Purim Breakfast Basket
What did Queen Esther eat for breakfast? We think it may have been Haman's hat which is why we have put 10 large pieces of hamentashen into our Purim breakfast basket. (If you aren't up on the Purim story, we eat the triangle shaped cookie called hamentashen to remind us of the evil-seeker, Haman.) This terrific basket, which will remind it's recipient that it's time to enjoy and have fun, includes:
-2 eight ounce containers of hamentashen cookies including best selling flavors apricot, raspberry, poppyseed and prune (14 large hamentashen cookies)
-One plain challah from Zomick's
-12 ounce bag of healthy and delicious Apple Raisin Walnut Granola (gluten-free as well)
-Jar of award winning fruit spread
-Coffee and tea for 4
Unit Price: $79.99
Suggested Gift Card Text for Shiva and Sympathy Gifts
Feel free to revise, edit or combine, as is appropriate for you.
- With our heartfelt sympathy.
- Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
- We are thinking of you and your family.
- Our thoughts and hearts are with you.
- With deepest sympathy.
- We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts.
- May G-d comfort you among all the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
In closing, each card should include “love,” “sincerely” or “regards”, depending on the relationship. For business gifts, “your friends at XYZ Company,” is appropriate.
If you have been out of touch with the family for some time or if you knew the deceased and not the family, be sure to include some information in the card to let the receiver know who you are.