Are you Seder ready?
Passover, starts Friday, March 30, which means you should be armed with plenty of (grain-free) recipes. Check out some things to make, buy and do in preparation for the holiday
Where to celebrate or get food for your own seder:
Bagel Palace. The restaurant is selling traditional dishes a la carte, including chopped liver, stuffed cabbage, brisket with gravy and gefilte fish.
2869 N. Druid Hills Road NE, Atlanta. 404-315-9016, bagelpalaceatl.com/
The General Muir. The restaurant is offering a raditional Passover meal March 30 and 31, with sides including matzoh ball soup, gefilte fish, and tzimmes; your choice of entree including red wine and shallot braised brisket, lamb shank and argula salad and flourless chocolate cake for dessert. The cost is $48 per person of $68 with a wine pairing, and $18 for children 12 and under. A seder plate with symbolic elements is also available for $20. Customers should plan to bring their own Haggadahs and lead their own seders. The eatery is also offering dinner catering orders with a la carte items or the full Passover menu. Call or email for reservations
1540 Avenue Place, Atlanta. 678-927-9131, thegeneralmuir.com/
Whole Foods. Select locations are offering both a la carte items including raw brisket and matzoh ball soup, or a dinner for eight designed by Chef Joan Nathan, including lemon roasted chicken, Jewish-style fried artichokes and Brazilian charoset with apples, dates and cashews for $119.
Various locations, wholefoodsmarket.com
Cooking — and shopping — kosher
Drinking for Passover