Silver Spoons Thanksgiving Menu

We wanted to take a moment to let you know how thankful we are to have customers like you. We wish you and your family nothing but the best this Thanksgiving and throughout the holiday season.

We hope you will enjoy these delicious holiday treats, prepared just for you, from our kitchen to yours. Meals are prepared to order, then chilled and delivered to your door.

For Thanksgiving week only, we will deliver on Wednesday, Thursday MORNING only, Friday, and Saturday.

ORDER EARLY to insure your preferred delivery day!

Thanksgiving Menu

Each dinner consists of: an entree, 2 side dishes, salad, dinner roll, and butter. Prices vary depending on the

entree selected (see below).

Sales tax and delivery are INCLUDED.

Minimum order is $110.00.

Main Course

Roasted Breast of Turkey

Cornbread Stuffing, Gravy, and Cranberry Relish

$28.00 per person


Grilled Rib Eye Steak

Au Jus, Creamy Horseradish

$32.95 per person


Seared Salmon

Lemon White Wine Caper Sauce

$25.75 per person


Starch Side Dishes

Smashed Orange Sweet Potatoes with Praline Topping

Smashed Orange Sweet Potatoes with Marshmallow Topping

Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Garlic Mashed Cauliflower

Long Grain and Wild Rice Pilaf

Cauliflower Rice

Vegetable Side Dishes

Green Beans Almandine

Grilled Asparagus

Balsamic Glazed Butternut Squash


Autumn Salad (Romaine lettuce, dried cranberries, dates, apple slices, crumbled goat cheese, and caramelized walnuts in Citrus Vinaigrette)

Corn Salad (Corn kernels, grape tomatoes, and fresh basil in Balsamic Vinaigrette)

Classic Caesar Salad

Menu Enhancements

Pumpkin Ravioli with Creamy Tomato Sauce – $8.95 per person

Mini Brie en Croute (4) with Cranberry Glaze – $8.95 per person

Figs in a Blanket (4) with Goat Cheese – $8.95 per person

Pigs in a Blanket (4) – $8.95 per person

Vegetable Crudite with Hummus – $28.00 (serves 6-8)

For the Kids!

Chicken Fingers with Barbecue Sauce – $8.95 per person

Mac & Cheese – 8.95 per person


Apple Pie – $19.95 (serves 6-8)

Pumpkin Pie – $18.95 (serves 6-8)

Pecan Pie – $24.95 (serves 6-8)

Assorted Holiday Pastries – $36.00/dozen

Holiday Cupcakes – $3.25 each

Fresh Fruit Platter – $28.00 (serves 4-6)

  • Meals are delivered chilled (with warming instructions) and may be refrigerated for up to 3 days.
  • Want to order something more personalized?
  • Planning an event? Have questions?
  • Call Scott at 818-996-2911 or text him at 818-203-3529.

Silver Spoons Rosh Hashanah Menu

Rosh Hashanah 2020 – L’shanah Tovah

It is so difficult to work, shop, prepare dinner, then get to services on time! Let Silver Spoons Catering, Inc. make your life a little easier and a lot more delicious! 


As always, our meals are prepared to order, then chilled and delivered to your door Wednesday through Friday.

And remember – SPECIAL DIETARY REQUESTS are always welcome. Let us know if you need:

Kosher Style – Gluten Free – Sugar Free – Paleo – Vegan – Vegetarian

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Rosh Hashanah Dinner

Each dinner is priced according to your entree selection and consists of a salad, entree, starch, vegetable… AND a round challah. Sales tax and delivery are INCLUDED.


Brisket of Beef, Burgundy Gravy – $29.95 
Rack of Rosemary Lamb – $29.95 
Apricot Glazed Roasted 1/2 Chicken – $25.75 
Grilled Salmon, Papaya Salsa – $25.75 


Roasted Potato Wedges
Kasha & Bow Ties
Balsamic Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Butternut Squash


Grilled Asparagus
Carrot Tzimmes
Grilled Vegetable Medley


Romaine, Orzo, and Pine Nuts with White Balsamic Vinaigrette
Wild Greens, Grape Tomatoes, Sliced Almonds, and Mandarin Orange Sections with Mustard & Tarragon Dressing
Roasted Beets, Goat Cheese, and Caramelized Walnuts with Lemon Vinaigrette


Large Round Raisin Challah – $10.95 
Large Round Chocolate Chip Challah – $12.95 
Matzah Ball Soup – $5.50 (serves 1) 
Chopped Chicken Liver – $5.50 (serves 1) 
Vegetarian Chopped “Liver” – $5.50 (serves 1) 
Chicken Fingers with BBQ Sauce – $8.95 
(great for the kids! – serves 1)
Apple Streudel – $18.55 (serves 8) 
Chocolate Bobka – $17.55 (serves 8-10) 
8″ Flourless Chocolate Cake – $36.55 (serves 8-10) 
7″ Fresh Fruit Torte – $38.75 (serves 8-10) 
Assorted Rugelach – $18.55 (serves 6-8) 
(contains nuts)
Fresh Fruit Platter – $24.95 (serves 4-6) 
Minimum order is 4 meals. Order 4 of one menu, or mix and match to experience the variety of flavors we offer. Meals may be easily refrigerated for up to 3 days, then heated and served at your convenience.
Have questions? Want to order something more personalized? Call Scott at 818-996-2911 or text him at 818-203-3529.
As the new year approaches, Scott, Faith, and the entire Silver Spoons family wish you a year filled with meaning, sweetness, 
joy, and most especially, good health!
Order EARLY to guarantee your requested delivery date!
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Jews of Color

Thank you for joining our initial discussion on race.  Our goal for tonight is to begin to hear the perspectives of blacks in our community, beginning with Jews who happen to be black.  Ultimately, we want to have a list of questions that we would want to explore as a congregation and create an opportunity to explore those questions together.

The following are a few questions suggested by the short essays in the article ’Believe Us’: Black Jews respond to George Floyd protests, in their own words which can be accessed by navigating a browser to

April Baskin

Moving from “What can I do?” to “Here is what I’m thinking of doing. Does this align with your vision?”

Having a hard time managing white Jews’ work while being feeling traumatized and heartbroken.

Why is she feeling traumatized and heartbroken?

Yitz Jordan

“[Riots] didn’t happen after the Holocaust, why are black people acting like this?” How would we answer that question? Would it have been better if Jews would have rioted as Hitler rose to power?

Gulienne Rishon

Are we able to focus on the terrible experience of blacks in our country without minimizing the experiences of our ancestors?

Can a white person whose family suffered in the Holocaust also experience the benefits of being white while living in America? Is it helpful to compare stories of suffering to see which one was worse or which one is legitimate?

Isaiah Rothstein

Would it be beneficial to learn the larger context in which racial discussions take place? For instance, understanding the historical relationship between the black community and police.

Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell

When Jews were suffering in Europe, they didn’t think of it as “the old country,” it was just the place where they experienced state-sanctioned violence.  We wished that the general population would have stood up for us. How are we like the general population living in a place with state-sanctioned racism?

Tema Smith

Why are so many whites (Jewish and otherwise), speaking out now? How can we transform our speaking into action?

Enzi Tanner

How can we reach out to black Jews and other Jews of color, so they know that we care about them as well? Why is it so difficult for blacks to be believed when they say that they are unjustly suffering?

Evan Traylor

“Institutional” or “systemic” racism refers to inherent unfairness or oppression in society that keeps blacks and other minorities intrenched in cycles of poverty.  Are you able to view some of our society’s institutions and systems from the perspective of a black person and identify how they are unfair or oppressive?  How might our ability to empathize with the black experience better enable us to improve our society?