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Shappotluck

Friday, August 16, 2019 15 Av 5779

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR A KOSHER MEAL YOU WISH TO BRING

WE NEED APPETIZERS, MAIN COURSES, SIDE DISHES, AND DESERTS.

FOLLOW THE LINK TO ADD YOUR HOMEMADE OR STORE BOUGHT DISHES!

 

New CBO Kashrut Policy

Goals of our new Kashrut policy:

  1. By opening our meals to home cooked food in kosher kitchens, we facilitate people nourishing one another with the work of our hands.
  2. Educate people on the laws of kashrut and challenges them to be mindful when purchasing and preparing.
  3. Makes people active participants in community rather than passive recipients.
  4. Builds a stronger sense of intimacy and furthers our atmosphere of warmth.

 

Guidelines:

 

  1. All food brought in must be DAIRY or PARVE (kosher fish, grains, fruit or vegetables). Please do not bring meat cooked in your kitchen.
  2. No food cooked in someone’s kitchen (even a kosher kitchen) can enter the main kitchen off of the social Hall.
  3. Storage: Dairy fridge in Small kitchen (Not in the main kitchen). No Utensils from the synagogue may be used at a potluck. Serving dishes, containers, spoons, knives, forks… must be new and disposed of or stored separately in the small kitchen.
  4. Drop Off: People must drop off food before  Friday at 3 PM. People are welcome to drop food off Thursday evening.  If day time hours are a problem until 9:00 PM.
  5. Heating: Synagogue ovens will not be used to heat up items. We will use sternos or purchase a hot box.
  6. To contribute to a potluck, people can:
  • Buy something cooked at a kosher DAIRY restaurant (Bagel Boss, Bagel Plaza...)
  • Bring beverages, challah, baked goods, wine, cocktails (all with a kosher symbol)
  • Purchase kosher dips (hummus, guacamole, salsa...)
  • Purchase kosher cheese and crackers
  • If you keep a kosher home (only eat kosher meat and fish, and don't mix milk and meat, bring in unkosher products, keep separate dishes and utensils), feel free to cook/bake something with marked kosher ingredients and bring it. Fresh fruit, fresh vegetables, and fresh kosher fish do not need a kosher symbol. Everything else does require a symbol which can be found below.
  • If you don't keep a kosher home, make a cold salad (all cold uncooked kosher ingredients). Get creative and colorful!

All foods must have one of these symbols. Questions? Ask Rabbi, Joe, or Lorraine, or Cantor Kowitz.

Please let us know what your will be bringing when you register.

 

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