For the more adventurous type, Emeril's Passover Brisket is just the ticket. This savory Seder staple might take some time to prepare, but the rave reviews are sure to have your guests kvetching about their cravings for more.
4. Need a little something else to top-off your feast? Crumbs is offering a Passover Taste Pack ($26 for 12 cupcakes), flourless cupcakes with fun names like Holy Moses (chocolate cake with fudge filling and chocolate cream cheese frosting), and Raspberry Red Sea (nut cake filled with raspberry preserve, raspberry vanilla cream cheese frosting, sliced almonds, and raspberry drizzle). Can you say salivating? Note that they are Kosher-certified but not Kosher for Passover, but if you're going by our guide you probably already live life on the edge. Sinful!
If you prefer ice cream over cupcakes, Chozen Ice Cream creates spoon-licking flavors like Coconut Macaroon, Matzo Crunch, and Chocolate Gelt. Get em' now at your local Whole Foods freezer. We may or may not have had four pints last night. Okay, we did. Oy vey.
Really wow your family with this truly revamped classic—Mitchmallow's homemade "Mallowschevits," or horseradish marshmallows. They'll be available this Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Foodshed Market in Brooklyn, but you can also order online at email@example.com, or by phone at 212-645-1121.
Sunday, April 17, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Foodshed Market, 388 Atlantic Avenue (between Hoyt and Bond streets); 347-689-3908
5. In case you need some last-minute dishes or ingredients, Park East Kosher has a full Passover menu with over one-hundred fresh and prepared foods. Even better: Save 20% on your second order by using promo code PEK072. Score!
Park East Kosher, 1623 2nd Avenue (between 84th and 85th streets); 212-737-9800.
Above, clockwise from left: Passover Server, The Family Seder, Jonathan Adler Seder plate, The Matan Passover Haggadah.