Beth Shalom Synagogue Presents:
7th Annual Bubbie’s Brisket and Bakery
A Jewish Food Extravaganza!
Sunday, November 22, 2015
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Video from our 2014 Bubbie’s Brisket & Bakery
Video from our 2013 Bubbie’s Brisket & Bakery
Bubbie is reminding us to mark our calendars for November 22, 2015 at Beth Shalom Synagogue from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. where we can all enjoy homemade, kosher delectable foods prepared under Bubbie’s direction right in the Beth Shalom kitchen.
We cornered Bubbie in the kitchen at Beth Shalom where she was busily directing her helpers putting up pickles so they will be ready for November. Bubbie told me that homemade horseradish and potato knishes will be on the menu for the very first time. She loves to cook all of her grandmother’s Jewish recipes. You will love to eat them!
Some of the other kosher prepared foods include everyone’s favorites: Brisket, Corned Beef Sandwiches, Tzimmes, Matzah Ball Soup, Falafel, Stuffed Cabbage, Sweet and Sour Meatballs, Kugel, and Israeli Salad. You can even purchase brisket (with sauce) and corned beef by the pound for the very first time. Bubbie said not to forget our homemade Challah, Rugelach, and Mandel Bread. There will be many other kosher surprises awaiting you at Beth Shalom. And so we can have a little extra fun, there is an auction during the day.
Bubbie also wants to remind you that this Jewish Food Extravaganza will help sponsor many of the activities for the Synagogue, as well as some community projects like Harvest Hope Food Bank, and Bubbie’s personal favorite, the Tuesday with Friends program.
There are still opportunities left to help Bubbie with her Jewish Food Extravaganza! You could sponsor a food station like the Matzah Ball Soup table, in honor of, or in memory of, a loved one. If that is not your schtick, you can bake for Lil’s Bakery or volunteer to work the day of Bubbie’s Jewish Food Extravaganza.
Bubbie said you should give her a call.
Join us Sunday, November 22, 2015 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Beth Shalom Synagogue!
Bring a big appetite! Many of the desserts and dishes will be great for your guests at Thanksgiving and Chanukah!