While those who live in the suburbs, with sukkot in their backyards needn't change their menus much, those of use who live in the city and might choose to schlep food to one of the many synagogue sukkot have to plan what we bring very carefully!
Dishes that are saucy, such as the Boeuf Bourguignon, or covered in crust, such as the Chicken Pot Pie, will serve you well as they will retain heat for longer periods of time than drier foods. Additionally, since many people may choose to bring plastic flatware with them to the sukkah, it may be more efficient to have food that is either easy to cut or full of bite-sized pieces.
1.-Vegetarian Vegetable Soup
Stuffed Peppers (great for vegetarians)
Apricot sorbet (if there is a refrigerator available)
2. Mushroom Soup with Rosemary
Chicken Pot Pie-Crust on pies retain heat for a long time)
Veg Pot Pie
Poached Pears in Red wine & Cinnamon
Burnt Sugar Cookies