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Frequently Asked Questions About OZ Catering

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

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If you are in the process of planning an event, you will find that more often than not, you have more questions about the catering than answers. However, this doesn’t always have to be the case. At OZ Catering, we understand how difficult planning an event can be, so to help make your job a lot less stressful, we have answered some of the most frequently asked questions about working with OZ Catering. 1. Can you send us a quote for our event? All our proposals are customized. To design a menu and a proposal that suits your needs most accurately, we would like……

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Season’s Greetings from OZ Catering

By  Oz Catering |   | Posted in " Apple Cake, Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, Catering Companies in San Francisco, Catering Services Bay Area, Coconut Vanilla Cake, Corporate Catering, Grilled Halloumi cheese, Israeli salad, Jewish Catering, Maklouba, Recipes, Roasted Beet Salad, Tomato Salad "

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The OZ Catering team wishes you the happiest of holidays this season. May the New Year be filled with joy, health, and prosperity.

The OZ Catering team wishes you the happiest of holidays this season. May the New Year be filled with joy, health, and prosperity. I’d like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to my wonderful clients. Thank you from the Oz Catering team! Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year 2019! We would like to remind our clients that we are offering a 5% discount on weddings that are booked in January 2019. If you need any assistance from us during the holiday season, feel free to get in touch with us by clicking here. …

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Employee Spotlight: Guy Paulson

By  Oz Catering |   | Posted in " Apple Cake, Catering Companies in San Francisco, Catering Services Bay Area, Cherry Walnut Cake, Coconut Vanilla Cake, Grilled Halloumi cheese, Jewish Catering, Roasted Beet Salad, Special Event Catering, Tomato Salad, Traditional Shakshuka, Wedding Catering "

Employee Spotlight: Guy Paulson

Meet Guy Paulson, bartender and server at OZ catering. Guy started his OZ Catering career ten years ago and has a bright future ahead.

Meet Guy Paulson, bartender and server at OZ catering. Guy started his OZ Catering career ten years ago and has a bright future ahead. It’s tough to put into words Guy’s importance, but the reason we’re featuring him on our blog this month is to showcase our appreciation for his efforts. Guy has quite the reputation amongst employees who know him as well as among our clients. What makes Guy unique is that he routinely foresees the client’s needs and ensures that they’re met, making him extremely loved by clients. He invariably goes the extra mile, takes the initiative, and makes OZ Catering look good. Guy has genuine……

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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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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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