Catering a big event in someone's life can be stressful. You want the event to go off without a hitch and the guests to have a fantastic time. Of course, food is important at any party, but it is a key feature at a bar or bat mitzvah. Here's what you need to keep in mind.
Not every Jewish person chooses to keep kosher. If your guests request a kosher event, however, make sure you understand exactly what that means.
If you have an allergy to gluten but love the taste of homemade sourdough bread, consider buying a gluten-free sourdough kit. You'll be able to make your own bread from scratch, and not have to worry about suffering from the effects of regular, premade bread made with gluten.
Gluten-free bread contains no wheat, barley, or rye flour, but instead corn starch, tapioca starch, or rice or potato flours, among a few other options, as an alternative.
If you're looking for a way to give your favorite snacks even more flavor, consider purchasing a variety of different seasonings to sprinkle on them. You can buy the flavor enhancers from a snack seasoning supplier for convenience, or you can purchase them in bulk to give as presents as well.
You can use powdered seasonings to create customized snack flavors for you and your family. They will also make delicious additions on a party buffet table, as guests of all ages can enhance their appetizers and snacks as they please.