Saturday, April 7, 2012
Join us for a intergenerational celebration of Passover seder led by Eytan Graubart in the traditional style with lots of singing and participation.
Our seder will be catered by Shaul's Kosher Catering starting with the ritual foods, seder plates and wine at your table and moving to family style service for the seder meal maintaining the traditional style of Passover..
With the environment and green in mind, our seder plates are reusable from year to year, and we will be using bio-degradable plates, bowls, cutlery, and napkins. Although these items are bio-degradable, there is still quite a bit of waste involved with the seder. Therefore, we are asking seder participants to:
Bring your favorite reusable kiddish cup, wine or water glass to help reduce paper waste. Every little bit helps!
Matzo Ball Soup
Celery and Carrot Sticks, Olives & Pickles
Gefilte Fish and Horseradish
Honey Glazed Boneless Chicken Breast with Farfel Stuffing
Oven Roasted Mixed Vegetables
Passover Cakes and Cookies