Catered Classic Kosher Menu
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  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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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. 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
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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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