Passover is a wonderful time of the year. Families get together to celebrate, get connected once again and enjoy delicious food.
I especially enjoy this time of the year because all my children are in one place. It reminds me of days gone by when the house was filled with laughter and noise.It is also heart warming to hear our grandchildren recite the four questions.
Jewish holidays are a reminder to each of us as that family is very important.
During this festive season, old recipe cards are visited once again. Passed down recipes are studied, and fond memories are rekindled. Everyone attempts to create the inherited food recipes.
As I watch the activities taking place in the house, reflection begins to set in and it starts to solicit different emotions.
Some of my favorite Passover foods are: braised lamb shank with lemon confit, almond macaroons, flour less chocolate torte, matzo balls, potato kugel, spaghetti squash baked ziti, spinach potato nest bites, chocolate chip mandel biscuit, red snapper gefilte fish, charoset, pomegranate brisket, Moroccan carrot salad, salami and eggs matzo frittata, vegetable kugel, caramelized onion siracha potato kugel casserole, roasted pepper and cream savory flam.
At this time of the year many of the kosher manufacturers prepare a fresh batch of jams strictly for Passover. The taste and smell of the jams are simply wonderful.
Our kosher kitchen team is busy preparing our kitchen for Passover service. Many traditional foods will be offered. In addition, our chefs have created new food recipes for Passover. Our employees have become an extended part of our family. We always have a traditional second sedar with them and their families. Its our way of saying thank you to each of them.
I would like to wish each one of our friends and customers a very happy Passover
We are a boutique style Toronto kosher caterer. We only cater events and do not provide daily kosher foods as other kosher catering emphasize.