Leba Dinovitz took some stellar pictures.  She was amazing, as was Tzivi D. – the food stylist…. first picture being the delicious delectable chocolate mousse in a chocolate cup. Our Indian Samosa – (Leba D. Photo) always a fan favorite appetizer. 7 Spiced Seared Tuna -(Leba D. photo)  another fantastic appetizer – normally served with a dot of wasabi cream. Always a good time for sushi (Leba D. photo) One of our signature dishes – the zucchini weave with cous cous inside (although sometimes it’s rice, quinua or stuffing – photo by Leba D).

Appetizer: Almond Onigiri (rice ball seasoned with soy sauce and spices with almonds) Soup: Miso Soup (with tofu and seaweed) Fish: Sushi (for an additional $6 a roll, tuna is $8) Main Course: Teriyaki Chicken or Sesame Chicken Sides (you can pick 2): Daikon and cucumber salad with Ginger Dressing Miso Eggplant Rice logs (although these look more like discs) Dessert: Individual Chocolate Peanut Butter Pies -$5 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. Bracha 410.358.6646 www.sweetandgoodcatering.com 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,…

Hello!  This week’s special is Japanese! $15 per person Special: Please order as soon as you know and if you can by Wednesday at noon. Appetizer: Onigiri (baked rice balls, a very popular snack in Japan with almonds and soy sauce, slightly sweet) Fish (an additional $6 per roll): Sushi! (mock crab, salmon, avocado, tofu, egg, etc – tell us what you would like) Soup: Miso Soup with tofu cubes, mushrooms and nori (seaweed) Main Course: Teriyaki Chicken (white off the bone) or “S&G” Beef Sukiyaki  – This is a soup with very thin slices of the beef with vegetables.  A classic Japanese dish.  This will be $25 for the special (instead of the chicken) Sides (you can pick 2): Miso Eggplant Rice Wok Sauteed Veggies (carrots, zucchini, onions, etc) Dessert: Mini Lemon Meringue Pies (ask for price if interested) Chocolate Chip Cookies $10 for 2 dozen For orders over $75…

Hello! We have a number of events this week and now will *not* be having a special.  However, you can still get sushi Thursday and for Shabbos, if you would like. We have a Sushi/Japanese Cooking Class this week!  It is Thursday night, please email me if you would like additional information. We’re going to have bamboo mats for everyone to use to roll their own sushi, we’re going to make our own sushi rice, pickle our own ginger, make our own tofu, make flower “designer” sushi as well as the “normal” sushi.  Dragon rolls, inside out rolls, squares, we’ll have a lot of fun things (and we’ll have lots of tips).  Not to mention – the non-sushi food we’re going to have – including fun Onigiri (which are rice cakes), miso soup, gyozo, teriyaki chicken, daikon and cucumber salad among other things….  If…

We continue to have a very good response to our sushi.  You can have fresh sushi Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday – with the added choice of having sushi for Shabbos as well.  We make all kinds – with raw fish, spicy, sashimi, with veggies, tofu, egg, california roll, and specialty rolls – whatever you would like.  There are 8 pieces to the normal roll ($6 per roll). Italian Special: For $15 a person (please order by Wednesday at noon): Appetizer: Bruschetta Fish Course (for an additional $8): Italian Fish and Vegetables in Papillotte (baked in an airtight container of parchment paper so that the fish steams and looks like a little package) Soup: Minestrone Main Course: Chicken Vesuvio (white wine, peas and potatoes) Meat Course (for an additional $5 instead of the chicken, an additional $10 if also having chicken): Pasta Bolognese Side Dishes…

First, one of our eagle eye readers (Debbie S.) – found a website where there might be kosher kobe beef.  The company is called Stube Ranch, and it says they have some kind of kosher beef.  I’ve left a message and we’ll see.  Perhaps for the next Japanese special we’ll have real Kobe beef!  That would be exciting. Next, while we were in Israel, all of the Asian products were easily accessible.  Soybean paste (in a variety of colors), a variety of seaweed, everything was easily gotten at the shuk – not to mention all of the spices.  The truth is, we have found mostly everything here as well – except for the soybean paste.  But we know it exists – so next Japanese special we should be able to special order it (it is used for Miso soup). We found a new Asian market…

This week we will have Hot Wing Wednesday – we have gotten very good responses from the people who have eaten our hot wings.  If you would like to try them, order them and enjoy! Order by Tuesday night and get them on Wednesday around 6pm. Get fresh hot wings (Upon request will include celery and tofutti sour cream) – A dozen for $7 2 Dozen for $12 Japanese Special for $15 Miso Soup Gyoza Dumpling (2) – Japanese Dumpling (the gyoza dumpling originated in China, but since the 17th century, it has been a favorite appetizer in Japan, and they have taken it as their own – with cabbage and other vegetables). Teriyaki Chicken You can pick 2 side dishes: Cucumber and Daikon Salad (Daikon is a kind of radish, light) Broiled Eggplant Soba Noodle Dish – cold noodles Additions: Sushi – specialty sushi…