Catered Classic Kosher Menu

  What makes something classic? High-quality and long-lasting come to mind. The same applies to classic ko sher foods. And while we are extremely proud of our far-reaching menus, we … Read More

Kosher Wedding Catering in Toronto

Enjoy contemporary kosher wedding catering services from Mitzuyan Kosher Catering in Toronto, which delivers elegant, appealing menus to venues around Toronto.

Kosher Catering Perspective on Wedding Cost Savings

Top Cost Saving Wedding Ideas Serve a signature drink instead of a full bar. Only offer wine and beer. Have a brunch or lunch instead of a full dinner reception. … Read More

Kosher Cuisine for Aimee Dyan Wedding

Mitzuyan  prepared and served the kosher cuisine at The Avenue Banquet Hall Kosher Food Menu Hors d’eobures: chicken satays, beef satatys, Moroccan cigars, burakas, sweet potato fries, mini falafels, toonie … Read More

Kosher Catering for the Syrtash Wedding

Kosher Cuisine Mitzuyan was the kosher caterer at the Boulevard Room. The kosher food was as follows: Salads on the table: hummus and tehina, baba ghanoush, black olive tapenade. Individual mushroom … Read More

Outdoor Wedding Ceremonies

Outdoor wedding ceremonies and receptions require strategic planning. There are many elements to consider in order for your wedding event to be flawless. The following are some of the issues … Read More

Elements of a Modern Jewish Wedding Ceremony

Elements of a Modern Jewish Wedding Ceremony A modern Jewish wedding ceremony allows the marriage of a male Jew and female Jewess. Typically, a Rabbi officiates over the proceedings.  Often, … Read More

The Marriage of a Conforming Jew to a Non-Conforming Jew

The history of the Jewish people is full of beautiful stories of couples in which a full Jew married a convert. Moses married Zipporah, the daughter of Jethro, Priest of … Read More

The Difference Between Sephardic Jews and Ashkenazi Jews. Inherent Wedding Traditions

. The difference between Sephardic Jews and Ashkenazi Jews. Inherent wedding traditions Jews were originally divided up into twelve tribes. The Levites were holy and did not inherit land. A … Read More

Orthodox Jewish weddings versus Conservative and Reform

An orthodox Jewish wedding is a ceremony between a competent male and female Jew, who are allowed to be married according to the Jewish Law (halachah). Before the ceremony can … Read More

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