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  1. Too bad they didn't have that when I went to A&M.
  2. Going to be in Seattle the week of Labor Day and I was wondering if anyone has been recently.
  3. RIP Silver Oak is no more.
  4. Nice write up. I agree with what you said. I didn't by the filet, how was it? I did buy the basil however and had the same results, it died in one day. I went back on Sunday 04/05/09 and the milk gallons are now $2.45. Still a pretty good price.
  5. Thanks, I'll have to check it out. I heard on the radio that the grand opening is today. http://www.discoverfairway.com/Paramus/ edited to add link ←
  6. From Fairway's website March 2009. See the right side of the page 3rd banner down. http://www.discoverfairway.com/ Tour of Paramus Fairway from the same site.
  7. Bummer I wanted to try it but have been too busy with work.
  8. On "Food Talk" on WOR Radio back in mid August Michael Colameco was interviewing Steve Jenkins from Fairway and he said they hope to open a New Jersey location by the first of the year. Show aired on 08/18/08 and should be available for Podcast. Edited for Steve Jenkins' name. Edit Off subject slightly. I just listened to the Podcast and Steve Jenkins said they would be opening in Paramus around the first of the year and that they would be adding stores in Pelham and Queens as well.
  9. That's too bad. I recommend Masa in Allendale for, what I feel, is good, authentic sushi and is definitely Japanese owned. edited for link http://www.masasushiandgrill.com/
  10. Market Basket in Franklin Lakes had advertiesed for the week 04/22/08 - 04/28/08 Prime boneless sirloin steak at $5.99/lb. Some how I don't think at that price it would be USDA Prime but it might be worth checking out. http://www.marketbasket.com/week.htm
  11. I would second Robert's simply for the location even though I've never eaten there.
  12. Made a big pot of Snert last weekend. Sorry, no pictures but the soup was great.
  13. Frank Bruni will be on Foodtalk with Michael Colameco on WOR 710 AM tomorrow, Friday 12/28/07, at 11:00 AM.
  14. Saw this http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.aspx?...US&Sp=C&topnav= at Costco.com and I was wondering if anyone has tried and could provide some feedback. Thanks.
  15. Brian, I too just saw the Today segment. Good job!!
  16. Actually Markt serves Stoofvlees at lunch with frites. I lived in the Netherlands for 4 years and don't recall seeing frites with stoofvlees. I had stoofvlees as an entree. Of course, it doesn't mean it didn't exits, just that I never had the pleasure of having had it. Sounds good though. Good luck with your search.
  17. Do you want the mayonaise like frites sauce or the gravy from the stoofvlees? Try this place http://www.pommesfrites.ws/menu.html or try Markt (they definitely have Stoofvlees) http://www.marktrestaurant.com/index2.htm edited to fix link
  18. I remember reading an article in the Record that this is A&P's newstore design. They have the same concept in Allendale and Midland Park. They are trying to be more of a grab and go specialty kind of store and are leaving the big store concept to Shop Rite and Pathmark. The one in Allendale was fairly nice at first but lately they seem to be running out of a lot of weekly special things and the quality, in my opinion, isn't any better than it used to be.
  19. I'm guessing Sockeye. My mom out in Seattle said that the Costco by them had the Sockeye for that price.
  20. I was in Ridgewood on Saturday and as of then it was not open yet.
  21. Bernie's Bagels in Allendale sometimes has them. BERNIE'S BAGELS, 201-327-2423. 99 W Allendale Ave Allendale, NJ 07401
  22. MikeyMike

    Dinner! 2007

    Thanks Octaveman. I was going to use those red peppers but my mom also wanted to make the dish and didn't want the dish as spicy and was only going to use a pinch of the crushed red pepper. edit I use the Koon Chun brand of bean sauce as well.
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