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The Best Recipes for Your Lag BaOmer Celebration

The Best Recipes for Your Lag BaOmer Celebration

Collage of some of the Israeli dishes mentioned in this article including chicken kebabs and Israeli salad

Lag BaOmer is a festive day of outdoor celebration. Especially in Israel, many people celebrate with picnics and barbecues and use bonfires to symbolize the light of Torah.

You don’t need to be in Israel to celebrate this festive day the Israeli way. Here are the top recipes on ReformJudaism.org that you can use to host your own festive and delicious Lag BaOmer picnic or barbecue.

Entrees

Sides and Snacks

Desserts

Marissa Solomon is the digital communications producer for the Union for Reform Judaism. Based in New York, she is originally from Ann Arbor, MI, and has a degree in public policy from the University of Michigan.

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