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Favorite places to source your food, pantry, cellar...

St. Paul Farmers' Market
Mississippi Market
Bills Import Foods
Penzey's
El Burrito Mercado
Kim's
United Noodle
Coastal Seafood
Golden Fig
Solo Vino
France 44
Sam's

What markets am I not going to that I should be? Good sources for Indian would be good, I remember one along time ago in NMpls on Central.

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  1. CurryUp (Indian food grocer in Maple Grove)
    Kowalski's Uptown for their meat guys
    Costco (never been to Sams' so I don't know if there are any significant differences)
    Minneapolis Farmer's Market (opening for the summer April 19th!!!)
    The Wedge
    Cub (for the cheapest staples- kosher salt, pasta, tomato paste)
    Fishman's for challah (IMO the best in town)

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    Wedge Community Co-Op
    2105 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55405

    Fishman's Delicatessen and Bakery
    4100 Minnetonka Blvd, Minneapolis, MN 55416

    Curryup Foods
    13601 Grove Dr, Maple Grove, MN

    Kowalski's Markets
    2440 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN

    Costco
    5801 W 16th St, St Louis Park, MN

    Farmer's Market: MPLS
    312 E Lyndale Ave N, Minneapolis, MN

    Cub Foods: Store Information
    5937 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN

    1. oops, I forgot Ingebretsens, only go once a year for the sylta!

      1. I love getting marble bread, challah, and other fun things at Cecil's in St. Paul

        1. You should go to Shuang Hur grocery on Nicollet. It's like United Noodle, but less tidy and pretty. The shelves are just crammed with stuff. I love United Noodle too, but sometimes it's fun to go somewhere a little...dirtier.?

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          Shuang Hur Oriental Market
          2710 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55408

          1. Patel Grocery (Central) and East Asia Grocery (I think that's the name, next to Bombay2Deli on Central) both have Indian staple foods and harder to find produce. I still like the kafir lime bunches @ United Noodles best though. Always seem fresher.