I always am on the hunt for new gluten-free foods, this year being no exception. The holy grail is still GF ice cream sandwiches that I know were made a few years ago. I only heard about them - never actually saw them. I'm not sure they're even made anymore. I'm now keeping my eyes open for gluten-free chow mein noodles, made by Paskesz. They're available for ordering online through kosher.com, but I'd like to find them locally. UPDATE (3/21/09): I found them at the ShopRite on Roosevelt Boulevard in Northeast Philadelphia - they are delicious! They come in thin and wide varieties.
The ShopRite in Cherry Hill, New Jersey (where Kosher Experience is located) had one new item of note: gluten-free pizza bagels. I've seen similar ones made before by Manischewitz, which apparently are now being made by Klein's. Klein's also manufactures Passover Flats, which can be used for french toast, sandwiches and homemade pizza. That ShopRite is also carrying gluten-free oat matzoh imported from England at $29.95 a box. Also available by mail order are handmade oat matzohs from Lakewood Matzoh Bakery in Lakewood, New Jersey. UPDATE (3/22/09): GF oat matzoh is also available via online ordering from a Brooklyn, New York bakery, Heaven Mills. We also are looking forward to the fresh cakes and cookies that usually show up in stores about two weeks before the start of the holiday. Our favorites are those made by Shabtai Gourmet. You can order Shabtai products online with free shipping - I'm not sure if their Kosher for Passover products are available for online ordering, as I know from past years Andrew Itzkowitz and his family have lots of holiday cakes and cookies that are not listed on the website.