Retraction from last special: the new baby’s name is Yehuda Ephraim! Binyamin Eliyahu is his big brother….Weekly special is below, please order by Wednesday at noon, if you can.
$15 per person Shabbos Special:
- Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes with spinach dip (a big crowd pleaser) or Carrot Ginger Dip
- Sushi ($6 per roll for Salmon or veg, $8 for tuna)
Sides (you can pick 2):
- Quinoa Salad
- Sauteed Zucchini and Tomatoes
- House Salad
- Chocolate Mousse: $2.50 per portion
For orders over $75 and in the eruv, there is free delivery. For orders under $75 there is a $5 delivery charge or you can pick up.
If anyone would like to send me ideas on specials – we would very much like to hear from you, send us an email or post a message on the website.
Please keep us in mind if you are having a dinner party, sheva brachos, vorts, etc during the week – we would very much appreciate the opportunity to put together some delicious food for your special occasions.
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- 2 1/4 cup Crushed oreos
- 1/2 cup chopped small pecans (or nut of your choice)
- 1/4 cup corn syrup
- 1/4 cup strawberry preserves (or could use cherry, or whatever preserves you like – this cuts through the sweetness)
- 3/4 cup powdered sugar
- 1/2 cup powdered sugar for rolling
If you bought whole oreos it’ll be about 28 oreos to make 2 1/4 cups of crumbs. Food process the oreos, then add pecans and process those. Then add the rest of the ingredients (except for the powdered sugar for rolling). If you do not have a food processor, you can crush the oreos with a knife (or put them in a bag and use a rolling pin) and then chop up the pecans small and add the rest of the ingredients. Then mix until combined. Then take a tablespoon (or so) and roll into a ball, then roll into the extra powdered sugar. Then voila – you have a *very* sweet dessert. We made these for a class yesterday and they were a huge hit. I found it sweet (I would cut down the powdered sugar to 1/4 cup or so), but everyone else seemed to like it and took seconds.
Sweet and Good Catering not only catered our wedding, they’ve catered intimate dinner parties in our home as well. Their menu is to die for, a varied and savory mix of ethnic temptations. Every bite is literally saturated with taste, bursting with a new flavor surprise for your palette. The originality and quality of the food offerings is paralleled only by their presentation. Bracha, company owner, is a gourmet genius. I’ve never witnessed such a combination of loving preparation, professionalism, and attention to detail. Until Sweet and Good Catering, it was impossible, to find local catered food that is on par with the quality and ethnic variety of that available in Los Angeles or New York. I love that I can order Cajun, French, Mexican or Moroccan-themed meals, to name a few, and that the food arrives elegantly packaged and easy to serve. Plus, it’s startling how affordable the prices are, exactly the same, or less, than what I’d be paying for bland, traditional take-out.
You MUST try the homemade pesto – it’s the best I’ve ever tasted – and the samosas with chutney. And there aren’t any words to describe the avocado and apple salad, it’s an entirely new level of sensory experience.
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