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Mt. Kisco shivah - where to order? do they deliver?

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I want to send something to a shivah in Mt. Kisco, but I'm not local. Can anyone tell me who in Mt. Kisco people use for baked goods and do they deliver? Does not have to be kosher.

Many thanks in advance.

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  1. When in doubt - just go with a fruit platter.

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    1. re: brooklynkoshereater

      perhaps i wasn't clear...i don't need suggestions of what to send. i have been handling shivah calls my entire life. BUT i don't live in or near mt. kisco so i need suggestions of WHO to order from so i can have something delivered to the house...as i may not be able to go in person.

      thank you anyway for the fruit suggestion.

      1. re: hungrykids

        We always send a schmear of ruggies and sour cherry chocolate babka or marble poundcake from Lulu's they deliver. Hartsdale Cheesery also makes a fine schmear with bagels and the works, not sure if they deliver, though.

        1. re: RawTunaFan

          thank you. i'll take a look at Lulu's and I'll check to see if Hartsdale Cheesery delivers.

    2. Maybe someone more local than jfood could chime in on whether the Mt Kisco Smoke House would make a platter and deliver.

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      1. Big Apple Bagels/Bakery would they have that stuff or, Susan Lawrence in Chappaqu for a little more gourmet or the Bagel Emporium in Chappaqua. For fruit, you could use the Village market in Chappaqua or the Mt Kisco Farm has delicious fruit

        1. Because I always appreciate it when OPs follow up to let responders know how it all turned out....

          In the end, the shivah was moved to a family member's house nearby instead of in Mt. Kisco...

          Many thanks to all of you for the great suggestions.