Sorry for the long absence of specials – we have had some events over the past few weeks.  One of them has been our biggest event to date and we have been doing a couple of bar mitzvahs and a few fundraisers.  Please keep us in mind – we would very much appreciate the opportunity to bid on any event you have coming up. Our friends in Indiana made a “Challah”ween a few years ago, and I thought the name was fantastic.  So here’s our special: “Challah”Ween Special (for $15 a portion): Appetizer: Pumpkin Challah or Pumpkin muffins Soup: Butternut Squash Soup Main Course: Chicken Roulade with Sundried tomatoes, spinach and white wine Sides: Jasmine rice with corn and red peppers Citrus Glazed Carrots Dessert: Chocolate peanut butter cups (parve) – $2 each portion (2 in each portion) For orders over $75 and in…

First, we have heard from a couple of people who have tasted all of our specials, that last week’s special was the best special so far.  For those who weren’t able to try the Spanish special when next we have it, try it! Please find the special below. We’re also providing Rosendorff challah to those who want and Sushi on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or for  Shabbos ($6 a roll – tofu, egg, salmon – tuna is $8 a roll). Korean Shabbos Special for $15 a portion, please order by Wednesday at noon: Appetizer: Fried Dumplings- kimchi with tofu, chives and onions Soup: Daikon Radish Soup (Moo Gook) Main Course: Olympic Seoul Chicken (chicken on bone, marinated, similar to a teriyaki chicken but with lots more garlic) Herbed Roasted Chicken Beef Bimbibop – korean hot pot with beef (an $8 upgrade – pot of rice with…

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,…

We got the inspiration for this special from a restaurant in Denver that serves 3 “dips” for each entree.  So, for our special – whichever entree you choose you will also get 3 sauces – each main entree will be broiled, roasted, or poached.  We give our recommendations below, however, you can mix and match.    Dipping Sauce Special – $15 a person – Please let us know if you are ordering by noon on Wednesday.    Appetizer: Cherry tomato stuffed with spinach dip Soup: Lentil Soup Main Course: Salmon or Tuna ($4 upgrade): Red Curry, Black Pepper Aioli, Cilantro Pesto Chicken: Red Curry, Dried Berry Chutney, Thai Peanut Sauce Beef ($10 upgrade): Carolina BBQ, Black Pepper Aioli and Cilantro Pesto Tofu : Dried Berry Chutney, Thai Peanut Sauce, Red Curry Sides (you can pick 2): Roasted Vegetables Sweet Potato Puree Jasmine Rice Dessert ($5 upgrade): Chocolate Decadence Cake with…

Hello – thank you to everyone who participated in the Menucha, Inc fundraiser — we sold 17 trays of lemon bars! We are *NOT* doing Super Bowl food this year.  We have events and can’t also do the Super Bowl food.  Sorry for anyone who wanted to order.  If you want to order Super Bowl food the week of the 29th – we can do that for you. Please find our special for Shabbos below, as per special request we are doing Southern food.  Please order the Shabbos special as soon as you know, preferably by noon on Wednesday. We’ll try to accommodate orders after that, but no guarantee. Thank you to Jeff Cohn for publishing our articles.  This week we have a recipe for hamantaschen and some tips on how to make your own Purim Baskets. http://www.sweetandgoodcatering.com/?p=1113 Don’t forget: you can order sushi from Tuesday to…

Hello – I hope everyone is doing well.  We are going to do something fun with our immensely popular lemon bars.  If you order our Lemon Bars this week (a 9×13 tray is $15) the entire $15 will be donated to Menucha, Inc.  A wonderful organization that supports Jewish children with disabilities (www.menuchainc.org). Please find our special for Shabbos below.  Please order the Shabbos special as soon as you know, preferably by noon on Wednesday.  We’ll try to accommodate orders after that, but no guarantee. Don’t forget: you can order sushi from Tuesday to Shabbos – $6 a roll.   $15 per person Japanese Special: Appetizer: Salmon Onigiri Ginger Fried Soybeans Soup: Kenchin-jiru (It’s a Japanese vegetable soup – it’s yummy) Fish: Sushi (for $6 a roll, tuna is $8) Main Course: Ginger Simmered Chicken Sides (you can pick 2): Salad with Ginger Dressing Steamed Rice Carrot, Taro…

