3 Passover Meal Deals

Marilyn HawkesMarch 24, 2021
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Photo courtesy Miracle Mile
Photo courtesy Miracle Mile

Preparing a Passover seder (festive holiday meal that includes a retelling of the Jewish people’s exodus from slavery to freedom) can be an overwhelming task. While recounting the story, participants taste certain foods that symbolize parts of the journey. For example, matzah represents the bread that the Israelites ate while fleeing slavery. All that to say, there are a lot of moving parts and different foods to prepare. Most grocery stores carry the basics, but if you’re looking for something a little more robust, we’ve rounded up three places to get Passover meals.  

AJ’s Fine Foods 

AJ’s offers several Passover dinners (starting at $16.99 per person), including braised beef brisket with natural root vegetables; roasted pistachiocrusted chicken breast with rustic apple compote; and grilled salmon served with herbs, carrot and orange zest. You can also pick up potato pancakes, matzo ball soup, applenut charoset and kugel, if available. Orders for six or more people must be placed by March 24. Dinners available from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, March 27. 10 Valley locations. ajsfinefoods.com 


At Chompie’s you can purchase a traditional Passover meal ($279, serves 8) that includes an appetizer, soup, a choice of entrées (roasted chicken, beef brisket or roasted turkey) two side dishes and two desserts; a basic dinner ($235, serves 8) with a choice of entrées, side dishes and desserts; or individual meals ($29.99 each). They also sell a wide variety of appetizers, soups, side dishes and desserts à la carte. Curbside pickup available at all five Chompie’s locations. chompies.com 

Miracle Mile 

From March 27 through April 4, Miracle Mile will offer Passover special meals ($16.50 per person) of beef brisket or half a roasted chicken, steamed vegetables, a cup of matzo ball soup and matzo with butter for dine-in, takeout or curbside service. The deli will also have family dinners to go for four people with a choice of sliced brisket or roasted chicken ($65). Family dinners also include vegetables, matzo ball soup and matzo with butter. 4433 N. 16th St., Phoenix, 602-776-0992. miraclemiledeli.com 


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