I need to pick up some baklava for a party next weekend. Local restaurants are proposing outrageous prices. Anyone know if either TJs or Whole Foods carries it--fresh or frozen? and if anyone know if it's any good?
I'll have to pick Whole Foods baklava...Maybe today.
You might want to buy some and try it first to make sure its good. I'd hate for you to take it to a party and find out its only so-so
thanks everyone--I'll check my local TJs. $6 a tray is infinitely better than the $35/tray I was quoted at other places.
Trader Joe's carries it. It runs about 6 bucks for around a dozen pieces.
TJ's sells them by the tray (small trays), usually in the cookie section above the frozen foods. I don't remember how much, but undoubtedly far less than at Whole Foods.
The baklava are locally prepared and the OP is in the DC/Baltimore area it seems...
To the OP-I've only seen baklava fresh made and can't imagine how they could freeze nuts, honey and cooked filo to make it reheat properly.
Whole Foods carries baklava in their bakery, but it isn't cheap. Maybe $1.75/piece?
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