This time around for our ‘virtual’ seders, we have compiled a list of COVID-safe options for catered meals, curbside pickup grocery, and online haggadot. Enjoy the list and if you have any suggestions, please add them in the comments!
Restaurants Catering Passover Meals:
Plum Market: Visit plummarket.com/springcatering to see their Passover Menu.
Zola Bistro: Visit https://www.bistrozola.com/family-passover-celebration-menu/ to see their catered meal and seder plate.
Zingermans Deli: Visit https://www.zingermanscatering.com/passover/#Passover-Menu to see Zingerman’s catered seder plate, seder meal for one, and seder meal for the family.
Cornman Farms: Visit https://shop.zingermanscornmanfarms.com to see their catered meal for two.
Grocery Stores with Passover Supplies:
Plum Market North and West has your regular Passover fare including matzoh, gefilte fish, and Manischewitz cookies in a can!
Kroger on Washtenaw has an online Passover selection you can find here.
Meijer locations in Ann Arbor are currently having a sale on many Kosher for Passover items. You can order these items online and pickup curbside!
Online Haggadah Resources:
If you’re looking for something simple and ready-made, download this Zoom-gaddah, a ready-to-use Powerpoint Haggadah!
Haggadot.com has an online tutorial and many resources for creating your own Haggadah online.
Clare Kinberg compiled an excellent list of creative themed Haggadot in 2018, and Avodah put together an extensive list of Haggadot and seder supplements for adults and kids; the list includes rituals and readings for COVID, immigrant rights, food justice, racial justice, gender justice, and more.
And of course we would be remiss to discuss Haggadot without mentioning our own Carol Levin’s beautiful family Haggadah.
If you have some resources you would like to add to the list, please comment below!