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MarketBasket: A kosher for Passover granola

Matzolah
Matzolah
Matzolah Gallery: MarketBasket: A kosher for Passover granola

It's not quite as bad as, say, wandering 40 years in the desert, but kosher-for-Passover breakfast can be a pretty bleak affair.

Now there's a better alternative: Matzolah, a granola made from matzo toasted and mixed with nuts, raisins, coconut, and maple syrup. Try the original, whole wheat, or gluten-free versions with milk, or alone as a snack.

- Samantha Melamed
Maple Nut Matzolah, $6.49 for a 10-ounce canister at Whole Foods Market, 929 South St., 215-733-9788, or 1575 The Fairway, Jenkintown, 215-481-0800.

Stovetop grilling

It seems like grilling weather may never arrive - but meantime you can fake it with a new grill pan in a springlike hue. Sur La Table has the exclusive on Le Creuset's Skinny Grill in enameled cast iron at a special introductory price. -S.M.

Le Creuset Rosemary Skinny Grill, $79.95 at Sur La Table, 500 Route 73 S., Marlton, 856-797-0098, and 609 W. DeKalb Pike, King of Prussia, 484-612-0040.

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