Kosher Catering Blog

Wedding and Bar Mitzvah Dates to Avoid in 2015
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Purim—-  March 4, 2015 (sunset)—March 5, 2015      Passover ——-April 3, 2015 (sunset)—–April 11, 2015       Lag B’Omer—— May 6, 2015 (sunset)——May 7, 2015      Shavout——May 23, 2015(sunset)—–May 25, 2015 3 weeks leading … Read More

The Ultimate Kosher Barbecue
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The Not So Ballpark All-Beef Frank Flame Kissed Chicken Wings Brushed with your choice of Buffalo or honey garlic sauce and tickled to smoky fall off the bone perfection over … Read More

Cooking with Pomegranates
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The pomegranate or Punica granatum was known in France as a “pomme garnete” which quite literally means “seeded apple,” is a fruit that is native to a region spanning from … Read More

What is kosher food?
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  “Keeping kosher” means eating in accordance with the Biblical and Rabbinical laws. This includes refraining from eating animals, which do not chew the cud and have completely cloven hooves, … Read More

Elements of a Modern Jewish Wedding Ceremony
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Elements of a Modern Jewish Wedding Ceremony A modern Jewish wedding ceremony allows the marriage of a male Jew and female Jewess. Typically, a Rabbi officiates over the proceedings.  Often, … Read More

Chanukah Celebration and Favourite Foods Eaten
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  Chanukah is a Rabbinic Jewish celebration, commencing on the Hebrew (lunar) date of 25th Kislev (typically in December, but sometimes late November or early January) for eight days. Chanukah … Read More

The Marriage of a Conforming Jew to a Non-Conforming Jew
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The history of the Jewish people is full of beautiful stories of couples in which a full Jew married a convert. Moses married Zipporah, the daughter of Jethro, Priest of … Read More

The Difference Between Sephardic Jews and Ashkenazi Jews. Inherent Wedding Traditions
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. The difference between Sephardic Jews and Ashkenazi Jews. Inherent wedding traditions Jews were originally divided up into twelve tribes. The Levites were holy and did not inherit land. A … Read More

Rosh Hashanah Empanada
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The classic Spanish empanada influenced our kosher Rosh Hashanah treat.

Orthodox Jewish weddings versus Conservative and Reform
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An orthodox Jewish wedding is a ceremony between a competent male and female Jew, who are allowed to be married according to the Jewish Law (halachah). Before the ceremony can … Read More

How to Keep Kosher on a Trip
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  “Keeping kosher” means eating in accordance with the Biblical and Rabbinical laws. This includes refraining from eating animals which do not chew the cud and have completely cloven hooves, … Read More

How to Select a Kosher Caterer
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In today’s information age, one can find a wealth of information at one’s fingertips on one’s cellphone or laptop. Sometimes, too much information is confusing and making a choice becomes … Read More

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