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SPONSORING A KIDDUSH AT RODEF SHALOM

Sponsoring a Kiddush, in full or in part, is a wonderful way to share a simcha with your Rodef Shalom “family”.  Below is information about costs and Kiddush menu choices.  Please contact Michele Campbell, Executive Director, at 303-399-0035 or michele.campbell@rodef-shalom.org if you are interested.

The Basic Kiddush

This includes a buffet of tuna salad, egg salad, sliced challahs, gluten free crackers and a “house selection” of sweets. Beverages are lemonade, coffee, decaf, tea selection and ice water.  Also included are sliced challahs, wine and grape juice shots for blessings, standard table linen and disposable “eco friendly” guest wares.

You can also enhance a Kiddush. Possible items include:

 

MINIATURE BAGELS
freshly prepared, served open face with garnish

  • Lox slices and cream cheese
  • Lox and cream cheese spread
  • Whitefish salad
  • Cream cheese
  • Cream cheese with fresh fruit garnish

SPREADS AND BREADS PRESENTATION
choices of listed spreads presented with a cascade of sliced breads, mini bagels, crackers and pita

  • Salmon salad
  • Whitefish salad
  • Hummus
  • Smoked trout salad
  • Capanata
  • Olive tapenade

COLD FISH PRESENTATIONS

  • Poached salmon with cucumber dill sauce
  • Herb and pistachio crusted salmon
  • Herring presentation; cream and wine with sliced breads, mini bagels and crackers
  • Gefilte fish with homemade red horseradish
  • Seared ahi tuna on wonton strips, Asian vegetables, topped with a curried ginger sauce

HOT DISHES

  • Cheese blintzes with sauce
  • Noodle kugel with choice of apricots or cranberries
  • Spinach ricotta soufflé
  • Philo triangles with feta cheese and spinach
  • Chili Relleno casserole
  • Roasted vegetables and mozzarella cheese on French bread croutons
  • Penne pasta with Alfredo Sauce and / or Marinara Sauce
  • Pizza bagels
  • Quiches
    • Artichoke heart and cheddar
    • Broccoli and mushroom
    • Sundried tomatoes and mozzarella
    • Miniature knishes; potato and garlic or roasted vegetable

FRESH SALAD AND FRUIT PRESENTATIONS

  • Fresh fruit presentation with pineapples, melons and berries
  • Fresh fruit skewers
  • Raw vegetables with choice of dip
  • Marinated vegetables and penne pasta
  • Asian pasta salad
  • Wild rice and vegetable salad
  • Israeli salad
  • Pomodoro with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, basil and balsamic vinaigrette
  • Caesar salad with homemade croutons
  • Marinated cucumbers and onions
  • Eggplant salad
  • Field green salad with cucumbers, jicama, red peppers, grape tomatoes, fresh raspberries and raspberry vinaigrette
  • Pasta salad fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, basil black olives, shaved Bermuda onion and balsamic vinaigrette
  • Asian vegetables topped with wonton strips, seared ahi tuna and a curried ginger dressing
  • Quinoa salad with marinated vegetables
  • Sliced orange and avocado salad on field greens topped with a lemon vinaigrette

ACCOMPANIMENTS

  • Deviled eggs
  • Hummus and / or Baba Ganoush with pita triangles
  • Cheese presentation with fine crackers
  • Greek presentation with Greek olives, feta cubes and pita triangles

 

DESSERTS AND SWEETS
Either whole cakes and pies with wait staff slicing to order; or a variety miniature “pick-up” sweets.  All desserts are homemade. 

 

MINI “PICK-UP” SWEETS

  • Brownies
  • Mandel bread
  • Chocolate dipped chocolate chip cookies
  • Chocolate dipped homemade ginger snaps
  • Rugaleh
  • Apple strudel
  • Cheese strudel
  • Custard tarts with fresh fruit
  • Chocolate dipped ginger snaps
  • Cheesecake squares
  • Key lime bars
  • Hello Dolly Bars
  • Chocolate Oblivion Diamonds (flourless chocolate)
  • Lemon bars
  • Baklavah 
  • Chocolate dipped strawberries
  • Homemade ice cream and cookie sandwich
  • Miniature cream puffs
  • Miniature éclairs 
  • Oreo bombs
  • Variety of homemade cookies
  • Cheesecake brownies

WHOLE CAKES AND PIES

  • Chocolate dipped strawberry shortcake
  • Kahlua torte
  • Lemon torte with fresh raspberries
  • Variety of homemade cheesecake
  • Key lime pies
  • Fresh peach or mixed berry pies in almond crust
  • Specialty “Mitzvah” cakes

ICE CREAM BARS WITH ALL THE FIXINGS

Request To Sponsor A Kiddush

Do you have a simcha that you want to share with the congregation? What better way to do it than to sponsor or co-sponsor a kiddush?

All you have to do is fill in your information below and Mark Millenson will contact you about scheduling.

Please note, our fabulous in-house caterer typically needs a few weeks notice in advance for a kiddush. If you are looking to upgrade a kiddush in the next few weeks, please email Michele

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