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Kosher Catering for Wedding

Hello,

I am trying to plan my wedding in Miami and I'm having issues budgeting for catering. I am not observant but about 40% of the guests are. We would like to have an open bar as well as some hr devours.. I wish we could do it dairy instead of fleshyik (my future mother in law look like she wanted to kill me after I said that). I figure plating the food instead of the buffet would also help (I already called one and he said buffet 92 dollars a person with no hor devours(?)). If anyone has been to a wedding miami and can help suggest someone let me know or has any idea how much it would cost.

Help me!

Kosher Catering for Wedding

Hello,

I am trying to plan my wedding in Miami and I'm having issues budgeting for catering. I am not observant but about 40% of the guests are. We would like to have an open bar as well as some hr devours.. I wish we could do it dairy instead of fleshyik (my future mother in law look like she wanted to kill me after I said that). I figure plating the food instead of the buffet would also help (I already called one and he said buffet 92 dollars a person with no hor devours(?)). If anyone has been to a wedding miami and can help suggest someone let me know or has any idea how much it would cost.

Help me!

Jul 18, 2012
HalluxCook in Kosher

kid & husband pleasing dinners?

There's a lot of excellent can be made kosher recipes online for the crockpot 365 crock potting a day.

Tuna Casserole-try using the imagine brocoli cheese soup I believe its pareve my MIL uses it

chicken thighs do really really well in the crockpot you can make bbq sauce and add some onion into a 4 qt crockpot and let it go for 6 hours (I used to do this all the time and there are some recipes online with more specific directions if you are interested)

One really easy recipe I used to make with my crockpot was browning some beef (or ground turkey-which I would then add a little chicken consomme to for flavor) then taking some jarred pasta sauce (barrilla I believe is kosher) adding whatever veggies I wanted and I would have a nice meat sauce right before you are ready to serve you can add frozen ravioli or kreplach for the last 20 minutes till its cooked or boil some pasta to add.

Also cholent without the beans is delicious during the week....;)

Feb 01, 2012
HalluxCook in Home Cooking