Meal Drop #6:

Jewish New Year

Delivered on Monday, Sept 6th

Gefilteria + Kit have designed a beautiful meal to ring in the new year with brightness and sweetness on September 6.

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The Menu

This New Year's menu features traditional holiday fare and a vegetable-forward approach – as well as a little bit of playfulness. Prepare for a balanced and satisfying meal with bright colors and bold flavors.

Starter

NY-state apple with whipped silan (date “honey”) and tahini dip. gluten free


Festival Challah

Freshly-baked by Lil Yenta's, hand-braided, and round (no eggs or honey, of course). contains gluten


Crisp Market Salad

Crunchy celery, shaved cucumber and sweet medjool dates with horseradish, lemon, seeds, and herbs. gluten free


Glazed Root Veggies (aka Tsimmes 😉 )

Sliced and glazed sweet potato, carrot and beets on toum (garlic spread). gluten free


Lentil-Mushroom Cabbage Rolls

Cabbage leaves wrapped with Timeless brand Spanish brown lentils, mushrooms, rice and herbs, braised and served with a pink beet sauce and homemade cashew cream. gluten free


ADD-ONS

Kasha Varnishkes - $9

Toasted buckwheat groats with bow-tie noodles, mushrooms, and herbs. contains gluten

Halva & Seasonal Fruit Dessert - $10

Three varieties of Seed+Mill halva, served with seasonal fruit. gluten free

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Drop Details

Serving size
Serves 2 

Deadline
Orders close at noon on Thursday, September 2nd

Delivery
Deliveries are between 12 pm - 3pm. You will receive a more accurate ETA the evening before the drop

Pick up
Pick up on 9/6 is available at KIT (657 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238) between 2 and 6pm

Kitchen
Gefilteria + KIT operate a mixed kitchen. The menu is 100% plant-based & vegan

Holiday Extra
Each meal pack will include a packet of New Year-themed activities and resources provided by High Holidays at Home

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Restaurant Background

The Gefilteria is a food venture launched in 2012 with a mission to reimagine eastern European Jewish cuisine.  Founders Liz Alpern and Jeffrey Yoskowitz are leaders in the Jewish food revival, co-authors of the award-winning The Gefilte Manifesto cookbook, and when not manufacturing products for the holidays or running dining pop-ups around the country, they can be found  leading immersive culinary workshops and collaborating on dynamic events and media projects.

KIT, short for “Keep In Touch,” is the Prospect Heights-based  home of Black Cat Wines, Solid Wiggles, Chef Libby Willis, and rotating Pop Ups. Open Wed-Sunday 8am to 8pm for coffee, pastries, wine, liquor and much more.

“The meals you eat at the high holidays set a standard for the rest of the year. . .  I love the idea of kicking off the new year with something that’s vibrant, colorful, healthy, seasonal while still referencing tradition.” - Liz Alpern, The Gefilteria