In the freezer section, Pomegranate stocks not only pizza that's kosher for Passover, but also pizza bagels and a curious pizza-pierogi mash up called a pizzarogi.
Black and White Cookies
No New Yorker wants to go without black and white cookies, even for Passover. Thankfully Oberlander's Bakery makes a wheat and gluten-free version.
Passover Cake Mixes
They might call for a few more eggs and a little more oil than you're used to, but these cakes are pretty great for not having any leavening agents.
Pomegranate sells cane sugar-sweetened sodas that are kosher for Passover. (They deliver so there's no need to schlep.)
For those of you concerned with keeping your Passover seder local, this matzoh is handmade in Williamsburg.
A Glut of Gefilte Fish
Like it or not, gefilte fish is a Passover staple, and Pomegranate stocks more varieties than you can imagine.
And the Cone, too
No need to eat your Passover ice cream out of a bowl with these cones.
This section included foods known as Kitniyot or little things. These are foods that are kosher or Passover-appropriate in some cultures but not others.
Cute and Kosher
At Pomegranate an entire aisle is filled with nothing but kosher-for-Passover candy. These little marshmallow definitely beat out the chocolate covered matzoh when it comes to cute.
A portrait of the Pomegranate staff. I believe that they appear to be parting the Red Sea.