The carniceria is just like one you'd find in Argentina and the cuts are Argentinian asado-type cuts. They have all the spices and ingredients from Argentina, Brazi, Ecuador, Peru and most other South American countries. Keep in mind this is an Argentinian market. But at the Deli they serve all kinds of empandas.
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El Camaguey is an awesome market to buy everything you need for a carne asada taco party. The carne asada meat is fresh and delicious. The great thing about Camaguey is their diverse offering of various types of Latino Cuisine. From Caribbean, to South and Central American and of course Mexican.
Great little place. Excellent selection of meats for Asados at a good price (Butcher), as well as a good range of imported goodies, mostly from Argentina but also a few things from Spain, Portugal, and Brazil from time to time. Good selection of Yerba Mate.
It's a small place, but they have chicha morada, inca kola and aji amarillo. Just like your average corner store with milk, soda, chips & candy. Only this one even has empanadas and Mexican imported Coke, made with real sugar. They carry aji amarillos--Peruvian yellow peppers--on the shelves in cans and jars and in the freezer. Some look more like jams or paste, and some looked pickled.
All kinds of Ecuadorian, Peruvian, and Latin American products. They carry lots of herbs and spices that many Peruvians cannot find anywhere else in Chicago for their cooking needs.
There's also a hefty Latin American section, with high concentrations of Peruvian and Mexican products. You want Italian? Corrado's Market has pasta brands you won't find in Stop and Shop, tubes upon tubes of pesto, tomato, and olive pastes,and they even sell canned wheat for pastiera di grano. VISIT SITE
Every nook and cranny is stuffed with some sort of sauce, root, dried fruit or cooking device. A gem in New York City and heaven for those inspired gourmet cooks. Kalustyan's is the place to go for all your cooking needs, no matter how esoteric or specialised. They have a huge range of spices and condiments, and by no means are they limited to Indian-style items--they have everything. VISIT SITE
Items from Ecuador, Mexico, Bolivia, Colombia, Cuba etc...etc...Produce is very inexpensive and the variety is mind blowing! Wonderful selection of Latin American products - every kind of fresh and dried chile pepper you can imagine and other South American products as well, like Peruvian dried potatoes and blue corn flour. They have all kinds of unique produce and ethnic grocery items as well as regular grocery items.