Kosher Catering Blog

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

Apple Buns at Rosh Hashanah
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Cinnamon Bun is Replaced by the Apple Bun at Rosh Hashanah. Apples and honey are a traditional staple at Rosh Hashanah, but have you considered the apple bun as a … Read More

Recipe Tips for Rosh Hashanah
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Rosh Hashanah is coming. It’s time to get ready. Some Rosh Hashanah food recipes for you to consider. Kugel for Rosh Hashanah Can you think of a Jewish meal without … Read More

Kosher Catering Recipe
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Vegetarian Sephardi Inspired Main Dish Source: Jerusalem a Cookbook Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi Ten Speed Press Ingredients One third cup wild rice Two and one half tbsp. olive oil … Read More

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