ONE MORE BITE
BE THE GUEST WITH THE BEST
As the old adage says, never show up to dinner empty-handed—however, special occasions like Passover deserve extra special attention. Here, events coordinator (and self-proclaimed dinner party diva) Amy Simon shares five hostess/host gift recommendations to bring along for Seder dinner:
- HAI WINES
Hot tip: Available at Roland Avenue, this high-quality, “Seder-worthy” line of kosher-for-Passover wines comes from Galilee, Israel and includes Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Riesling.
750 ml $14.96
We just have to kvell about our crisp, chewy, made-in-house coconut and almond macaroons: with original, chocolate, and chocolate-dipped combinations to choose from, you’d best order at least two dozen (plus an extra handful to enjoy at home).
- FRESH FRUIT TRAY
Guests of every age will love this jewel-toned array of sweet pineapple, juicy melon, and succulent berries—available in three size options to accommodate up to 60 guests.
- BRILLIANT BLOOMS
Nothing says “spring” quite like a vase of eye-catching irises or a vibrant tulip centerpiece for the table.
- PASSOVER APPLE CAKE
A true godsend—we sub in matzoh flour to make this sweet, fluffy dessert suitable for Passover and, dare we say, it’s simply geshmak!
Take a break from the kitchen, without breaking from tradition—explore our spring holiday catering menus today.