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The Classic

Kosher Menus: The classic The CLASSIC: Sample Menu Includes your choice of: Hors d’oeuvres, One duo starter, One duo entree, One desert. Hors D’Oeuvres Choice of 8 Based on 6 pieces per person on each table DUAL starters Choice of 1 Dual Plate Entrée Pepper crusted filet of beef and grilled chicken breast in a…

The Standard

Kosher Menus: The Standard The Standard: Sample Menu Includes: Hors d’oeuvres, One starter, One entrée, One dessert Hors D’Oeuvres Chef’s Choice on each table starters Choice of 1 Entrées Choice of 1 dessert Apple crumble with a fresh fruit skewer ADDITIONAL CHARGES: 1. All prices are subject to HST and service charge. 2. Prices do…

Modern Kosher Lunch Menu

Kosher lUNCH Menu Serve Up a Fantastic Modern Kosher Lunch What’s for lunch? Well, a lot more than you’d expect. Host a kosher luncheon in Toronto with menus inspired by cuisines from every continent where people live, prepared kosher under strict supervision from the Kashruth Council of Canada (COR). Lunch Options includes Your Choice of:…

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What is kosher food?

  “Keeping kosher” means eating in accordance with the Biblical and Rabbinical laws. This includes refraining from eating animals, which do not chew the cud and have completely cloven hooves, such as a pig, horse, dog or cat, or products therefrom. Seafood is not kosher, apart from fish with fins and scales. Fruits, vegetables, nuts…

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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, the Rabbi and others will make speeches before the official proceedings. The wedding ceremony may take place in the open air, at a synagogue, hotel…

Chanukah Celebration and Favourite Foods Eaten

  Chanukah is a Rabbinic Jewish celebration, commencing on the Hebrew (lunar) date of 25th Kislev (typically in December, but sometimes late November or early January) for eight days. Chanukah commemorates the victory of the Maccabees over the Greeks in 165 BCE (or 2178 years ago). At that time, the Greeks profaned the Second Holy…

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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 Midian. Boaz married Ruth the Moabite. These marriages worked because the wives were fully committed to every letter of the Jewish Law (Halachah) from the…

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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 small proportion of Levites were Cohens (priests). When the Jews were exiled from the land of Israel, most of the tribes were lost and the…

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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 take place, the local Jewish law court (Beth Din) request evidence, such as the Jewish marriage certificates (Ketubut) of the parents of the engaged couple…