We've already told you where to find your gefilte fish, so let's talk about some of the other Seder staples:

2007_03_foodhorseradish.jpg- The gang at Wheelhouse Pickles (read all about our trip to their pickle plant) has created More Roar Horseradish just in time for your Passover Seder, Easter dinner, or even just in time for lunch. Made from fresh grated horseradish, tarragon-infused white wine vinegar, honey and salt, it is made in small batches then shipped to the stores the very next day for maximum sinus-clearing effect. Available later this week at Blue Apron, Marlow & Sons, and Bedford Cheese Shop.

- Crumbs is serving up Passover cupcakes at all four of their locations from March 31st through April 10th. Not only are they flour-free, but they come in Passover-themed varieties, like the Raspberry Red Sea (Vanilla nut cake filled with raspberry preserves with vanilla frosting and covered in almond slivers and drizzled with raspberry puree), Elijah's Surprise (Vanilla nut cake with chocolate butter cream filling and frosting covered in sliced almonds and drizzled with chocolate), and the Holy Moses (Coconut nut cake with chocolate fudge filling and vanilla frosting topped with chocolate shavings, toasted coconut and pieces of Mounds bars), among others. $3.95 each.

- As for coconut macaroons, they're really simple to make yourself. Deborah Snyder, the pastry chef at Lever House, shares her recipe with New York Mag. Give them a try!

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