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Best halva in southeast Michigan?


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All,

 

I will be visiting my father next month. He truly enjoys halva and I would like to bring him some. Given that we live in southeast Michigan, I figure there have to be some really good ones available here. Can you offer some suggestions? I know that he enjoys plain, chocolate, and pistachio halvas.

 

Thank you.

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Its been awhile since I lived in down there, but, if I recall correctly- there is a place called Aladdin's Markey on Packard Road in Ann Arbor. 

 

Hashem's Nut and Coffee Gallery in Dearborn carries Halva as well.

 

Depending on where you live, either of those might be a good option. Best wishes in your search!

An

-Andrea

 

A 'balanced diet' means chocolate in BOTH hands. :biggrin:

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For handmade fresh halvah, different from the typical commercial product, check out Zingerman's.

 

According to an old thread on LTHForum, Morgan & York, also in A2, carries fresh halvah.

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