They stock everything from fresh epazote to blue corn masa to Guatemalan and Honduran crema. I was surprised to see fresh arbol and chilaca chiles (called pasilla chiles in their dry form). The dried chile and spice section is impressive, too, taking up a whole wall. I've heard they even seasonally carry huitlacoche, although I've never seen it. If you're a Mexican/Central American food enthusiast and want to cook authentic dishes at home, this is your market. VISIT SITE
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fFnd all your Venezuelan, Cuban, Spanish food needs including Jamon serrano, chorizo, lomo, turron, polvorones...I could go on. They have products you could find in most large specialized Hispanic markets but where they stand out is their collection of cured meats. If you are looking for something special in the cured meat department head here.
For a local supermarket, it's pretty well stocked. Lots of fruit and vegetable selections, including fresh stuff and they even have an organic section. Their meat selections are very very good They even have the Harina PAN (flour) that every good Venezuelan cook must have in the pantry for making aprepa. 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
You will find every thing you need here- from rare fruits and spices to Caribbean sauces and Asian noodles... the selections range from Latino (mexican, puerto rican, dominican, venezuelan, etc.) to Haitian and generic American groceries.
Houston officially has a Venezuelan bakery now to serve the appetites of the growing Venezuelan community in Houston and to introduce its specialties to the rest of the Houstonian community. This is the place to get arepas, empanadas, cachitos, pan dulce, and other bready Venezuelan goods. Visit Site
The International food is quite extense: Chorizo Espanol, Yerba Mate from Argentina, sweet potato preserve from Argentina, chimichurri sauce, cheese bread from Colombia, Dulce de Leche from Chile (yay), Harina Pan from Venezuela (to make arepas, which are corn meal patties and not to be confused with MAZA from Mexico),chocolates, cookies and coffee from Brazil. The Brits have it easy here as well. Lot of British products: cookies, chocolates, biscuits, waffles, tea, some drinks, VISIT SITE