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Toronto Kosher Caterers for Hannukah

Toronto kosher caterers are getting ready for Chanukah with traditional potato latkes, jelly filled donuts and greasy foods drenched in oil and fried to a crisp. It is time to spare the oil and enjoy more healthier versions. Mitzuyan is … Read More

Passover 2019

Passover 2019 is fast approaching. Are you getting ready? All kosher catering in Toronto becomes obsessed with Passover kitchen preparation. It is a very labour-intensive time and our employees begin to feel the pressure, but never give up. We at … Read More

Passover in Toronto

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 … Read More

Healthy Hanukkah Recipes

We celebrate Hanukkah by lighting candles each night for eight days and indulge in the unhealthiest foods, fried and oily. It’s a yearly treat and can do no harm is the excuse we all lean on. We satisfy our sweet … Read More

Chanukah Sweet Foods

There is a religious significance to every Jewish holiday, but Chanukah is the most fun for young and old. Its time for presents and who doesn’t like presents. It is also an eight day holiday to celebrate the miracle of … Read More

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. Simply follow these five easy steps to help your holiday … Read More

Passover by Mitzuyan Kosher Catering Toronto

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 are precious moments to spend with your family and enjoy … Read More

Sukkot ideas by Kosher Catering Toronto

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 matzo. Shavuot has blintzes. What foods  does sukkot have associated … Read More

Sweet Treats for a Sweet New Year

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 on Rosh Hashana. I hope you enjoy therm. Source: http://relocationtheblog.blogspot.ca/2011/12/hanukkah-big-holiday-that-isnt.html … Read More

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