It’s one of those special times that we allow ourselves to splurge on extra flowers that we do not usually treat ourselves to. Adding extra touches on top of that, like a pretty napkin fold or these sweet seating cards gives the Yom Tov table a unique look.
When I was growing up, the Chalav Yisrael cheese varieties were pretty much limited to the big packs of single slice American Cheeze and one or two other types. Today it’s quite different with the huge variety of cheeses available in Colov Yisrael. As the cheeses come in so many different shapes, looks, sizes and of course tastes, without much effort your presentation will have all your participants smiling, and saying “cheese” (sorry,couldn’t resist the pun)
Peanut chews have become a Kiddush and dessert favorite for “sweet tooth’s” of all ages. Though this recipe is great with a classic Pareve chocolate, In honor of Shavuos I figured why not give this yummy treat a milchigs “upgrade”? Either way you make it, you’ll have many happy “chewers” this Yom Tov.
It’s one of those special times that we allow ourselves to splurge on extra flowers that we do not usually treat ourselves to. Adding extra touches on top of that, like a pretty and interesting vases gives the Yom Tov table a unique touch.
I have combed through lots of vases available on Amazon. Here are some of my favorites.