Shabbat Evenings are Best Shared with Family and Friends
Fridays have been bringing Jewish families together for centuries, but in today's busy culture it's harder than ever to cook ahead of time and get everyone in one place. While you can always go out to eat at your favorite restaurant, an evening at home is more intimate and peaceful. With the all the work restrictions and requirements for keeping kosher, catering is the best way to get the ease of a restaurant meal at home. Explore our menu offerings to find out how we stick to traditions here at PaNosh Kosher Catering.
Keep your guests hungry for more by choosing appetizers from our meat or dairy menus, then mixing and matching with the rest of the pareve options. From modern dishes like sushi rolls to classic chopped liver, we've got plenty of small snacks to encourage mingling and chatting among Shabbat guests.
Salads and Soups
Follow with the next course of salads and soups, with all dairy and meat ingredients clearly marked and separated. Matzo Ball Soup may be what grandma used to serve, but you can also choose from alternatives like kosher versions of French Onion, Chili or Gazpacho.
For the most filling course, you can choose from five different categories to create the Shabbat centerpiece of your dreams. Brisket and roast chicken are the iconic choices, of course. On top of the herb-roasted bird, we've got fried chicken, a Jerusalem inspired dish with artichokes, kabobs, marsala, piccata and more. There are just as many options for the beef, fish, dairy and vegetarian/pareve groupings. Whether you grew up eating blintzes or vegetarian stir fry every Friday, we can recreate the Shabbat dinner of your childhood or help you make all new traditions.
Not looking for the traditional multiple course meal for this particular Shabbat celebration? Lighten up the mood with sandwiches or wraps for a more festive atmosphere. Finger foods like pinwheel sandwiches leave guests free to move around rather than being tied to the dinner table. If you want a sit-down meal but need lighter side dishes to suit your guests, add a few rice or vegetable dishes to your catering menu. Glazed carrots and twice baked potatoes round out the table for people who can't eat a pound of brisket in one sitting.
Shabbat is a far more spiritual event when you can relax and focus on spending time with your family rather than rushing to get everything done ahead of time. Call us at PaNosh Kosher Catering to arrange for a full delivery of delicious, freshly cooked food ready to unpack onto the dinner table. All you have to do is handle the dishes and spend the rest of the evening with your loved ones.