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Food

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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!

Food prices will be posted closer to the festival. All food can be purchased with tickets. Tickets can be purchased at any of the ticket booths, or from the walking ticket sellers. 1 ticket = $1.00

 MENU

Deli Sandwiches:

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

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

 

Kosher Hot Dogs:

Kosher Hot Dog with chips:

add sauerkraut:

 

Knishes & Kosher Pickles:

Square Potato Knish:

Round Potato & Onion Knish:

Whole Kosher Pickle:

 

Bagels (Plain or Everything) & Bialys:

with Cream Cheese:

with Cream Cheese and Lox:

add tomato and onion:

 

Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls:

Bowl (served hot):

Quart (frozen to go):

 

Noodle Kugel:

Hot:

Frozen to go:

 

Falafel Sandwich (vegetarian):

Falafel, hummus, Israeli salad, and tahini with pita:

 

Baked Goods:

Hamentaschen (Fruit filled pastry served at Purim):

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

Rugelach (Crescent shaped cookie filled with raisins and nuts):

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

Black and White Cookie:

Mandelbrot (Mandel Bread) (Twice baked cookie similar to biscotti):

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

Large:

Mini:

Fresh Baked Challah

Knots:

Small:

Large:

 

Kids’ Zone:

Popcorn:

Cotton Candy:

 

Beverages:

Bottled Water:

Dr. Brown’s Soda (Cream soda, black cherry, root beer, ginger ale, cel-ray):

Egg Cream:

Coffee (regular or decaf):

Hot Chocolate:

Hot Tea:

Preyer Brewing Company Beer:

 

Menu subject to change.

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