07 December 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Love for My Local Ethnic Store

I'm blessed because I can go to a local store near my house that specifically caters to a wide range of ethnic tastes.

Indian, Greek, Russian, Polish, Mexican, Honduran, Filipino, Egyptian, and so many more, all organized by ethnic background in a store the same size as a mega chain by my house.


Honey from all over the world, this one from Crete, Greece...


Beets, Dandelions, Dill, Curly Parsley, Watercress, Shallots (5 times the size of mega chain & 1/2 the price), Shiitake Mushrooms, Oyster Mushrooms, Marjoram (1/2 the price), Pastas, mustards, pickles, vegetable salads, jellies, and chocolates from Poland...



Curly Parsley, Dandelion, Watercress, Shallots, Mushrooms, Dill...



Sorrel and Polish pickles-To be used in soups...



Na razie...




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1 comment:

momphotographer said...

it all look soo good!
speaking about the honey you should be careful with that. not always the labels tell the truth. most likely that the ethnic stores have that right but in normal markets honey that is not labeled as from US most likely is from China (tainted with illegal antibiotic).It's banned in US so they send that honey to a different countries out of China and they label it there as coming from that particular country.
Terrible thing, and really dangerous for our health.

btw, I'm planning to go to my local Polish store for some grocery shopping for Christmas. They are not that cheap, though so I'll be buying just a few things!