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Recommended Discoveries at Pomegranate?

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Looking for recommendations of foods that you may have discovered and enjoyed in Pomegranate supermarket - from take-out, cheeses, baked goods, unusual food products on the shelves, etc.

Thanks very much!

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  1. Their fresh, homemade mazerella! Love it!

    1. They have a crumb pear kugel that is quite good.

      1. The neopolitan was fantastic.

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        1. re: lilsysweety

          Can you please be more specific about what a neopolitan is?
          Thanks very much!

          1. re: Bzdhkap

            Maybe s/he meant a Napoleon?

            1. re: queenscook

              Well, neApolitan is the official name of those three-flavor boxes of ice cream, with the stripes of chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla, but I've never had one of those that was particularly exciting.

            2. re: Bzdhkap

              whoops! (sorry, mommy brain)
              I meant the Napoleon, a layered pastry with custard and a yummy chocolate/coffee flavored top.

          2. I bought Romesco Munstarella cheese the other day. It came presliced in a foam tray. My husabnd liked it melted into an omelet. I'm not sure if I'll buy it often- it was $15.99/lb.

            1. 1. Chocolate-flavored granola mix.
              2. Honey-Roasted peanut butter found in the coffee bean section.
              3. Pepper-crusted mozzarella cheese

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              1. re: iceberg

                We tried challos from their bakery this past Shabbos. the appearance was outstanding but the taste was only average. They have a bigger selection of cholov yisrael gourmet imported cheeses than anywhere else

              2. I found sugar free grapefruit ices that are amazing. Also their sugar free cakes and cookies are very good.

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                1. re: pitagirl

                  My husband's grandparents loved the sugar free cakes we bought them. They looked really pretty, and like the real thing.

                2. Cranberry baguette

                  1. Now that Pomegranate has been around for a while, I thought I'd bump this up again.
                    Still looking for things you've discovered and enjoyed at Pomegranate.
                    Thanks again!

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                    1. re: Bzdhkap

                      I really enjoyed their cheese anti-pasta. Also, their sausage was nice. Not to spicy, and not to much filler.

                      1. re: azcohen

                        This is TOTALLY splitting hairs, but this a foodie web site...
                        It's spelled ante-pasta (before the meal, not against the meal)

                        1. re: vallevin

                          it's actually spelled antipasto or antipasti from wikipedia-- Antipasto, or antipasti, means "before the meal" and is the traditional first course of a formal Italian meal

                    2. can someone tell me (if they remember the next they're at Pomegranate) if they carry an Osem Chickaree coffee substitute (I think it;s actually made in France and shipped to Israel) . we've only seen the product in Israel. a couple of friends have told me they'd try and get it in Israel for us, but I'd like to save them the trouble

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                      1. re: berel

                        we saw homemade bleu cheese dressing, all varieties of dried fruit, mitoku asian products

                        1. re: koshergourmetmart

                          was there yesterday-they had varieties of mozarella-ciligiene, Bocconcini and antipasta-mozarella balls with herbs in oil; kosher tic tacs, kosher hubba bubba, large selection of mitoku Asian products, dried fruit incl dried kiwis, lots of other cheese, homemade tomato sauce, blue cheese dressing and more.