Anyone have a good Oneg Shabbat menu?
My two children are becoming Bnai Mitzvah in Oct. and my caterer is unfamiliar with regular traditions for the community luncheon after the service. I would love some input for unique offerings.
We do not keep Kosher and it's a reform temple so food need not be "Kosher Blessed" just "Kosher Style" (no mixing of milk and meat).
The basics include:
Whitefish and/or Tuna Salad
Any interesting chowish ideas out there????
Not Kosher Blessed basically meansThe foods need not be Kosher certified nor certified by a Rabbi.
A mushroom or spinach Knish perhaps?
mini vegetarian egg rolls
How about kugel muffins? The caterers make them in different flavors in muffin pans-such as broccoli, squash, and potato. Theyb look nice and are easy to eat.