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What You'll Get
Kosher markets are held to high standards: they're inspected by rabbis, they use different dishes for meat and dairy products, and no one is allowed to use the letter "E" while dining in one. Enjoy a vowel-light meal with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of kosher organic meats and eats from Aaron's Gourmet, located in Rego Park. This Groupon may be used toward shipping.
Serving up a host of free-range fare online and in-store, Aaron's Gourmet provides daily eats, catered treats, and holiday feasts for any hungry human. The glatt kosher and kosher-certified organic meat market stocks meats free of steroids, hormones, or antibiotics, and dishes out healthy edibles in low-salt, sugar-free, gluten-free, organic, and vegetarian varieties. Delve into bountiful bird parts such as chicken wings ($3.99/lb.) and boneless turkey breast roast ($9.79), or feast on four-legged grass-fed beef such as a whole trimmed 7–10-pound beef brisket ($12.99/lb.), lamb, and bison. Aaron's also sells a huge variety of kosher exotic foods, such as pheasant ($8.99/lb.), goose ($10.99/lb.), and pink caviar (500 grams, $39). The indecisive can create poultry chimeras in various combinations, ranging from the traditional Turducken to the Turdoubleduck, Duckenquail, or Duckenpheasan, alternating avian layers with your choice of challah and vegetable stuffing, rice pilaf, quinoa and organic vegetables, herbed basmati rice, or three mushroom kasha.
Six Yelpers give Aaron’s Gourmet a near-perfect average of 4.5 stars:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid toward shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Aaron's Gourmet
Had the butchers of Aaron’s Gourmet not been hired to prepare glatt kosher meats for delivery, they could perhaps have survived by manufacturing Russian matryoshka dolls—they have a knack for nesting. Supervised by Rabbi Israel Mayer Steinberg, Aaron's Gourmet's menu boasts many versions of poultries collapsed inside of each other, from turduckens—a hen inside of a duck inside of a turkey—to gooseduckenquails, a similar concoction that begins with a quail and ends with a goose. These creations join an encyclopedic list that includes exotic cuts of pheasant and oxtail, traditional slabs of Black Angus and smoked salmon, organic meats, and grass-fed roasts. Once Aaron’s processes an order, which can be made online, by fax, over the phone, or by smoke signal from an empty grill, the company generally ships the package overnight via UPS. Additionally, Aaron’s can cater for groups of up to 500 people, building holiday meals or barbecue-style cookouts from meats that can be prepared in American, Japanese, European, or Middle Eastern styles.