Passover is Coming — Cater Your Seder During Covid

As we approach the second Zoom Passover of this pandemic, let someone else do the cooking! Isn’t it time for you to leave this personal mitzrayim?

First up is A Spice of Life:

We can hardly believe Passover is almost upon us again. And just like last year, we’re bringing all the Seder essentials to you. Passover is a time to come together and celebrate as a community, and while we still can’t gather in person, we are blessed to be able to share this lovingly-prepared meal with you. We’ve got everything you need for your Seder plate (because for SOME reason there’s still no option for “ceremonial shank bone” on Instacart) and our chefs are whipping up some of our families’ favorite Passover recipes to bring a memorable touch to your Seder dinner.

Warm your home with the scent of slow-roasted brisket … without having to keep the oven on all day long. And don’t forget dessert! Sorry Manischewitz, once you taste Pastry chef Patty’s classic coconut macaroons you’ll never go back to the canned stuff.

Our Passover Seder Box sold out in 2020, and we have no doubt it’ll do so again in 2021, so reserve yours early! And as always, thank you for supporting us. Our community is truly incredible, and we appreciate each opportunity to serve you.

Traditional Family Seder for 4-6 adults, including seder plate items, is $165. Dessert items are $20 per dozen. More information, as well as our Family Meals, is available at

From now until March 15th, enter promo code PASSOVER15 at checkout to receive $15 off your box. Our online ordering platform is here:

Chag Sameach!

Next up, River and Woods:

The River and Woods Passover Seder meal kit includes two portions and there is a vegetarian or a meat option.

The meal includes the following: Matzo Ball Soup, Haroset, Parsley & Kosher Salt, Brisket-style Short Rib or Smoked Tofu, Organic Farmer’s Market Salad, Honey Chamomile Carrots, Roasted Brussels, and Flourless Chocolate Tortes.
Cost: $80

Pre-order a traditional and delicious Passover Seder dinner for two. Order by Tuesday, March 23rd for pick-up on March 27th or 28th. Now accepting pre-orders. Please visit for more information, or place your order here

About Staff

They call me "NewsHound IV," because I'm a clever Finnegan, sniffing out stories all over the Boulder area. I love Jewish holidays because the food is GREAT, especially the brisket. Well all the food. I was a rescue pup and glad to be on the scent!

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