Great Food / Culinary Items You Can Get Online

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    I've rattled on about McClure's Pickles elsewhere. I thought I would start this thread to share in the appropriate area and learn from everyone about their favorites too!

    McClure's Pickles

    Not affiliated in any way, shape or form. Just a customer.
     
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    From my old home: Sprüngli chocolates + truffles
     
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    For me it's all about the high quality dead animals.

    This site will link you to a nearby farm for grass finished beef and other pastured products, or one that will ship to you.

    And this place will ship you sushi-grade fish.
     
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    I was especially pleased with the steaks shipped fresh, not frozen from Peter Lugers

    http://peterluger.com/ourmeats.cfm

    I enjoyed these steaks cooked in a cast iron pan at home, better than my meal at their restaurant and definitely better than the many steaks I've ordered over the years from Lobels. (http://lobels.com/store/main/beef.asp)

    Betty's Best Chocolate Chip Macadamia Nut cookies from Hawaii
    http://www.cybersnacks.net/bettys_best_cookies.html#597

    Grand Traverse makes a nice cherry pie
    http://shop.gtpie.com/

    A must every January is a crate of honeybell oranges (juicy, sweet, virtually seedless & easy to peel) from most any grower in Florida
    http://www.honeybell.com

    I've sent appetizing to clients from Barney Greengrass and heard nothing but good things
    http://www.barneygreengrass.com/online_shopping.php?catID=12

    Alternatively, though I've only ever shopped in the actual store but I'd also suggest the smoked fish from Russ & Daughters
    http://www.russanddaughters.com/

    Fruit butters, conserves & marmalade from June Taylor
    http://www.junetaylorjams.com/index.htm

    to name a few ;)
     
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    Some of the best dry spices I've ever found are from the Spice House. Many folks like Penzey's. FYI Penzey's is a spin off from The Spice House... one of those family things I believe. I like the original.

    The Spice House
     
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    Acme probably is both their sources.

    That reminds me that I've yet to get over Brooklyn to visit their brief public retail hours (on Friday mornings) though it's only a short subway ride away, Maybe THIS week! :)
     
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    Thanks for the thread. It has my mouth watering.
     
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    Adding to my list of foods I've ordered online to send others but personally have only ever sampled on-site at restaurants are:

    Pastrami from Katz's
    https://www.katzdeli.com/shopping/index.php?cat=meat&PHPSESSID=4940ee678bccee5d93ecbb710fec5322

    Matzo ball soup from 2nd Ave Deli
    (oops looks like they no longer offer this but may start again)
    http://www.2ndavedeli.com/store/special/

    S&S Cheesecake
    http://www.sscheesecake.com

    Juniors Cheesecake
    http://www.juniorscheesecake.com/juniors_cheesecake/Juniors_Cheesecake_Home/Our_Collections.php

    and finally here are places where I eaten and thought of sending someone but have yet to do so:

    Veniero's Pastry
    http://www.venierospastry.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=SFNT&Store_Code=V

    H&H Bagels (for those who like that style)
    http://store.nexternal.com/hhbagels/bagels-c2.aspx

    For those that prefer a more bulbous bagel, I do believe Ess-a-Bagel ships but you may have to order by phone.
    http://www.ess-a-bagel.com/
     
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    My wife likes Chamomile Flowers. She orders from www.myspicesage.com. It has a wide variety of teas and spices.
     
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    bk3day, taking a wild guess here--you're from New York? [​IMG] I would die for a hot pastrami on rye from Katz's, or 2nd Ave, or Barney Greengrass...nothing in DC comes close to NYC pastrami (with a bowl of sour pickles.)
     

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