Tips For Keeping Kosher While Traveling

Posted on: 13 January 2020

Many Jewish people choose to eat kosher in order to follow Jewish dietary laws. Kosher foods have become increasingly popular and available, and most people have very little difficulty keeping kosher while at home. However, when traveling, especially traveling internationally, keeping kosher can be a little bit more challenging. Luckily, with a little bit of planning and effort, keeping kosher while traveling can be done, so you won't have to worry about consuming something that does not comply with your diet.
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5 Amazing Italian Appetizers For Your Wedding Rehearsal Meal

Posted on: 12 November 2019

A wedding rehearsal dinner in a private Italian restaurant following your wedding rehearsal is a perfect time to relax and enjoy the company of your family members and close friends in an informal setting. Rehearsal meals are meant to help lighten the mood after the rigors of structured formalities and perfect social behavior. These meal events also join wedding members in a way only good food and drink can. When it's time to place orders for appetizers that accompany drinks, consider a few of these Italian appetizers for your wedding party to enjoy.
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How To Set Up A Build-Your-Own Pizza Bar For A Party

Posted on: 10 September 2019

If you're looking for one type of food to serve at a party, you can't go wrong with pizza. As a fun twist on traditional pizza, consider setting up a build-your-own bar so that guests can make their own pies.  A build-your-own pizza bar is ideal for any type of special occasion, including both kids' and adults' birthday parties, baby and bridal showers, anniversary and graduation celebrations, holiday get-togethers, family and class reunions, and even casual wedding receptions.
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When Possible, Sit Outdoors For Your Seafood Restaurant Lunch

Posted on: 12 July 2019

When you choose to visit a local seafood restaurant for lunch — either with your family on the weekend or with a colleague or two during the workweek — the food is often your primary focus. While you'll be keen on perusing the menu and deciding what you'll eat, don't forget to think about where you want to sit, too. If you're lucky enough to be visiting a seafood restaurant in a coastal location, it may be located right on the water and have outdoor seating available for patrons.
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