Passover by Mitzuyan Kosher Catering Toronto
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Passover is soon approaching and I am beginning to reflect and think about Jewish holidays in general. All Jewish holidays have an important religious significance. But to me, these celebrations … Read More

Sukkot ideas by Kosher Catering Toronto
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The next holiday to be celebrated is Sukkot. It begins on September 27, 2015 and ends October 4, 2015. Rosh hashanah has apples and honey. Chanukah has latkes. Passover has … Read More

Sweet Treats for a Sweet New Year
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Bringing in the New Year with sweets is a terrific tradition which is worth keeping. Can anyone deny sweet temptations? I have scoured the internet for delicious treats to enjoy … Read More

Time for a Kosher Picnic
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The weather is starting to warm up in Toronto! Are you thinking picnic yet?

Dipping Food All Year ‘Round
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  One of the Four Questions we ask at Passover is about dipping food. On all other nights, the question goes, we don’t dip once. Tonight, we dip twice. Not … Read More

When Passover Falls on Shabbat
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Passover starts on Shabbat this year, which among other things, means missing challah but that would have happened anyway at some point during the week. This is a fairly rare … Read More

Where to Sell Your Chametz in Toronto
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Passover is just a week away! This is probably the weekend you’ll be cleaning out your cupboards to remove chametz, which is any food or food product that contains leavened … Read More

Walk Past These Passover Foods
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I know you’re being really careful about what foods to remove from your home as you prepare for Passover. However, there are a lot of Passover foods approved for the … Read More

Passover Questions to Ask the Kids
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Want some help over Passover? Let Mitzuyan Kosher Catering in Toronto prepare an entire Seder for you, or get meals ready for your Passover table on the nights following the … Read More

Erin Go Bragh with Kosher Corned Beef
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Have you ever noticed that Jews and Irish both consider corned beef their special cuisine? With the Irish national holiday coming up, I wondered: who created this dish? How is … Read More

Don’t Pass Over These Passover Wines!
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I occasionally enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day. I used to skip this during Passover. Why? I’m not a fan of super-sweet red wines that … Read More

A Cold Plague is Upon Us!
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Passover is less than a month away and I’m wondering if the cold will ever go away. This year’s spring has been a nightmare for many of us. Pipes, not … Read More

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