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November 17, 2010

Largest U.S. kosher supermarket opens in Pikesville

7 mileYes, in Pikesville. What, you were expecting Ruxton?

The largest U.S. kosher supermarket? Appears to be so. 

Here is Laura Vozzella's Maryland section story. She gets a great closing quote from a satisfied first-day shopper, who spoke admiringly of the new store's produce section, before concluding:

"But they're not giving me anything for nothing."

 

Baltimore Sun photo/Barbara Haddock Taylor

Posted by Richard Gorelick at 8:47 AM | | Comments (12)
        

Comments

I am confused by the red wagon things. Why does she have so many carts? Kosher Caravan...

Original Headline:
Largest Jewish Suburb Found in Maryland

Day off tomorrow ... time for a road trip! And Pikesville is close enough to Catonsville to hit up one of the Korean markets on the way around.

Those red wagon things look great. I can't remember how many times I've only needed a basket for my stuff but then it got ridiculously heavy.

I got some amazing apple-wood smoked bacon and Chincoteague oysters there for Sunday brunch after Mass. It's St James of Compostella day on Sunday! Woohoo. Get out your Tabasco and berets!

Oysters?? I would have thought scallops for St. James.

B>)

Made it to Seven Mile this afternoon. Scored some great veal bones for stock, nice corned beef (though not "veal roll" ... the lady at the counter told me, "No, you're too late.") I bought no dairy, and segregated meat and "pareve" in my cart. I really, truly, hope I didn't offend anyone there. Or maybe the looks I got had to do with the Episcopal Church seal embroidered on my vest. Oops!

There are times that people think I'm Jewish. When I go to Seven Mile, however, there is no doubt that I'm the Goy in the midst.

I can't get behind any religion that forbids cheeseburgers

I went there but couldn't find any Cheesy Blasters.

RoCK, does that make you the goy in the soy?

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You are reading the archives. For updated blog posts about the Maryland food scene, see Richard Gorelick's new Baltimore Diner blog.
Richard Gorelick was appointed The Baltimore Sun's restaurant critic in September 2010. Before joining the paper staff fulltime, he contributed freelance criticism and features articles about food to area and regional publications. Along the way, he dispatched for short-distance trucking companies, shilled for cultural non-profits, and assisted in cognitive neurology research – never the subject, always the control.

He takes restaurants seriously but not himself, and his favorite restaurant is the one you love, too.
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