As usual, we will continue having our sushi for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and for Shabbos. You can have raw fish, cooked fish, veggies, tofu, egg or any combination. $6 per roll (Tuna rolls are $8). This week we are making our immensely popular cajun special.  I am typically light on adding the spicy heat – so if you want it spicy hot you have to special request it. Appetizer Jalapeno Poppers – jalapeno with sweet peanut butter -baked. (Not as spicy as it sounds, and it is really very wonderful – you are supposed to eat the whole pepper at once, so that the the peanut butter cools down the pepper while you eat it). Fish Course: Fish Gumbo (includes okra) (for an additional $3 a serving) Main Course: Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya (has rice with it) or Cajun Chicken Side Dishes (you can pick 2):…

Hello!  Please find our first special of 2012 below. Next week we’re going to have our immensely popular Cajun Special – so look out for that (gumbo, jambalaya, dirty rice, bourbon bread pudding). As usual, we will continue having our sushi for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and for Shabbos. You can have raw fish, cooked fish, veggies, tofu, egg or any combination. $6 per roll (Tuna rolls are $8). First 2012 Special – $15 a person – Please let us know as soon as you know, preferably by noon on Wednesday. Appetizer: Samosa with Chutney Fish: Sushi – $6 a roll Soup: Spicy Curry Soup Main Course: Chicken Satay with peanut sauce Sweet and Sour Meatballs (for an additional $4.50) Sides (you can pick 2): Steamed Rice Mandarin Orange, Craisin Citrus Salad Grilled Red Peppers, Zucchini and squash with a little fresh basil Dessert: Chocolate Mousse…

Hello!  Please find our final special of 2011 below. We will be having a Super Bowl Special – so look out for that in the coming weeks.  Binyamin is pulling himself to standing and eating solid food (and whatever else he can).  Nava is lighting her own Menorah and we all have fun singing the dreidel song.  I hope everyone else is also having a happy Chanukah. As usual, we will continue having our sushi for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and for Shabbos. You can have raw fish, cooked fish, veggies, tofu, egg or any combination. $6 per roll (Tuna rolls are $8). “Israeli” Special – $15 a person – Please let us know as soon as you know, preferably by noon on Wednesday. Appetizer: Hummus dip and Pesto dip Fish (an additional $4 per serving): Baked Gefilte Fish with homemade sauce Soup: Matzah Ball Soup…

Hello – I hope everyone is doing well.  Please find our special for Shabbos below.  Please order the Shabbos Special as soon as you know, preferably by noon on Wednesday.  We’ll try to accommodate orders after that, but no guarantee. We will be putting together our famous latke bar for Chanukah this year; we will send out the menu next week. If you have a holiday party coming up, or you have a luncheon at the office – give us a chance to cater the event. Don’t forget: you can order sushi from Tuesday to Shabbos – $6 a roll. $15 per person Special: Appetizer: Crepes filled with onions and vegetables Soup: Potage Crecy (creamy carrot soup) Main Course: Coq Au Vin (Chicken in a wine sauce) Julia Child’s Boeuf Bourguignon ($10 upgrade) Sides (you can pick 2): Fresh Steamed Green Beans Potato Galettes (these are similar to homemade…

