PASSOVER TO GO: European-style market Iavarone Bros. (7929
Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury Village Center, Woodbury 516-921-5400
www.ibfoods.com) offers an at-home four-course meal for Passover.
The menu of traditional and kosher Passover favorites includes
matzo ball soup, choice of starters, main courses and vegetables
plus dessert. The menu includes starters: Gefilte fish with
horseradish sauce, chicken liver; main course: beef brisket,
boneless Bell & Evans turkey breast or herb-roasted chicken;
sides: haricots vert almondine, roasted red potatoes, potato
latkes, carrot tzimmes, matzo-encrusted spinach and artichoke
casserole; dessert: home-style macaroons, fresh fruit bowl.
Enough for 10-12 people, the package is $299 plus tax and
orders for delivery or pick-up must be made two days in advance.
EASTER ON WHEELS: If Easter is your holiday, Iavarone Bros.
has a similar package with menu choices built around a main
course of roasted boneless leg of lamb with lemon, garlic
and fresh herbs; boneless stuffed pork loin with prosciutto,
provolone, parsley and Locatelli Romano; Chicken Iavarone
with sautéed peppers, artichoke hearts, mushrooms and
capers; or glazed spiral cut ham.
A DEAL FOR ANGLERS: Naders Fish on the Run (217 New
York Ave., Huntington 631-423-6300) has made its presence
known as a destination for diners seeking fresh, simply prepared
seafood and fish and chips in a flash. But if you want to
take your fresh fish up another notch, Nader has a deal for
you. Its simple you catch it, they cook it for
$4.95. If youre not heading out on the fishing boat
any time soon, theres still lots to choose from, and
be sure to check out the new entrees on Naders menu.
MARONI HONORS: Grenville Baker Boys and Girls Club will honor
Mike and Maria Maroni, proprietors of the legendary Maroni
Cuisine in Northport, at its annual June Dance on Saturday,
June 2. Mike Maroni, whose mamas meatballs beat Bobby
Flays in a Food Network-televised throwdown, is the
creative force in the kitchen, and Maria is the charming and
beautiful front-of-the-house at Maroni Cuisine.
Theyll be giving back to the community helping to raise
funds for the Grenville Baker Boys and Girls Club, which provides
over 1,600 young people with knowledge, skills and the guidance
they need to pursue their dreams. For information on the dance,
go to www.gbbgc.org.
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