Help for Passover in Chapel Hill, Durham vic.
Sources needed for "Passover" (i.e., not necessarily kosher) catered/take-out foods for seder for 10. Many thanks in advance for last minute assistance.
There is a new kosher/Israeli store in Woodcroft called Sabra. I haven't been there but that's where I'm going to look for something to bring to the in-law's seder. It's actually across the street from Woodcroft shopping center, on 751, same shopping strip as City Beverage and Randy's Pizza. Here is an N&O story that lists some of Sabra's holiday offerings: http://www.newsobserver.com/105/story... .
I would also probably check out Whole Foods and Weaver Street. I know Weaver St has holiday-appropriate baked goods, don't know about prepared foods.
Sabra's great for buying kosher meat (mostly frozen) or Israeli products, but it doesn't have any prepared foods. I think your best bet is to go to Whole Foods for prepared foods, as long as you're happy with kosher style -- their chopped liver, which they should have for Pesach, is supposed to be phenomenal.
Tarz, thanks for the tip on Whole Foods. I just tried it out. It was a very good version. They use chicken livers (which I prefer over beef) and they mix in a healthy amount of egg and onion. The texture is fairly creamy, and I was raised on a firmer, "crumbly" texture, but the taste was still quite nice. My SO and I both thought it was the best we have had in NC. I don't know how long they'll keep it past Passover, so get it while you can!