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Place to buy things like beef and pork necks, offal, and great produce in Denver area

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ptboat67 Jun 18, 2010 08:33 AM

I just moved from Atlanta to a small town in the mountains near Denver. In Atlanta, I shopped at the Buford Highway Farmers Market, Super H (duluth) and the Dekalb Farmers Market (fancier) for produce, staples, and meat. If you're familiar with the revamped BHFM, you'll know that the quality is there and the prices are very low, plus one can get things from almost anywhere in the world.
I'm having a really hard time finding anything other than Kroger subsidiaries and Whole Foods here and am wondering if I just need to "let go" and realize that finding the offal and "lesser" cuts of meat that make great stocks and terrines are gone for me.

I'd appreciate ANY input.

Thanks.

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    Mimi RE: ptboat67 Jun 20, 2010 07:49 PM

    How about trying some of the ethnic markets...plenty of Asian and Mexican markets to choose from. Try those along Federal for a start.

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      ptboat67 RE: Mimi Jun 21, 2010 04:27 PM

      I saw that there's a smaller, regular H Mart in Aurora, which is a good drive away. Though the HMart site does not acknowledge that it exists.

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      ptboat67 RE: ptboat67 Jun 29, 2010 05:09 PM

      Is there a Food for Less around? I remember, from a California trip, that those places had all of the interesting cuts of meat without being a one family show of questionable quality.

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