Kosher Catering Blog

Holiday Party Tips

Hosting Holiday Parties: 5 Must-Do’s for Any Holiday If you got yourself into hosting a holiday party and aren’t sure what to do, DO NOT WORRY, we’ve got your back. … Read More

Planning a Kosher Dinner Party?

 5 Essentials to Make Your Kosher Dinner Party a Success Dinner parties are a great way to get out of those boring ruts we all find ourselves in. They force … Read More

Engagement Party

How to Throw an Incredible Engagement Party: 3 Ways to Make the Day Special An engagement party is a special way to celebrate the Mr. and Mrs. to-be. The perfect … Read More

Alternatives to Wedding Cakes: 5 Delicious Options Your Guests Will Love

While the traditional wedding cake will always have its place, some non-traditional options are making a big splash. Whether couples are looking to save money, find a unique way to … Read More

5 Dangers of Planning An Outdoor Wedding

Nature, on your outdoor wedding day, can either be your best friend or your worst enemy. While there are many temptations to getting married outdoors, the results unfortunately are not … Read More

Bridal Shower Tips and Considerations

Aside from the actual wedding day, the bridal shower is one of the most important, most looked forward to events for any bride, her family, and her friends. The bridal … Read More

Outdoor Wedding Ceremony Tips to Consider

  So many brides are now leaning towards a beautiful outdoor wedding that encompasses their event vision. Oh the thrill of celebrating outside, the bright blue skies, the natural décor, … Read More

What to Serve at a Brit Milah or Bris?

All Jewish celebrations are followed by elaborate meals and a bris or brit milah is no exception. A bris is a Jewish religious ceremony which takes place at the time … Read More

Kosher Fried Chicken

I found a recipe which included zaatar. I tried it and it was delicious.Zaatar is a middle east combination of dried herbs and spices. There are many variations. You can … Read More

Twist to Kosher Wedding Foods

A great book filled with wonderful ideas and recipes is Jerusalem by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi.Consider some of the following side dishes from the book. Roasted sweet potatoes and … Read More

Sukot Kosher Foods

Sukkot kosher foods give homage to the abundance of the autumn harvest. Various kosher foods are made from apples, pears, sweet potatoes, carrots and root vegetables. These are the seasonal … Read More

Breaking Yom Kippur Fast

The traditional way to break the Yom Kippur fast is to have a table full of smoked salmon, bagels, chopped egg, and sweet kugels. This type of meal is easy … Read More

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