Coarse vs course?
You really did an article about blue crabs at Super G Mart....made it sound good...did you realize they only sell FEMALE blue crabs??? No one who has a knowledge of blue crabs will EVER eat a female crab....they may have something good there but they are the reason we do not have male crabs.....seriously.....kill a female and where do you expect a child to be born? did you research crabs before you did this article? I hope others will send feedback as well. Fishing for females should be outlawed.
Try at Bottarga.com
Online Bottarga shop
yes, if I could buy some in Charlotte. Any idea where to purchase?
Will you be having Paczkis for Fat Tuesday?
How about a street address?
The last name is Azazi, you should learn the peoples names you are interviewing.
I live in anchorage,alaska and I am from the Virgin Islands and for the life of me there isn't much cultural foods...so i was wondering where i would find sum of that good fish?????someone help me!!!
Whole Foods is giving away turkeys in Charlotte on 11/21: http://obswhatsinstore.blogspot.com/2011/11/whole-foods-to-give-away-100-turkeys-in.html
Just to let you guys know, Pan de Muerto is also available at Las Delicias Bakery (4405-B Central Ave.) Las Delicias is Charlotte's oldest Latin Bakery with many delicious treats from all over Latin America. The Bread of Kings is also available every year right after New Years. Try it any time of the year, it's great!
Sat. am at Yorkmont Farmers Market - Harvest Moon Grille Food Cart has great pork or lamb filled tortillas. YUM
Island Spice (Islandspice.com) makes a great jerk rub. I like to mix it with a little olive oil, beer and a couple dashes of Scotch bonnet sauce and whip up a killer marinade.
I was also stationed in Gitmo (Guantanamo Bay Naval Base) 1990-1992 while in the U.S. Navy. Eric is absolutly right, its the best!
Well, this was a useless article. Talk about being mislead by the title. I thought you were actually going say where to find Chicago style pizza in Charlotte. Maybe the title should have read "Where to find Chicago Style Pizza: In Chicago!
I always thought that was fried pickles. I'm sure Charlotte didn't do it first, but I grew up in Raleigh and never had them or heard of them until I moved here. Since then, I've noticed them on menus in other cities, but nowhere else are they so ubiquitous. Whenever I have an out-of-towner here, they've never heard of them either and end up loving them.
just called them 7/22/11 no, they have no tamales, they have no tamles today!
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