eaten meat? what else am I getting wrong?
Please save me from making a huge mistake, H&A!
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