Best Buy Supermarket
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Best Buy Supermarket
If you get intimidated when walking into an Asian grocery store for the first time, don't be. What awaits you at your neighborhood Asian grocer is not only some of the same stuff you would find at your local supermarket, but a larger variety of products with a vast array of brands to choose from, as well as cheap prices.
Spices are a lot less expensive at the Asian supermarket and they come in large quantities that you can just refill your empty containers at home with. I would recommend getting roasted rice powder, which is normally not found at your local grocer.
Mortar and pestles are generally used in a lot of Thai and Lao cooking. For example, papaya salad is one of the recipes that is best known for having a mortar and pestle handy. Learn the differences between Thai and Lao papaya salad here.
If you've developed a fondness for Southeast Asian cuisine (maybe because of my blog) through restaurant touring, friends, and foodie Instagram accounts, you may now want to start making your own homemade version at home. Instead of forcing yourself to pursuing the single shelf at your local grocer of international foods, an Asian supermarket will allow you to browse a variety of products and brands that you never knew existed.
Aldi wears its German roots proudly. Look no further than the strudel in the freezer case for proof. You'll find chocolates from Germany and other European countries on store shelves, too. Shopping experts say specialty chocolates, in general, are among the best things to buy at Aldi because they are "smooth and creamy at a much lower cost than most other stores."
Aldi also carves a niche with imported German products you won't find at your American supermarket chains. We previously noted the German chocolates, beer and bread (marketed under Aldi's proprietary Deutsche Kuche label). Don't overlook the flavored spaetzles, German-style pickles, apple strudel and unique snacks that waive off the dreary chips and pretzels route. As with the chocolates, you see much more of this on Aldi's shelves during the winter months.
Of course Aldi wants to corner the market on soda, especially this time of year. It's a huge, profitable sector of the supermarket business, and Aldi is skilled at mimicking brand lines and labels.
Aldi even carries a wide lineup of Coca-Cola products at prices about par with supermarkets, including Walmart (both had 2-liter bottles of Coke for $2.14). But proceed with caution in this area of the store: the knockoffs aren't great-tasting. And if you're leaning toward the brand-name Coke products, you'll likely do better, especially in the warmer months, at conventional supermarkets. Soda is heavily discounted and manufacturer coupons are typically flush in the summer.
Skip store-brand napkins and paper towels from Aldi, experts say. Paper products from Aldi's Boulder line can feel flimsier than national brands, and sales and coupons at other supermarkets can make national brands including Bounty competitive in price. Even without a sale, we found comparable rolls of paper towels selling for the same price at Target and Aldi.
Chips fans have called Clancy's kettle chips dead ringers for the Cape Cod potato chips stocked in supermarkets. The price is right, too. An 10-ounce bag of Clancy's chips sells for $1.88, versus $3 for an 8-ounce bag of Lay's Kettle-Cooked chips at Walmart.
It lists the 12 best types of Japanese drinks including Japanese soft drinks, Ramune soda drinks, Japanese juice drinks, traditional Japanese drinks (and what you drink at a Japanese tea ceremony) and Japanese alcohol.
Best Market was a family-owned, regional supermarket chain with 30 stores in New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey. The company was headquartered in Bethpage, New York, and had been owned by the Raitses family since the company's first store opened in Lake Ronkonkoma, New York, in 1994.
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