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The granddaddy of New York City supermarkets. Huge selection, great prices, and oh, those crowds....
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The New York branch of the great French mustard company, founded in 1747.
Warm, sweet, creamy, and complex. And the world's most popular flavor.
Full-service market with good, if pricey, selections in produce, grocery items, meat and fish, cheese, bread and bakery.
New York City has more than 50 Greenmarkets. Lucky us.
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Blends of flavors bring the world into your kitchen.
An Indian spice market and grocery in Manhattan's East Village.
Also known as colatura di alici di Cetara. Fermented fish sauce that's been called the "ketchup of the gods."
Whether roasted on an open fire or puréed in your food processor, chestnuts are a versatile winter treat.
A small, family-run, resourceful and welcoming spice shop on Lexington Avenue.
Made by a Connecticut garlic farmer. No fillers or agents. Just robust flavor.
The fire and complexity of a quotidian spice: pepper.
An Egyptian grocer and halal butcher shop.
A trio of splendid Queens grocery shops that feature freshly roasted and ground coffees.
Full-service market with good selections in produce, cheese, bread and bakery, meats and grocery items.
A national spice and seasoning retailer with a resourceful online selection of herbs, spices, spice mixes, and rubs.
Sliced pickled jalapeños and cumin add extra flavor.
Adobo is both a spice mix and a way to cook, popular from Spain to the Philippines.
Add flavor and versatility to cooked, baked and raw foods.
Paprika is for much more than goulash and deviled eggs.
A top quality national grocery chain with a growing commitment to local farmers and competitive prices.
The fun, learning, and pain of a hot sauce tasting.
Mark Bitterman, author of Salted: A Manifesto On The World's Most Essential Mineral, With Recipes, gives us a salt primer.
Specialists in salt, chocolate, bitters and flowers.
One of NYC's shopping treasures, our own spice market.
New York has five outposts of this national chain that has a cult following. Three in Manhattan, one in Brooklyn and one in Queens.
Specialty grocers selling cheeses, charcuterie, spices, and hard-to-find imports.
On-line merchant for nuts, chocolates, coffees and teas.
Mixing and grinding your own curry transforms puréed butternut squash into a complex and satisfying soup.
Our own local spice market and a NYC treasure.
Small Chelsea Market retail outpost of online and wholesale nut merchants.
Intensely almond with a Cognac-tinged finish, this tart is easy to make even for the most pastry-phobic cook.
A cross between a bar cookie and an upside down cake, both sweet and tangy.
Think fresh herbs always trump dried? That's not the case with oregano.
New York's leading on-line grocer.
Twelve food merchants together in one Midtown Manhattan landmark.
Discovering the way and the means to make a fragrant and flavorful curry.
The world is a spice market and trying a few new seasonings can be inspiring.
A speciality market known for its nuts and dried fruit but it also has a full-service market with meat, fish, cheese, produce and grocery items.
A splendid natural foods supermarket in Manhattan's Columbus Circle neighborhood.
Ways to add flavor with the smallest member of the onion family.
Pan-Asian grocery in Chinatown.
Cooking with heat, whether from chili peppers or hot sauces, is a dangerous and delicious sport.
Middle-Eastern food grocery on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn Heights.
A Middle-Eastern market on Brooklyn's Atlantic Avenue.
A large natural and organic foods store in Brooklyn Heights.
A long-loved Brooklyn Heights shop that sells coffees, teas, and chocolates.
A natural foods and organic supermarket in Park Slope.
A charming and tempting family-owned candy and chocolate store celebrating its 25th year on the Lower East Side. Their well-chosen selection ranges from artisanal chocolates to kids favorites to organic dried fruits.
New York's fanciest food market.
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