Good thought, but that's not H-Mart. I love the H-Mart, but there is one place that is even more "all around the world."
Super Grand? Have I heard of Super Grand? You say Super Grand just an hour after the post went up? Are you sure that you don't want to change your answer? Hmmmm.Failed experiment! So "mystery" idea this didn't work as a three-day series of posts with photos. Time to revise those other posts!!
It had to be either H-Mart or Super Grand - what other options could there have been? We don't have Wegmans or Whole Foods, and the small middle eastern and Mexican groceries, while exotic, are too small
Have you ventured into PG to the new Wegmans? If so, does that make this a trick question?
@dzoey -I didn't think Super Grand was so well known. I have posted a few times, but it seemed below the radar!@Amber - You know, I haven't been to the new Wegmans. I need to make a trip.
I just moved back to Howard county from Toronto, and I absolutely love to eat. I just wanted to make a quick comment being that my dad is west indian, and the foods we grew up on. Jamaicans and trinidadians, west indians love chinese food, and all types of potatoes, lettuce/cabbage. It's really diverse, so hence that west indian market places would have a lot of diversity. I have to check this spot out because I love where they sell cultural variety as it seems much harder to find certain things here.
@Khadija -- Actually, it's not a West Indian store. Super Grand is a Korean-owned supermarket. Great place. They're similar to the H Mart in Catonsville or Lotte in Ellicott City, but they seem to cater to a wider variety of cuisines -- including the West Indian section, the Indian section, several rows of Mexican, etc. Check it out.
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