Couscous
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Couscous is a North African dish. It is made from semolina which is durham wheat.It is usually prepared steamed. Every culture has its own unique way of preparing couscous. It is an alternative to rice, poatoes and pasta as a … Read More

Jewish Wedding Terms
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Traditional Terms Chattunah–wedding Chattan–groom Kallah–bride

Ask These Questions When Enquiring About Faciliities
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What is your capacity? What is your off season and do you offer discounts at these times? Is there a price difference between hosting an event on a Saturday or Sunday?

Wedding Guide
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The Perfect Wedding Guide has a very helpful wedding to do list at: http://www.theperfectweddingguide.com/bride_list.html.

Bar/Bat Mitzvahs in Toronto and Vaughan
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The celebration following a bar or bat mitzvah depends on the personality of the child and the parent’s budget. What can you afford to spend on the event before going to the bank? You do not have to outdo the … Read More

Chinese and Asian Weddings
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Chinese and Asian wedding ceremonies are rich in tradition. Choosing a favourable date, and drawing on the traditions of the Three Letters, and the Six Etiquette are important to many families and are just some of the ceremonial customs passed down. … Read More

Mixed Culture Wedding Reception
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Inderjit and Krystal had thier wedding ceremony and wedding reception at the Avenue. It was a blending of two different cultures. The food was a mixture of East Indian and Western foods

Antipasto is an Italian Tradition
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Antipasto is an Italian food tradition. It means food before the main meal. The antipasto consists of small bites of meats, cheeses, vegetables and breads. It can be served on trays, platters, individual small plates or presented on a large … Read More

Persian Wedding Ceremony
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Persian weddings are rich in cultural traditions. They are vibrant, elaborate and beautiful. The typical Iranian wedding consists of two parts. Part one is the Aghd which is the legal ceremony  in which the bride and groom exchange vows in … Read More

Henna
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The henna has no religious significance. It is a traditional cultural custom practiced by Sepahardic Jews. It is suppose to symbolize prevention against the “evil eye”. It is suppose to give the bride wisdom, fertility and good fortune The henna … Read More

Cost Cutting Your Wedding Reception
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Some of the ways to reduce the cost of your wedding reception are as follows: Book off Season Your wedding costs can be drastically reduced, if you can plan to have your wedding day during the months of January to Aprirl. … Read More

Two Different Jewish Cultures Unite at a Wedding Celebration
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A wedding between two different Jewish cultures took  place at The Avenue Banquet Hall.     An Ashkenazi Jew married a Sephardic Jew. The event was glatt kosher. The food was prepared     by the exclusive in house kosher caterer,  Zeese, in an onsite … Read More

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