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Announcing the Launch of our New Website

By  Oz Catering |   | Posted in " Catering Companies in San Francisco, Catering Services Bay Area, Corporate Catering, Special Event Catering, Wedding Catering "

We are delighted to announce the launch of our new website!

The goal of our new website is to provide our existing and prospective customers a simple yet interactive view of us and the services we offer. Stay tuned on to our blog posts for refreshing new ideas! You can also sign up here to keep up with all the exciting stuff! For any enquiries and feedback, please write to us at idit@ozcatering.net or call us at 415-505-5529 …

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Israeli salad with grilled Halloumi cheese

By  Mock Webware |   | Posted in " Grilled Halloumi cheese, Halloumi cheese, Israeli salad, Recipes "

Category : Recipes

Following my 1st blog, here is another culinary tale from my last visit to Israel. In my early 20’s, I was hired as a chef at a Creperie in Jerusalem. Over the 3 years that I’ve worked there, I’ve become very close friends with the owner Ziva, an amazing woman who has a flair, which comes across in her cooking as well as her personality. When I visited Ziva and her husband Nissim, She made a fantastic, seemingly simple and yet delicious, Vegetable salad, with grilled Halloumi cheese. I always say that the fruits & vegetables in Israel taste the best,……

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Maklouba

By  Mock Webware |   | Posted in " Maklouba, Recipes "

Category : Recipes

In my early 20’s, I worked as a waitress at Jan’s Tea House in Jerusalem, which was a very unique establishments owned by 2 partners- a Dutch & a Palestinian men. Jan’s was located under The Jerusalem Theater, and it had a bit of “being in a cave” feeling to it. There were only 2 tables for seating; the rest were large pillows placed on the floor. The place had plenty of carpets and Middle Eastern décor all around. I enjoyed working there since there was a lot of interaction with the guests, and it didn’t quite feel like going to work,……

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Tips on planning a Bar/Bat Mitzvah Celebration

By  Mock Webware |   | Posted in " Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, Jewish Catering "

Category : Jewish Catering

Your child’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah is a special day and you want every detail of the celebration to be absolutely perfect. Food has always been a very important component of any event so finding a good caterer and creating a memorable menu that will leave your guests delighted are important tasks. You should hire your catering company about six months in advance. This will make sure that you get your 1st choice without needing to compromise. Your first step is to determine where you’ll be hosting the Bar/Bat Mitzvah celebration since this may limit your choice of caterers. Many venues such as reception……

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Tomato Salad

By  Mock Webware |   | Posted in " Recipes, Tomato Salad "

Category : Recipes

One of the things I enjoy about the summer is the flavor of tomatoes. Yes we get them year round, but as we all know, they taste best in the summer, especially the heirloom tomatoes. I had a bunch of heirlooms left from an Oz Catering gig, where I’ve made the good old Caprese salad to my client’s request, and I wanted to try and create something different. I basically use what I had in my fridge and created a bed of chopped Romaine lettuce because I love the crunch of it. On top I’ve arranged wedges of Heirloom tomatoes, wedges of……

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Grandma Rodgers Apple Cake

By  Mock Webware |   | Posted in " Apple Cake, Cherry Walnut Cake, Recipes "

Category : Recipes

When I married John a year and a half ago, not only did I win a sweet& wonderful man, but I have gained a warm family AND the recipe to this mouthwatering apple walnut cake. The story goes (told me by John’s mother – Anna) that way back, John’s family had apple orchards and they had to find use for all the apples that fell off the trees so they don’t go to waste, so grandma Rodgers- John’s grandmother, use to make this apple cake. I “discovered “this cake on one of my first visits to John’s mother’s house. She made it……

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Traditional Shakshuka

By  Mock Webware |   | Posted in " Jewish Catering, Recipes, Traditional Shakshuka "

Category : Jewish Catering, Recipes

2 weeks ago we had a house guest for a week- my cousin’s son Guy, who was on his way back to Israel from 9 months of backpacking all over South America. It was a lovely visit with him, and on his last day he wanted to make us dinner, telling me that he brushed up on his cooking skills while traveling. He made us a mouthwatering, delicious Shakshuka- an egg dish that is usually eaten for breakfast in Israel, but can be served as part of a light supper. I use to make Shakshuka when I catered for groups on……

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Last post from my Israel series

By  Mock Webware |   | Posted in " Recipes, Roasted Beet Salad "

Category : Recipes

What I remember most from my years of growing up, is the time I hang out in the kitchen with my mom. First as a very young child my mom would give me few bowls, one filled with assorted dry beans, and the other ones empty, into which I could transfer the beans sorting them by sizes/color…. This kept me occupied while my mom cooked for the guests who stayed at my parent’s bed & breakfast. When I grew a little older, my mother started teaching me the art of cooking. She was a very good home cook, and all 4……

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Coconut Vanilla Cake

By  Mock Webware |   | Posted in " Coconut Vanilla Cake, Recipes "

Category : Recipes

INGREDIENTS 1 cup unsweetened shredded coconut – Toasted to golden brown, and chilled. In a mixer or a whisk, mix together the following, then add the toasted coconut: 4 eggs 320 gram /Just ¼ inch shy of 2 cups Instant vanilla pudding powder ¼ cup sugar 1 cup canola oil 1 heaping tsp baking powder 2 tsp vanilla extract Grated orange / lime 1TBS orange blossom water Bake at 350 in an loaf cake pan (30 cm by 12) for 60 min, or until a toothpick that’s inserted in the center comes out dry. Sprinkle w/ powdered sugar. …

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