It’s time for a sweet New Year! Let New England Country Mart be part of the Greater Boston community’s Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur menus from the safety and comfort of your home for free delivery directly to your door.
The Jewish High Holidays uniquely and coincidentally overlap with an over-the-top busy time: the close of summer, the start of school and Labor Day weekend—and New England Country Mart has prepared an accessible and well-rounded High Holiday menu, carefully curating menu offerings fit for the final summer gatherings over the double holiday weekend.
As members of the Metrowest Jewish community ourselves, my husband, Jeff Kotzen, and I (co-founders of New England Country Mart) have carefully curated a menu for the holidays that is sure to take the pressure off of planning and coordinating a celebratory New Year meal and subsequent break-fast over the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur holidays.
The New England Country Mart menu has items for pre-order, specialty holiday goods that don’t require pre-order and all of the wine pairings to go with it through our newly expanded wine and craft beer selection. We have always celebrated locally-made products since the inception of New England Country Mart. Our continued partnerships with local businesses to offer the best of New England for the upcoming High Holidays is even more reason to celebrate: first-cut briskets and all-natural turkeys from Kinnealey Meats, fresh raisin challah, bagels and muffins from OMG Bakery, nova lox from Boston Smoked Fish Co., cream cheese from Barry’s Village Deli and rugelach and babka from BUNS Bakery is sure to please—and don’t forget the apples and raw, treatment-free honey from Republic of Vermont!
The ease of ordering from the safety and comfort of your home and convenience of direct home delivery will make these upcoming holidays that much sweeter. Plan your menu with the finest and locally sourced ingredients!
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