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Kosher Cooking and Gardening

This has been a killer winter for Toronto. Here at Mitzuyan Kosher Catering, it was a real fershtinkiner. Honestly, it was our customers and supporters who kept us going with a joke, a sympathetic shoulder, and encouragement. I think everyone in Ontario has earned this long Victoria Day weekend we get this year. A couple of weeks ago,…

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Take Me Out to a Kosher Ball Game!

It’s still cold here in Toronto but at least the temperatures have stayed well above freezing. And if the forecast can be trusted, we may even hit the 50s next week! Even better, today was Opening Day for Major League Baseball. You know spring’s gotta be on the way. More MLB Teams Serve Kosher Foods…

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When Passover Falls on Shabbat

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 event, although it happened a few years ago in 2012. Because it’s a special Passover, consider catering your Seder with traditional and nontraditional kosher for…

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Where to Sell Your Chametz in Toronto

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 products. Clear out the beer, pizza, cookies, bread, and pasta. But why waste all of it? Sell or Donate Your Chametz As a kosher caterer,…

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Walk Past These Passover Foods

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 holiday but you may want to consider because their ingredients have more salt, sugar, and oils that can be detrimental to your health. <Ducking to…

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Passover Questions to Ask the Kids

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 Seders.  More Questions to Ask at the Seder The Seder is famous for its effort to include everyone in the ritual. Everyone gets to read…

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A Cold Plague is Upon Us!

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 June, are bustin’ out all over. It’s a cold plague. As kosher caterers, we’re very much affected by the weather. We use mobile kitchens, to…