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An event would not be Jewish without lots of fabulous food! Our volunteers have been cooking and baking delicious traditional Jewish foods and pastries. Israeli and Mediterranean dishes are on the menu, too!

Ticket costs will be posted soon.


Brisket Plate (Brisket, challah & noodle kugel)

Middle Eastern Plate (Vegetarian! Falafel, hummus, tabouli salad & pita)

Pastrami Sandwich (On rye with pickle spear, sauerkraut & condiments)

Corned Beef Sandwich (On rye with pickle spear, sauerkraut & condiments)

Matzah Ball Soup (2 matzoh balls in chicken broth)

Soup and Half Sandwich (Choice of pastrami or corned beef sandwich)

Hebrew National Kosher Hot Dog

Kid’s Plate (One Kosher hot dog served with 1 potato latke)

Noodle Kugel

Potato Latkes  (Served with apple sauce and sour cream)

Sampler Plate (1 cheese blintz w/ fruit topping, 1 potato latke and side of kugel)

Whole Kosher Dill Pickle

Hummus and Pita

Blintzes (Crepe with cheese filling served with fruit topping)

Bagel w/Cream Cheese

Bagel w/Nova Lox



Hamentaschen (Fruit filled pastry served at Purim)

Rugelach (Crescent shaped cookie filled with rasisins and nuts)

Strudel (Flaky layered pastry with a sweet filling)

Macaroons (Cookie made from egg whites and coconut. Eaten at Passover)

Mandel Bread (Twice baked cookie similar to biscotti)

Matzah Brittle (Matzah baked with caramel, chocolate and nuts)

Black and White Cookie

Chocolate Babka (Yeast-based chocolate swirl cake with streusel topping




Dr. Brown’s Soda (Cream soda and black cherry)

IBC Rootbeer


Not sure what a blintz is? Never heard of hamentaschen? Click the here to learn about the foods that are traditional in so many Jewish homes.