For creative and adventurous chefs, incorporating ingredients and making dishes from different cultures is always fun and exciting but it also means having to go to many stores. But at Around the World Market, there are many countries and cultures represented, all in one location.
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For shoppers in the Morrisville area who are looking for food from Southeast Asia, a good place to stop by for a great selection and even better customer service is Al-Kareem Grocery on Chapel Hill Road.
La Farm Bakery has been in Cary for almost two decades but the popular source of French and European bread in the Triangle announced it will open a second location to start operation by the end of the year.
For professional chefs and casual cooks who love to eat fresh, local produce, Porter Farms has been a go-to destination for decades just outside the boundaries of Cary.
For the past 10 years, diners in the Triangle have known the restaurants of the 18 Restaurant Group. Now, the local area gets a taste as chef and owner Jason Smith opens his Cantina 18 in Park West Village.
Cary is full of great restaurants and many of us likely have our favorites we go to over and over again. But if you are looking from a break in repetition and you aren’t familiar with Ethiopian or Eritrean food, then Awazé is an excellent dining destination.
Summer is a more relaxed time which means amateur cooks can use those extra moments of the day to try out new recipes. CaryCitizen has asked chefs from local restaurants to contribute summertime recipes. This week, it’s Syed Yousuf from Kababish Café with a recipe for Summer Samosas.
Famous Toastery has been enjoying its location at Colonnades Way in Cary for a while now. And evidently, residents have been enjoying it too because the breakfast restaurant is opening a second location in West Cary.
With just a little bit of looking, you can find all sorts of grocery stores around the area that offer food and service that are hard to find in other markets. For example, there is the wide array of goods and helpful staff at Shivam Indian Spices on Davis Drive.
With its distinctive big sign and proximity to some of Cary’s busiest intersections, the Butcher’s Market has been on the mind of local cooks for years as a place to get quality meats and local groceries.