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cherylp3 Nov 26, 2006 08:05 PM

Any recommendations for places that ship latkes?

Thank you
Cheryl - Orlando

  1. cherylp3 Nov 29, 2006 01:08 PM

    Kosher.com is still not operating yet.

    Has Anyone tried Sarge's or Blooms Deli's Latkes?

    thanks Cheryl

    1. m
      MartyB Nov 29, 2006 06:20 PM

      There are many options
      (1) See if your local supermarket delivers (and has a kosher section).
      (2) Some kosher restaurants deliver (assuming one is near by)
      (3) See if you are serviced by Peapod.com or Freshdirect.com
      (4) If you are the shipper (as opposed to the one receiving the latkes), then you could always ship it yourself (UPS, FEDEX etc)

      1. cherylp3 Nov 29, 2006 10:59 PM

        1] My supermarket has a kosher section, but latkes are frozen.
        2] I'm looking for something different than my local kosher restaurant.
        3] Not serviced by Peapod or Fresh Direct.
        4] Not the shipper.

        Again I found a few places online that will ship latkes
        hopefully someone will have feedback on these:

        They are
        Sarge's - New York
        Blooms Deli - New York

        2 Replies
        1. re: cherylp3
          MartyB Nov 30, 2006 12:33 AM

          You mean you want fresh latkes to be shipped from NY to Florida? I assume you mean overnight delivery? Wow after shipping costs that has got to the most expensive latkas. Probably cheaper to pay the local shul's rebitzen to make some for you. If there is a local chabad house the rebitzen may do it for free :)

          1. re: cherylp3
            LI Guy Nov 29, 2007 05:34 AM

            Sarge's is a treif deli, so probably not what you're looking for. I've never heard of Blooms.

          2. jeterfan Nov 30, 2006 01:12 AM

            It might be cheaper to see if there are any establishments in Jewish areas of Florida (like southern FL)that make good quality latkes. The shipping will be a lot cheaper.

            1. c
              chas11111 Nov 28, 2007 03:49 PM

              found this web site

              5 Replies
              1. re: chas11111
                jeterfan Nov 30, 2007 04:58 AM

                Linda's Latkes are not kosher.


                1. re: jeterfan
                  alyssa Nov 30, 2007 05:54 AM

                  they are kosher under KSA
                  Kosher (KSA) Certified Latkes
                  Kosher Latkes available in Foodservice Size Containers Only

                  Bite Size - $18.00 (approximately 2 inches in diameter)
                  1 Container of 24 Bite Size Kosher latkes.

                  Large - $67.50 (approximately3 inches in diameter)
                  1 Container of 45 Large Kosher latkes. Serves 20-22 people.

                  Extra Large - $72.00 (approximately 4 inches in diameter)
                  1 Container of 36 Extra Large Kosher latkes. Serves 36 people.

                  1. re: alyssa
                    Levial Nov 30, 2007 07:20 AM

                    Tampa is not so far from Orlando. Sylvia's catering (call the JCC of Tampa, she's also the one who does the Weinberg Village kosher food) or Jerusalem Cafe. You're 1-1.5 hours drive from us, so perhaps it's do-able?

                    1. re: Levial
                      Levial Dec 5, 2007 08:00 AM

                      Chag sameah - did you find a source?

                      1. re: Levial
                        cherylp3 Dec 6, 2007 04:16 AM

                        Other than the website mentioned and my local store I found ratners frozen. I just will save my money for a trip to Ma so I can get the latkes I miss.

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