It’s not Grocery Shopping it’s an Adventure!

March 7, 2012 at 11:51 AM | Posted in baking, fruits, mushrooms, vegetables | Leave a comment
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If you live in the Cincinnati – Fairfield are you know about Jungle Jims. If you’ve never been you have to make it a point, it’s a one of a kind grocery shopping experience! No matter what the fruit or vegetable I’d bet the Jungle’s got it. A deli with every kind of cheese, meats, and olives imaginable. To go through every aisle you’ll need a good part of your morning to do so.

Food, grains, fruits, and vegetables from every country. The Seafood Dept. is unmatched! They even have live tanks where you can get fresh Tilapia, Trout, and Large Mouth Bass. They have different fish in the tanks from time to time. They always have 2 of my favorites fillets Walleye and Lake Perch. The Meat Dept. is just as incredible. Fresh meats; Beef, Pork Chicken, Bison, and a good selection of Wild Game. In another part of the store you’ll find Quail Eggs and even Ostrich Eggs from time to time! The Beer and Wine is full of all varieties from around the World The entire store is an adventure! I’ll leave the link to Jungle Jim’s below. Got to go I’m fixing a Turkey Pastrami and Colby Longhorn Cheese sandwich with a side of Stuffed Olives for lunch, thank you Jungle Jim’s!

Discover a World of Food and More!

Jungle Jim’s International Market is a superstore unlike any other. With 1 1/2 acres of produce, 75,000 international grocery products and cigars from 70 countries, there is much to discover. This huge grocery store also offers more gift shops, restaurants and conveniences than any other mega store in the region. Dazzling displays of fresh produce, aisles of wine and beer, artisan breads, exotic spices and more are around every corner. Enjoy freshly baked goods still warm from our scratch bakery, food demonstrations and made-to-order delicacies from our Sub Shop. Be amazed by our selection of fresh-caught seafood, meat, hot sauces, imported cheeses and international foods – plus all the American groceries and household items usually found in a supermarket. Just when you think you’ve seen everything, wander through our Candy Department and be serenaded by Elvis the Lion, learn new culinary techniques in our Cooking School and even get a beautiful flower arrangement.

At Jungle Jim’s International Market, we’re not just a store; we’re a destination!

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