Passover doesn’t mean you have to pass by the gourmet foods for a week. You can eat well while enjoying the guidelines—or the spirit—of the holiday. Please note: Prices and availability are subject to change. While we do our best to keep this information updated, it’s a huge task. If you would like to suggest products, please use the Contact Us link on this page.
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L.A. Burdick makes a moist flourless chocolate cake with coconut milk and shredded coconut, baked in a gugelhupf (kugelhopf) form and perfumed with Malibu rum. The interior is marbled dark chocolate and coconut interior. The recipe has no flour or leavening but is NOT KOSHER. Serves 8 to 10. ($16)
Aunt Sadie’s Candies makes kosher-for-passover candies that are witty as well as tasty. There are gourmet treats like chocolate-covered lavender marshmallows, traditional favorites like chocolate orange peel and raisin clusters, and “nouvelle” candy like charoset truffles—a blend of fruit, allspice, nutmeg and cinnamon, covered in white and dark chocolates and matzoh clusters, squares of dark chocolate and matzoh morsels. And many more surprising choices—this isn’t Barton’s! Have a pareve, lavender-flavored marshmallow!
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