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Kosher ideas in Toronto

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Need a gift for someone. Any recommendations for nice chocolate or gift basket?
Please help....thanks.

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  1. Chocolate Charm (bathurst & lawrence)

    Chocolate Moose (bathurst & lawrence)

    Baskets n Stuff (bathurst & steeles)

    I like Chocolate Moose better for baskets than chocolate charm but I think the truffles and chocolates are better at Chocolate Charm

    Baskets n Stuff is good for premade baskets and will do custom orders if you have enough time.

    If you need something further south than Steeles there is a place south of lawrence (i think they are south but might be just north) with a name I can't remember, maybe nuts n stuff or something like that. I drive by it all the time and can look for you if you need. I don't think they are nearly as good as Baskets n Stuff though.

    1. Not a gift basket.. but Godiva is kosher, and is always a safe bet.

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      1. re: hungryabbey

        I did not realize this about Godiva....very good to know. Thank you hungryabbey. That makes my life a little easier!

        1. re: millygirl

          Yep. its my go-to gift for my kosher-keeping friends and Hebrew teacher.

      2. There is a Kosher chocolate store in the plaza where Grdzinski's is on Centre Street at 1118 Centre Street, called Praline Chocolate Creations. I recently found out about them and have used them a few times for gifts. I haven't actually eaten their chocolates. It is a very small shop, a few doors away from the bakery.

        1. If I am not mistaken, I think Whole Foods on Avenue Road will prepare a gift basket of kosher products on request.

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          1. re: Doctormhl1

            Couldn't get to a Godiva outlet so settled on Chocolate Charm. I tried one myself and while it wasn't the best I've ever had - it was alright. Thanks for the ideas everyone and happy christmakkah.