Hi! Thank you for stopping by to watch me, Leah, cook kosher. I've been the owner operator of my boutique catering firm in Seattle, Leah's Catering, for the past 14 years.
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My brain stutters to think of how many pounds of lox we have rolled and served over the years. 20 pounds last week, 30 pounds this week....
Every now and then I like to post a photo to give readers a visual on making an attractive platter. I don't make my own lox. Generally served at Kiddush lunches and brunches, clients are looking for a manageable price ~ not me fiddling in the kitchen any more than necessary. I like to roll lox as it gives the presentation lift. It is also better for portion control. Leaving sides on the buffet, the slices can stick together and a guest may lift a huge chunk onto their plate; lucky guest!
Generally, I allow 1 1/2 to 2 ounces of lox per person. It is always enough, even for groups of synagogue attendees who have sat for a three hour service. I figure 2 cucumber slices, 2 tomato slices per person and top all with a thinly sliced red onion and capers. It doesn't take long to make a platter and it is worth the effort; increases the wow factor. Now that you've read this I expect that you'll never just slap lox onto a plate!
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