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I'm looking for more of a mexican store front or such.

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http://www3.jcpenney.com/jcp/X6.aspx? ... 9+833&hdnOnGo=true&submit search.y=10&SearchString=Guayabera&submit search.x=20&N=4294959029&Nao=0&SO=0&PSO=0&CmCatId=searchresults


Not sure if its in the stores or not...

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Does anyone know a store in Jersey City where I can purchase a guayabera? Need one for a friend's wedding. =) Any help would be appreciated!

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Anyone know where I can buy quinoa preferably in bulk. A&P sells it but I can't bring myself to spend $4.59 for a small box

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anyone know where i can find some pickled carrots? a&p didn't seem to have any.


From where do they originate?

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anyone know where i can find some pickled carrots? a&p didn't seem to have any.

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Thank you for all the suggestions, bit unfortunately quince is just too out of season I guess (didn't try Chinatown).
Erica, I needed the quince to make my own quince jam, but I took your suggestions and purchased a jar and I'm going to try and "fix it" a little to suit my taste.

Thanks again!

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This may be a long shot, but does anyone know where I can find quince?


It's not in season right now, so it might be hard to find. In the fall, I see them around JC at several of the Asian markets and at the Union Square Farmer's Mkt. (Not sure what you're using it for but you can get quince paste and quince jam at better supermarkets - awesome for cheese plates.)

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I assume you looked in the three supermarkets already...

I must admit that I had to look up what it was...

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The Quince (pronounced /kwɪns/), -- native to warm-temperate southwest Asia in the Caucasus region. -- related to apples and pears...

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I think I've seen it in Tender Shoots (or one of the other Asian Farmers Markets) on Newark and Grove near Grove Street PATH. If not, you'll probably have to make the trek to Chinatown.

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This may be a long shot, but does anyone know where I can find quince?

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Easy, you can find everything for a fried turkey at Shop Rite, Pathmark, or any other major supermarket. (but not the Cash and Carry)

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where can i get ingredients to deep fry a turkey in jersey city?

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NYC Cake Supply will have it - 56 W 22nd Street (really close to the PATH at 23rd). Their # is 212 675-2253 if you want to double-check before you go.


I stopped by here on my way home from work, and they only had teeny tiny containers of Swedish pearl sugar. But oh my god this store. I am going to have to pretend it doesn't exist or I'll end up buying everything in it.


I know! I almost feel like telling people about it is doing them (or their skinny jeans, at least) a disservice.

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NYC Cake Supply will have it - 56 W 22nd Street (really close to the PATH at 23rd). Their # is 212 675-2253 if you want to double-check before you go.


I stopped by here on my way home from work, and they only had teeny tiny containers of Swedish pearl sugar. But oh my god this store. I am going to have to pretend it doesn't exist or I'll end up buying everything in it.

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I want to make my own sugar waffles, so I'm looking for Belgian pearl sugar. I can crush sugar cubes if I have to, but it'd be nice to find the real stuff.


NYC Cake Supply will have it - 56 W 22nd Street (really close to the PATH at 23rd). Their # is 212 675-2253 if you want to double-check before you go.

Or you might try Garden of Eden in Hoboken - I saw it at the one in Brooklyn once so it may be something they carry.

Also, Ikea usually has Swedish pearl sugar (not exactly the same but pretty close) if you're going to be there any time soon.

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I want to make my own sugar waffles, so I'm looking for Belgian pearl sugar. I can crush sugar cubes if I have to, but it'd be nice to find the real stuff.

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MWA is right and I was wrong, they moved them above the fruit in prodcue, but they have only the large jars left.

Indeed shoprite only has the big ones. Target had smaller ones - not sure if they still do. By the kitchen stuff on a bottom shelf. Sorry I don't know what exact aisle I was in.

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I remember when there used to be a butcherie downtown.

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I've come to use Moloney's for my pork and beef, sometimes lamb. They are a true butcher, not just a meat market. The product is fresh and good quality (while not organic).

I recently bought 3 or 4 country ribs still together and roasted it in one piece. It was mouth-watering.

They would definitely have the bones, especially earlier in the day. I think they close at 5pm, on Saturdays anyway.

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You might also try Moloney's at Five Corners close to the JSQ Path if you'd like to support a local place. I don't eat meat, but I got a lovely roast for guests there quite lately, and they're very nice folks. They also have fresh pasta and Italian bakery items, and someone there might be able to give you a few pointers for your sauce-making.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/moloneys-meat-market-jersey-city

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Thanks Frank, I will check this place out.

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Does anybody know of a good italian deli or butcher in the Paulus Hook area? I'm attempting to make sauce for the first time and some would like to get some fresh ingredients. The recipe also calls for things like neck bones or spareribs, which I'm pretty sure I would need to get at a butcher. I also don't have a car, so it would need to be somewhat close. Thanks for any suggestions.


I don't know about places in downtown JC, but my favorite butcher shop is Florence Meat Market in the West Village, convenient to Christopher St. PATH. It's a tiny(!) place on Jones street near the intersection of West 4th. Since trying them out, I don't buy beef anywhere else.

I'd call ahead, but I'm sure they can get you exactly what you need.

Florence Meat Market
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Does anybody know of a good italian deli or butcher in the Paulus Hook area? I'm attempting to make sauce for the first time and some would like to get some fresh ingredients. The recipe also calls for things like neck bones or spareribs, which I'm pretty sure I would need to get at a butcher. I also don't have a car, so it would need to be somewhat close. Thanks for any suggestions.

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You should be able to find them in a produce store on Newark ave, near Little india between the blvd and summit ave.Thats where I last purchased some chilis.

Good Luck.

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I wish I could help but like fiery Szechuan Chinese resaurants bland soon becomes the rule of thumb for Americanos.

Shop Rite used to carry those long dark green thin squggly ones that looked like a Mandarin's foot long gnarled fingernail...they were pretty hot.
But NOTHING compared to the banana peppers my mom used to grow...celery green turning to red...that had to be picked with gloves to avoid swollen beet red hands. Even cleaning out the seeds was dangerous; God forbid you rubbed your eye.

A lot of people do what you do, grow the old heirloom varieties and keep passing the seeds to those who like the taste of Hellfire.

Alas, all I have is a windowsill and a partner who thinks even BLACK pepper is too spicy .

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Where can I find them?

I grow my own hot chili peppers in my garden, and my crop of nearly 1,000 peppers just ran out last week.

When shopping last week at ShopRite, I woefully noticed the lack of options for HOT peppers...which was the reason I decided to try my hand at growing them in the first place!

With so many unique ethnicities in this area, and NJ in general, many of whom enjoy nice spicy food, how are there not a better selection of very hot peppers at any of these stores? The peppers from my garden were from all corners of the world -- Mexico, Thailand, Belize, etc.

Anybody know a supermarket or produce store, preferably in Downtown JC, that has a good selection of very hot peppers?

I need me some capsaicin.

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I've seen saffron at Shoprite in the spice section...the high priced spiced section as opposed to the inexpensive spice section. The saffron was in a glass jar.

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Thanks y'all. Happy Holidays.

Laura...aka Texas

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Little India, hands down, for volume, freshness, price.

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