Best Of 2014: Ethnic Market

You'd think there was a world coconut milk shortage from the price of those cans at some stores. But not at Asian Pacific Market, where a variety of brands of the sweet stuff can be bought on the cheap, amid various other deals. Frozen mochi? Check. Lime leaves? Check. Rice in huge canvas bags? Check. Soy sauce, fish sauce, and curry pastes? Uh-huh. And the market isn't just for the shelf-stable and frozen stuff. Need a giant fish for some reason? The Asian Pacific Market has so got you covered. Have a recipe that calls for an unusual fruit or vegetable? You'll probably find it here, and you may also be tempted to pick up the rest of your produce for the week once you see the prices. — J. Adrian Stanley

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