Frank Deis wrote:The Trader Joe's(s) in NJ are located too far north and too far south from me so I hardly ever go.
We -did- go there for canned green olives when there was a thread here about that.
I'm happy to report that I can get Kumatos (black and tasty) at the Stop & Shop 2 blocks from my house!
What I -don't- like about TJ is the emphasis on prepared foods, which we don't need. Of course this thread might send me back there, since there are things I didn't know about or hadn't thought of. One store is in Princeton and another is in Westfield I think. Each one is maybe an hour round trip or more.
Jeff Grossman/NYC wrote:Certainly the produce and cheeses are nothing to write home about.
Carl Eppig wrote:Jeff, your TJs must be different than the ones around here. They are our primary source of fresh veggies during the winter...
Rahsaan wrote:Carl Eppig wrote:Jeff, your TJs must be different than the ones around here. They are our primary source of fresh veggies during the winter...
I think his other options may also be different than the ones around you.
James Dietz wrote:Thanks for all the suggestions of things I'd like to try.
Jenise wrote:James Dietz wrote:Thanks for all the suggestions of things I'd like to try.
They were demo-ing the poutine when I was there the other day. Looked too awful to taste. (And I don't dislike poutine.)
Robin Garr wrote:Jenise wrote: large wild caught gulf shrimp.
Jenise wrote:Robin Garr wrote:Jenise wrote: large wild caught gulf shrimp.
BP's! Only the finest!
Jay Mazzoni wrote:
Maybe you're referring to Burger's Market, which was indeed across from the "big old" Cave Hill cemetary (Colonel Sanders of chicken fame is buried there). Burger's started in 1958 and closed just last year. The two brothers and sister who owned it were ready to retire, and the next generation wasn't interested in running it. The brothers delivered groceries on their bicycles to my grandparents in the 1960's. We miss Burger's.
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