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Monday, March 17, 2014

Passover 2014

Passover 2014 Menu is Live! Get it while it's hot!

http://menu.innaskitchen.com/menus/Passover2014.pdf

If you have any issues with viewing the menu online let me know and I can send it as an attachment. If you can't drop off or fill out a form in person we can take your order over the phone.
Deadline to order is Friday, April 4th, approximately 3 weeks from today. We expect it will be a very busy holiday compared to last year and we will stop taking orders after the deadline, so please, please, please order before then as it's painful for us to say no.

We are normally closed on Mondays but will be open for pickups on Monday April 14th, that's the first night of Passover. We will be closed on Tuesday for the first day of Passover. We will be open the rest of Passover and will have Passover Style offerings - think matzo lasagna. I do not plan on making soft matzo again though, that'd be a full-time job in itself.

Best,

Alex

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Thanksgivukkah

Thanksgivukkah! Order Deadline is Wednesday, November 20th.

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There are a couple new items on the menu, including a few that are in honor of Thanksgivukkah  (such as the Corn Latkes and Pumpkin-Apple Latkes).
Also new is Veggie Chopped Liver! 

Another very special item is Kalduni - Belorussian Meat-stuffed Latkes.
I joke that Kalduni are the reason my dad married my mom. If you think latkes are labor intensive... these are are even more so. Definitely something you won't find anywhere else. They are served with a mushroom and onion gravy. We've done them every year and they've become more and more popular as people find out about them. People ask for them all year but unless you order a bunch they are only available during Hanukkah.

  We will have a few other items available at the deli. Mostly baked goods that we want to experiment with - cranberry lemon squares, pumpkin cookies... I will try to post new items online so you can order some things ahead of time.
  I know people will be asking for GF Sufganiyot but I don't plan to make them unless I have good luck making them without a deep fryer -- deep frying them on the stove was too much work last year (if anybody has a spare deep fryer they want to lend me that could work too.)

NOTE: It's been a long two weeks since Inna was with her family in Israel till this past Saturday. Sorry it took so long to make this available. A few of you called while Inna was away and I had to tell you to wait till this week to order because I, Alex, had my hands full. Now that Inna is back we're excited to continue trying new things and growing!
  Things to look forward to (hopefully before new years!): Cooking classes, special dinner pre-order items, dinner pre-order delivery, gluten-free mail-order, and some exciting new offerings at the deli (hot hummus anybody?!)

All the best!

Alex
Turkey Roulade

Pumpkin-Apple Pie! (Not on the order form but maybe you'll get lucky when I make it again at the deli).


Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Rosh Hashanah 2013 Menu

Rosh Hashanah is around an early corner this year. You can download our order form here:
http://menu.innaskitchen.com/menus/RoshHashanah2013Form.pdf
Deadline to order is Tuesday, August 27.

Got some new items on the menu...
- Inna's mothers' beef tzimmes with dried fruits!
- A Sephardic sorghum grain dish! - Sorghum is much like Israeli cous-cous but it's actually a whole grain, nutritious and tasty (and gluten-free).
- Turkish style green beans with leeks and carrots.
- Ashkenazi style sunshine carrot coins
- Za'atar Roast Cauliflower!

We'll have the new dishes available in the coming weeks before the order deadline for tasting!

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Checkout the new Whiteboard up top (at the top of the website). I plan to use that to post our daily soups, specials, and updates.

Also, Chanukah is just around the corner! Will post an order form for that too. We'll be doing  Kalduni soon! (AKA Meat-stuffed Latke's) Something you may not find anywhere else outside of Belarus!

Monday, August 20, 2012

Rosh Hashanah 2012! Taking Orders

The first night of Rosh Hashanah is Sunday September 16th! We will be open that Sunday for order pickups and we will be closed on Monday the 17th. We are now taking orders and the deadline to order is September 10th. Here is a link to the order form: 
 This is our second Rosh Hashanah so we are very excited about taking way more orders than we were able to last year. That was our first major holiday so it was a major learning experience. Since then we have expanded our production capacity with more work space and we have another larger walk-in refrigerator. This should allow us to make pick-up much smoother as we will be able to put orders together ahead of time. The fact that it's on a Sunday also helps since we will only be open for order pick-ups.

We also simplified our menu. We are making Kreplach again so this is a rare opportunity to try ours. Gefilte Fish is huge as well since we make it the traditional way from whole fish (see pic below). We added apples to our noodle kugel, though if people request kugels without apples or raisins we can do that too. Of course making honey loaf cakes and teiglach too!

We are also trying to get ALL of our vegetables and apples from local farms. That includes the cabbage for the stuffed cabbage, the collards for the stuffed collard greens, squash, apples, cauliflower, broccoli, potatoes... maybe onions too.

Before it becomes gefilte fish.
Teiglach!
Putting in our new worktop refrigerator after hours. Doubling our worktop capacity in the kitchen!
Finished Gefilte with our very potent homemade horseradish.


Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Passover Menu and Kosher Meat

It is very exciting going through holidays for the first time as a business. Each one is a huge learning experience, especially figuring out what the most popular items in the community are. We are taking good notes so everything will go smoother next time around (especially so as not to run out of food). So... passover starts in just one month from today!

We tried to keep the menu simple but filled with traditional items (From Scratch Gefilte Fish!)-- Kalduni are a very traditional dish in our family too, can you imagine giant meat-stuffed-latkes?


As of today all the meat products are made with Glatt Kosher Certified Meat (with a couple exceptions such as the meat knishes). There is now an "Our Kosher Style" link in the menu above where I have briefly outlined some of our kashrut related items. This switch has been in the works for about a month and as word has spread we have seen more excitement about it. Today we cooked our first kosher roast beef (using shoulder instead of top-round)... just sliced into it and it's great. We will kasher our slicer as well as our roasting pans soon (since we previously used them with non-kosher meat). Let us know if you have questions!

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Hamantaschen and Israeli Pita!

Hamantaschen time!
With homemade Poppy-Seed filling as well as an Apricot-Date one. These are dairy-free and not too sweet. I love the honey flavored dough, nice and on the soft-and-flaky side rather than like hard cookies.
Price is 4 for $5.95, or $1.75 each
* If you want to make sure to get some call ahead, they are going quick. *

I am making Gluten-Free Hamantaschen Today too!


Israeli Pita!
We have been trying to find Israeli Pita since we opened. Problem was that they companies wouldn't deliver to us because we are too small. But since we switched to using kosher meat our supplier can get us these pita too! It is so good! Now it really feels like Israeli Falafel and Shawarma.

Right now we only have white but with the next order we will get wholewheat as well. We will still have the Syrian bread for a while and may well keep it, even if only to make our addictive pita chips.