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Rosiepigs Sep 15, 2009 05:49 PM

The 'rents are coming into town for the High Holidays, and I need to locate a nice kugel and a round challah to make it a complete meal. And a kosher chicken, but i feel like that should be easier to find. Does anyone have any bakery recommendations in the Fairfax district for quality kugellage?

  1. Emme Sep 15, 2009 08:58 PM

    I enjoy getting challah from Beverlywood Bakery.

    Joan's on Third is doing a kugel that can be pre-ordered.

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      paprkutr Sep 15, 2009 09:05 PM

      The best roast chicken is at Doheny Kosher on Pico. They might have the kugel. If it doesn't have to be strictly kosher go to Beverlywood bakery, or shwartz does a decent challah.

      1. roxhills Sep 15, 2009 09:53 PM

        try pico kosher deli on pico/robertson for the kugel. they can probably also sell you a cooked chicken if you need one. any of the bakeries around there can sell you a round challah. Or, try Western Kosher on Fairfax, across the street from Canter's for the chicken if you want to cook the chicken yourself.

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          ozhead Sep 16, 2009 12:43 PM

          The Benes bakeries inside Gelsen's markets make round challas for R.H.

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            Rosiepigs Sep 17, 2009 03:19 PM

            Turns out Fairfax is Sephardic. Kibbeh, bourekas, baklavah? Yes. Kugel was harder to find. In the end, Pico Kosher had a good selection (they didn't even know what they were at Beverlywood). If you're ever in the area, the koobideh kabob is a deal at $4 at Sinai Market.

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