Factor’s Friday Shabbat Dinner

$179.95
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Shabbat is all about community and coming together. Share and enjoy this complete meal from Factor’s kitchen with friends or family. From chicken noodle soup to Chocolate Babka, this tasty meal has all the bases covered.

This iconic Jewish deli has been serving up oversized portions of their famous specialties from the same West Los Angeles location since 1948. Factor’s famous made-from-scratch Jewish deli specialties include legendary matzo balls, knishes, kreplach, corned beef, and house-roasted turkey, but they’re best known for their authentic, juicy, slow-cooked, hand-cut pastrami stacked on double-baked rye. The Los Angeles deli also specializes in classic brunch spreads featuring fresh bagels, hand-sliced nova, and cream cheese.

More Details

This package serves 4-6 people and includes:

  • ½ gallon of Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup with carrots and chicken
  • 4 Matzo Balls
  • ½ pt. Chopped Liver
  • 2 lbs. of Dinner-Cut House Roasted Brisket with Au Jus on the side
  • 2 Potato Knishes
  • Braided Challah
  • Chocolate Babka

Ingredients

May contain; dairy, gluten, eggs

Instructions / Storage

  • Pack ships with ice packs, may thaw in transit
  • Place in refrigerator upon arrival

Shipping Details

  • Factor’s Famous Deli ships Monday-Thursday of each week.
  • Orders cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes.
  • Orders shipped to Alaska and Hawaii via 2-day will incur an additional $20 charge or $35 for Overnight Shipping.
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REVIEWS

Food was outstanding
Melanie O. - Matthews, NC
10/23/19
Delicious soup loaded with matza balls, kreplach and noodles. Perfect for cold season.
BARBARA K. - San Diego, CA
01/27/20
My family said it was THE most delicious chicken soup they’ve ever tasted. It was sent post surgery and they said it was the only thing the patient could eat!
Terry P. - Chicago, IL
02/05/20