My wife and I went to Atlanta, GA
over the weekend to meet a cousin
bride-to-be and to visit a cattery
that specializes in the Maine Coon
breed of cats. While we were there, we stopped at Harry's Farmers
, a grocery store with myriads of neat and unusual foods and
one heck of a produce department. Every trip to Harry's, I find something
that I would never have considered there to be a market for, but which
upon reflection makes perfect sense.
On this trip, the item in question was Manischewitz Frosted Flakes.
While my wife was examining the pasta selections, I stood by the
cart until my eye was drawn to a box of cereal above the kosher food.
It had an odd little character on the front (sort of a brown blob with
arms and legs as best I remember) with the name Manischewitz Frosted
Flakes on the front.
Reading the side of the package, I found that this was made of unleavened
Passover bread and had been watched over during the production process
to assure that it was acceptable to be eaten during Passover. It had
the stamp of approval of a rabbinical group that vouches for its