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…

Everyone should have an easy fast.  Thanks to Elisheva Rabinowitz for the opportunity to write about Jerusalem artichokes:  Find the article with a recipe for Herbed Quinoa here: http://www.sweetandgoodcatering.com/?p=90 Do you have a parlor meeting coming up?  Call us to cater the event for beautiful, gourmet delicious food! As usual, we will continue having our sushi for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and for Shabbos. You can have raw fish, cooked fish, veggies, tofu, egg or any combination. $6 per roll (Tuna rolls are $8). Delicious Special – For $15 a person (please order by Wednesday at noon): Appetizer: Cherry Tomatoes stuffed with Spinach dip Soup: Dual Toned Split Pea Soup (yellow and green) Main Course: Chicken and Broccoli in a wine sauce in a crepe (yum) Side Dishes: Miso Eggplant (sauteed eggplant with miso) Hasselback potatoes with red peppers and Thai chili sauce Asian Cabbage Salad (with…

On Tuesday and Thusday we will be doing 2 specials for the nine days (see below).  We have sushi rolls Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and for Shabbos – they are $6 each. “9 Days” SpecialsFor Tuesday night for $7 per person (must order by Monday at 3): Sudanese Lentils with Rice and carrots on the side with cookies (red lentils with lemon and spices – a filling yummy different meal) For Thursday $7 per person (order by Wednesday at noon): Ethiopian Butternut Squash Stew and Sourdough Crepes with string beans on the side with a lemon bar (you use the crepes to pick up the stew – very exotic and delicious!) Italiano Special – For $15 a person (please order by Wednesday at noon): Appetizer: Bruschetta Soup: Minestrone Main Course: Chicken Vesuvio (white wine and peas) Meat Ravioli (for an additional $5 instead of the chicken): Side Dishes…

We previously had a “dip” special, and for everyone who had tasted it – it became one of the favorite specials of *all time*.  In Denver there is a restaurant that is focused on sauces and serves 3 “dips” for each entree. For whichever protein you choose you will get 3 sauces – each main entree will be broiled, roasted, or poached. We have listed below our recommendations for the 3 sauces, however, you can mix and match. I would *strongly* recommend emailing me your dip choices, as opposed to calling, so that I don’t lose track of them. Dipping Sauce Special – $15 a person – Please let us know if you are ordering by noon on Wednesday Soup: “Cream” of Broccoli Soup Main Course: Chicken: Red Curry, Dried Berry Chutney, Thai Peanut Sauce Beef ($10 upgrade): Carolina BBQ, Black Pepper Aioli and…

First, we had a very successful kiddish over Shabbos – it was for 150 and was well received.  Please keep us in mind for any events you may have (Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, dinner parties, sheva brachas, vorts, brises, kiddishes, business lunches, etc). Our weekly special (the last time we had Indian was January!): Indian Special – $15 a person – Please let us know as soon as you know, preferably by noon on Wednesday. Appetizer: Samosas with Chutney (triangular pastry with potatoes and corn inside) Fish (an additional $8 per serving): Curried Salmon Soup: Daal Soup (a kind of light lentil) Main Course: Indian Dry Rub Roasted Chicken Chicken Curry with Almonds and Coconut Milk Citrus Glazed Lamb (this has ginger, orange, pineapple and lemon as well as Indian spices) (an additional $8) Sides (you can pick 2): Zucchini with Onions and Tomatoes Curried Corn and Potatoes Cilantro Garlic…

We just put up a new recipe on the website – homemade ice cream (made in zip lock bags – a great activity for children). We have our new camera, but we’re having difficulty loading the pictures. http://www.sweetandgoodcatering.com/?p=649 This Thursday night is Tu B’Shvat – the New Year for the trees. Lots of people celebrate the holiday by eating a lot of different fruit from trees (and especially the special species – dates, pomegranates, grapes, figs). Almonds (as you may already know) are also from trees, as are cashews. And speaking of the Brazilian special – the cashew is actually the stem of the caju fruit (grown in Brazil) and they roast the stems and then take the inside of the stem out which is what we eat as cashews. You can get sushi from Tuesday to Shabbos – $6 a roll. Brazilian Special…

