Savor: Exotic Eats

2015-2

savor — guide to food & dining on the azalea coast Wilmington may be neither big city nor culinary mecca, but all of these seemingly By Li n d s a y Ka s t n e r | Ph o t o g r a p h y b y J o s h u a Cu r r y Shopping the Port City’s Ethnic Groceries One Country at a Time ExoticEats Cactus paddles. Wakame. Quail eggs. Dried squid. obscure foods are easy to find here — for those who know where to look. The city is home to a handful of international food markets selling a wide array of ingredients for expats and adventurous home cooks, as well as heat-and-eat items for convenience-minded epicures. Tokyo Deli Nopal cactus leaves from La Huerta Fresh Produce offer many health benefits. Richard Muroya serves a hot bowl of udon noodle soup at Tokyo Deli. 84 WBM february 2015 Quail eggs, from Saigon Market Oriental and Hispanic Foods, are a savory albeit tiny delicacy. mercado shokuryouhin hanbaiten thi. tru’ ò’ ng


2015-2
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