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Oriental Oink and Quack

Went to Orlando yesterday and checked out my favorite Oriental grocery store, West 50 for the natives, a converted large Walmart:

Needed couple of roast duck:

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A few pounds of roasted pork:

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On to the fish monger:

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They had some fresh whelk and clams, sometimes there are live eel:

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And if you want some Dungeness Crabs they are live:

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I see a wokking weekend in my future, now where is my wok??
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  • MickeyMickey Posts: 16,113
    So Richard did you buy a piggy?
    Salado TX Egg Family: 2 Large and a very well used Mini, just added a Mini Max (I'm good for now). 

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  • Man I wish we had one of those. VI lives close to one in Houston but we haven't gotten one yet. I bet their pork bellies aren't $5 per lb like I pay at my boutique shops around here.



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  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 7,806

    Man I wish we had one of those. VI lives close to one in Houston but we haven't gotten one yet. I bet their pork bellies aren't $5 per lb like I pay at my boutique shops around here.


    The bellies are $2.49/lb.
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  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 7,806
    Mickey said:
    So Richard did you buy a piggy?
    I usually get a pound or 2 of the roasted pork.  Great in pork fried rice.


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  • Man I wish we had one of those. VI lives close to one in Houston but we haven't gotten one yet. I bet their pork bellies aren't $5 per lb like I pay at my boutique shops around here.


    The bellies are $2.49/lb.
    I knew it. Dangit, I've got find a better place

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  • C-T,

    I haven't seen whole piggies at Ranch 99, but I think they have duck, and I know they've got beef, pork, chicken, fish, live shellfish, and some weird stuff like cuttlefish and others that I've never heard of.

    By the way, if you get up to Dallas often, there's one in Plano, I think.
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  • bboulierbboulier Posts: 302
    We make a run to a Fairfax, VA  Super H nearly every weekend.  Excellent (and cheap) produce, good fish, and good beef and pork, including some items not available at the local Giants (e.g., bull pizzle).  The pork belly is very good and recommend it for making bacon.
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  • My goodness! Wish we had some of the in Birmingham!
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