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Pita Fresh in Yonkers or nearby?

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Vielka Aug 7, 2013 05:38 AM

Hi,

I'm making hummus for an event his weekend and would really love to have fresh wonderful pita or Syrian bread depending on where you are from. Any ideas of sources nearby? I know that there is a community near the Riverdale section of the Bronx, actually Yonkers, as many middle eastern restaurants have cropped up in recent years. Any ideas?

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    Maryld Aug 7, 2013 07:00 AM

    Yaranush Middle Eastern Gourmet, 322 Central Ave
    White Plains, NY 10606 (www.yaranush.com) is the only place that I know of that sells a variety of pitas and breads.

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    1. re: Maryld
      roxlet Aug 8, 2013 10:19 AM

      But they are unfortunately packaged. How about making the pita yourself. They are super simple to make.

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        Vielka Aug 8, 2013 11:35 AM

        Thanks; I may try the white plains place for now.

        1. re: Vielka
          chowdom Aug 8, 2013 02:23 PM

          I think my favorite brand of pita available at Yaranush is packaged in a clear bag with blue trim and/or writing, I'm sorry I don't remember the name. Definitely better than your average pita. The owners husband is very nice and always makes good recommendations you can always consult him!

    2. jcmods Sep 3, 2013 09:19 AM

      Ta'aim in Hastings probably has good bread. They also have the best pre-made hummous I have ever tasted (which I got once at the Bronxville Farmer's Market).

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      1. re: jcmods
        roxlet Sep 3, 2013 10:49 AM

        They still go to the Bronxville Farmer's Market. I saw them there a couple of weeks ago. I'll have to try the hummous!

        1. re: jcmods
          chowdom Sep 3, 2013 04:05 PM

          We picked up their basil hummus and also the roasted tomato and garlic hummus a couple of weeks ago, expensive but fantastic.
          Regarding pita/nan bread if it's the same as when they opened and they still make it in house the nan from Shiraz in Elmsford is delicious.

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            DGresh Nov 16, 2013 12:07 PM

            I didn't see nan in Shiraz when I was there; is it frozen or fresh?

            1. re: DGresh
              chowdom Nov 16, 2013 01:16 PM

              What type of bread did they serve when you were there?

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                DGresh Nov 16, 2013 01:50 PM

                I was talking about the market, not the restaurant, as I was assuming the OP was looking for bread she could get from a store

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                  chowdom Nov 16, 2013 02:40 PM

                  Oh ok...thanks for clarifying. I thought at one point in the thread we discussed getting it fresh from a restaurant. I have not been there recently but they used to serve the most addictive house made lavash. I don't specifically remember what they carried in the market.

          2. re: jcmods
            jcmods Nov 16, 2013 11:45 AM

            Just got back from the Bronxville Farmer's market and Ta'aim has a new Saffron Hummous. It's fantastic especially if you drizzle some spanish olive oil on it.

            They need to bring more bread though because they always run out by 1:00 or so.

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