With people following social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic, spring holidays are going to look very different this year. Many big dinners with family and friends for Passover (starting April 8) or Easter (April 12) have been canceled. “So many of us are always guests, but this year, everyone is going to have their own intimate seder,” says Tova du Plessis, who owns Jewish bakery Essen. Most years, she prepares Passover meals to go, but this year du Plessis had to quickly order small cake pans when she realized no one will be hosting 10 people for seder.
If grocery shopping and cooking a full seder meal isn’t in the cards this year, use this guide to find prepared Passover meals for pickup and delivery. Note that these options are Jewish-style but not kosher.Read More