Hooray!  Sukkot is here – one of our favorite holidays.  Nava helped build the sukkah (as she did last year) and we took fun pictures.  If only I could find our camera charger so I can upload some of those pictures.  This year, as last year, we went to our relative’s houses and helped prune their trees for our schach (the fun leaves and branches that go on top of the sukkah).  Nava helped mallet the metal frame in place, and helped Abba put up all the leaves.  And she helped put up the decorations.  This year, we had a light!  Last year we ate in the dark.  Next year, Jerusalem…. Sukkah Menu Fish Balls in a tomato based broth (***one of our Published Recipes!!!!) – 3 balls per serving (can have them over spaghetti, upon request) $4 ****FAMOUS Spinach and Herb Dip –…

For the YK pre/post seudah you can have Sweet and Good Catering’s World Famous Lasagna.  We got rave reviews from those who ordered it this year.  Perhaps, though, next year, we will figure out a  way that we can have fleishig’s for our own pre-fast meal.  Apparently all dairy all the time is not the way to go for a fast. Yom Kippur Pre or Post Seuda: Samosas $2 each (Indian pastry filled with potatoes and corn — with onion chutney an additional $2 a person ) Chana Masala $20 (Indian Chick Pea and tomato dish) Basmati Rice: $15 Lox, Chives and Herbs Light Cream Cheese: $15 for a tub Sweet Pecan Nut Kugel – $20 Spinach (and Red Peppers) Cheese Quiche $25 (9 inch circle) Salmon and Onion Quiche $30 (9 inch circle) Enchiladas filled with cheese, rice, beans and peppers $30 (9×13) World Famous…

Mexican Special  Mexican Special for $15: Appetizer: Corn Fritters with a basil infused tofutti sour cream Fish Course (an additional $4 a serving): Ceviche – where the fish is “cooked” through lemon juice (so it’s cured).  It comes with corn, red pepper and basil. Soup Course: Poblano Corn Chowder Main Course: Chicken with Mole Sauce – Mole sauce is a rich and deep sauce with chocolate and a few different chile peppers, among many other ingredients, it is a classic Mexican dish. Side Dishes (pick 2): Mexican Rice and Beans Deconstructed Tamales (with polenta on the bottom and beans and cumin and a touch of brown sugar) Stuffed Yellow Squash Avocado and orange Salad Dessert (for an additional $2 a serving): Chocolate Mexican Cookies (with pecans and cinnamon) Rosh Hashannah Menu Please make your RH order by Thursday, September 2nd.  We will try to…

Please find below our weekly special and our Rosh Hashannah Menu and our Simanim (Symbolic foods for RH) Special below: Indian Special. Please order as soon as you can, preferably by Wednesday August 25th at noon, thank you. Appetizer: Samosa (1) (Indian Puff Pastry with potatoes and corn) Onion Chutney (goes with the samosa) Soup: Indian Carrot Ginger Soup (delicately spiced and pureed) Main Course: Chicken Curry with Almonds and Coconut Milk or Indian Dry Rub Roasted Chicken (with Garam Masala, Tumeric, Cumin and other spices) Basmati Rice Side Dishes (Pick 2): Punjabi Green Mung Beans with Ginger Zucchini with Onions and Tomatoes Cumin Potatoes Fish course: (for an additional $6 a serving) Spicy Tilapia Curry with Coconut Sauce Dessert: Rice Pudding with Cardamom (for an additional $4 a serving) **You can order more Samosas for an additional $2 each. Rosh Hashannah Menu Please…

Please order by Wednesday at noon – or as soon as you know. For $17 a person you get: Dual Colored Soup (Red Lentil and Green Split Pea) Slow roasted brisket in a teriyaki sauce Garlic Mashed Potatoes (homemade) Carrot Souffle For an additional $5: Poached Salmon with a Dill sauce & Daikon and Jerusalem Artichoke Salad For an additional $5: Individual serving of Pavlova (beloved Australian meringue dessert) The Pavlova was created in or around 1926 in honor of Anna Pavlova – a Russian Prima Ballerina who visited both New Zealand and Australia in 1926.  Both New Zealand and Australia claim that they created this dish – it is a meringue/marshmallow creation in the shape of a volcano – which is filled with cream and fresh fruit.  Yum.