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Sunday, March 13, 2011

70th Annual Kosher Dinner

The dinner and apps:
Beef brisket, spiced apples, carrot tzimmes and potato knishes, dill pickles, pickled herring, 3 bean salad

The dessert: Apricot kuchen, chocolate rugelach


The talented acts, to entertain while you wait:

The Mavens, The Vogel Brothers, Sam Adams, Chutzpah! and more
The happy patrons:

Liza, Elissa, Beth
You cannot put on a benefit dinner for 70 years running without mastering the food, entertainment, and all the many event details. Even so, mastering the details does not have to mean a stellar event. I have been to similar events, but lacking the heart of the Kosher Dinner, these other events were real bores.

Temple Beth Shalom's Kosher Dinner is a fundraising event with heart and so much soul. The food is amazing, the entertainment makes you smile and tap your feet, and the volunteers can't wait to help and welcome you.

If you missed the dinner this year, a steal for $15, then make sure you go next year. Bring some friends and carpool (or ride your bike) to TBS for some Jewish soul food. If you'd like to learn more, TBS recommends

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