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Kosher Krush: Caterers and Treats for Dining in Modern Style

We came across these two fantastic kosher caterers at the Kosher Food & Wine Experience 2017 and were just wowed by their foodie offerings. Located in the NYC area, they can deliver something fantastic to your next event. And make sure to end the party with something designed to be more healthy—protein baked goods that will cure your sweet craving.

Wandering Que Voted Brisket King of NYC in 2016, Wandering Que services the tri-state area and travels the country with their award-winning Kosher Wood-Smoked Texas barbecue. Some of their most popular choices: The Texas Smokehouse Cholent: succulent smoked brisket, pastrami, sausages, ribs and kishke. Or for those in search of an Eastern European influence, there’s the Bubby’s Polish Cholent. Makes sure to get a side of their assorted kugels which come in potato, sweet potato, sweet noodle, cauliflower and onion, grilled zucchini & squash, salt & pepper, pastrami & apricot challah yapsuk with beef cheek. Parve Seafood, Fleishig Specialties, Salads & Pastas, and Deserts & Baked Goods will all have your mouth watering (and heart stopping!) wanderingque.com

Silverleaf Caterers New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s Glatt Kosher specialist looking to provide a culinary experience just for you. Their menu takes a modern, sophisticated approach to their dishes. silverleafcaterers.com

The Protein Bakery Owner Stephen Charles Lincoln, a body builder with a sweet tooth, has devised a way to satisfy the craving with something more beneficial. His tasty treats are gluten-free and loaded with protein, accented by healthy natural ingredients—rich peanut butter, toasted walnuts, coconut. They bake everything in small batches in a KOF-K Kosher kitchen. Pop into their cute little store for immediate gratification or to stock up on cookies, brownies, blondies which last 2 weeks at room temp, and can be frozen up to 3 months and brought back to life in the microwave. Or order online. The Protein Bakery,144 W 19th St (btw 6th and 7th Ave)