I love good fish. But I don’t cook it that much, partially due to concern with how tricky fish can be to cook, and how easily it’s ruined, as compared to cooking other foods. And who wants to ruin something that’s somewhat expensive to buy?
Whether or not you eat meat, do yourself a favor and visit Green Hills Market at 5933 South Salina Street in Syracuse. That’s just a few blocks south of Route 173 and so worth the trip. It’s local grocery shopping at its best, for at least these two reasons:
I had just read Marco Pierre White’s autobiography, The Devil in the Kitchen, so I was very interested to find out about the notorious chef’s new TV show, Chopping Block. Despite its typical “one team get’s voted off the show” theme, at least it’s got the foodie angle, which is our weakness. Each team was [Read More…]
When Price Chopper in Syracuse stopped carrying a very tasty organic chicken, Coleman’s, and started marketing their “natural” chicken, which just isn’t as good, we were finally forced to do a bit of looking around the Regional Market for our protein needs. Last Saturday, smack dab in the middle of winter, we found all we [Read More…]
Regional Market: 2100 Park St, Syracuse, (315) 422-8647. True, not really a food store, but offers tons of great food, much of it from local farmers.
Liehs and Steigerwald: 1857 Grant Blvd, Syracuse, (315) 474-2171
Far East & Asian Groceries: 924 N Townsend St, Syracuse, (315) 476-9630
Lombardi’s: 534 Butternut St, Syracuse, (315) 472-5900
Samir’s: 811 E Genesee St, Syracuse, (315) 422-1850