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Old 02-18-2010, 09:49 PM
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A while ago, I wanted to find what I call the "Old Market" in Paterson, NJ. In there is an old fish market, actually 2 or three. They have more kinds of fish than I have ever heard of. I have never gotten a bad piece of fish there. The fish are whole and they will do whatever you like to them.

I have been buying Kng Salmon there, amongst others. I have always found salmon to be fatty and kind of greasy. I am on my fourth Salmon and these are the best that I have ever had. No grease and delishous. There are also grocery stores anf produce shops. You really need to know what you are after, but, it is interesting and I am learning.

I have not had the intestinal fortitude to get a fresh whacked chicken. I keep looking and wonder if they really do taste better and what kind ot get. There are several breeds there.
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Sounds like a place I'd spend a lot of time (and $) in..........it's out of range for me, unfortunately.......
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Were you on Market Street??? My whole childhood was spent heading out there with my Mom on the weekend or Friday night. Sawdust on the floor of the butcher..
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I think that is it Vera. I have only come across live chicken sellers. I haven't seen the butcher yet. I am still exploring.
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The butcher shop was called Ed Whites...
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I'll look for it,
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