Chrissy Teigen Hosts Her 1st Shabbat With Recipe From Well known Jewish Chef

Chrissy Teigen at the Australian Premiere of BATTLESHIP at Sydney Luna Park, April 2012. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Design and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen hosted her to start with Shabbat meal this earlier weekend, and documented the working experience on social media.

Early Saturday early morning, the mother-of-two posted on Twitter a online video of her standing by her kitchen stove with her head coated, as she demonstrates a pot of food stuff. Teigen, 30, captioned the brief clip, “First Shabbat! I created rooster soup, kugel, far more chicken, challah and obtained the very best Trader Joe’s chocolate babka as advised by good friends. wow [sic] I could by no means do this each Friday but it was wonderful!”

In a separate Twitter post she described that her hair covering “would have been worn by my *Jewish* grandmother,” Ruth Schaefer.

She also shared a close-up image of her chicken and thanked well-liked Jewish chef and cookbook writer Adeena Sussman for the recipe, stating, “this goes out to your mama.” Teigen and Sussman are collaborating on a 3rd cookbook, and in December they celebrated collectively Teigen’s initially Hanukkah, which the latter documented in movies and shared in an Instagram post.

On Sunday, Teigen shared on Instagram a photograph of her tablescape for Shabbat, thanked some others for their support in making the festivities achievable, and joked “I am just one fortunate bubbie (okay I’m not a grandmother nonetheless but the phrase is just *cooks kiss* perfect).”

Schaefer, the last name of Teigen’s paternal grandmother, is historically a German and Ashkenazi Jewish title, according to Kveller. Schaefer’s moms and dads have been reportedly of German descent and her mother’s maiden identify was Heller, a typical title amongst German Jews.