Chabad Tucson is once again running a pop-up kitchen to cater kosher meals for the Seder for those in Tucson’s Jewish community who will be remaining in their homes this Passover.
A carefully crafted menu will be offering a variety of delicious dishes. From lemon, Moroccan or poached salmon to chicken soup with matza balls, sweet citrus glazed chicken, chopped liver and classic brisket.
Side dishes include green salad, beet salad, cucumber salad, Mediterranean salad, potato kugel, sweet potato pie, tzimmes, mashed and roasted potatoes and roasted vegetables.
The menu provides options for both individuals and larger groups (10 people), as well as Seders To-Go options.
Orders should be placed by Thursday, March 18.
Also, to see their selection of kosher wine, visit ChabadTucson.com/wine
Passover 2021 begins on the evening of Saturday, March 27 and ends on the evening of Sunday, April 4.
On the first two nights, we hold a Seder. After candles have been lit, we enjoy a ritual-rich 15-step feast, which centers around telling the story of the Exodus.
Whether you will be celebrating alone or with others, here are a few useful links to help you prepare:
Sell your chametz: Use this form to complete the selling of your chametz before the holiday
Order catered meals: Delicious options and Seders-To-Go by Feigie Ceitlin and staff (deadline is Thursday, March 18)
Four cups: Select from a variety of wine and grape juice for your holiday
Handmade Matzah: Top quality Shmura Matzah baked in Ukraine
Feed the needy: Sponsor Passover meals and necessities for Tucsonans in need
Be in the know: Learn more about the holiday, print out a Haggadah and view recipes
Wishing you a happy, kosher and healthy Passover!
From all of us at Chabad Tucson