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Food Finds: Eastern European treats at the Buford Highway Farmers Market

posted on March 8, 2010 at 4:44 pm

No trip to the renovated Buford Highway Farmers Market is complete without a basket full of stuff from the Eastern European deli counter. Stacks of chewy, dry Russian salamis, hunks of Polish butter, a most impressive selection of farmers’ cheese, large containers of bright green half-sour pickles, round shortbread sandwich cookies filled with caramel-colored condensed milk and a bounty of other goodies await.

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  • Re: Food Finds: Eastern European treats at the Buford Highway Farmers Market
    posted by: Mike · March 8, 2010  9:42 PM

    Those half sour pickles are awesome. You really need to try some of those cakes they have, too.

  • Re: Food Finds: Eastern European treats at the Buford Highway Farmers Market
    posted by: William Lobb · March 8, 2010  9:59 PM

    How could you not mention the smoked meats like Prauge ham smoked fish or the wide assortment of head cheese? It is a deli how can you not mention meat?

  • Re: Food Finds: Eastern European treats at the Buford Highway Farmers Market
    posted by: blissfulglutton · March 9, 2010  8:23 AM

    William: The column (for Creative Loafing) focuses on a specific item or “Food Find.” This one was about the pastries, which many people might not be aware of. The meats are fabulous; love the dry salamis.

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