Saturday, August 18, 2007

Lukewarm kiddush

A "hot kiddush" is usually served to celebrate a special occasion, like an aufruf or engagement, and includes cholent, kugel, and other delicacies a cut above the usual herring, cake, and seltzer. This week, a new caterer was on the job -- the caterer that Little Marty works for. He was supervising.

I went up to say hi and congratulate him on a job well done; the food was unique and well-presented, although I thought the fruit salad could have been cut a little later, since some of the pieces seemed a little slimy. We chatted for a few minutes. That was it.
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