Ok, you got me!! Don't know what indian nuts are! I remember getting my haircut at the Farmers Market Salon. I guy named Larry, gave me the most beautiful, feathered haircuts of all time!! My friends mom, worked for one of the pocketbook vendors, I think his name was Marty?? We used to get the best looking pocketbooks!!<quoted text>Tomatoes 4 pounds for one dollar. I was there at least once a week with my mom and nana. I remember the mall before it was closed in, too. And Baraccini. The farmer's market across the street, where I was every single weekend and the pickle guy in there, made the half sour, wow!Indian nuts, I bet you never even heard of them. On Rt 111, near Dairy Queen there was a farm stand, I would go every weekend and buy up their corn on the cob, I could never get enough of it. I miss the farm stands like that. I could not believe it when Yellow top closed down. I remember when D Q went chocolate and gave Carvel a run for their money. Hansel and Gretle cold cuts was the rage. Remember Korvettes? Fortunoffs? We bought that crappy Veg O Matic in there after watching the demonstration.
I loved Carvel. I used to go to the one on Brentwood Road, next to Cinderella's Bakery. Yummy, those were the days. I lived in Bayshore, right on the border of Brentwood, so I spend my days in both towns!!
We had a little deli by us, called Katrinkas. What happened to those days?? I remember riding bikes with my little brother and sister over at St. Josephs Academy on Brentwood Road. Those grounds were so gorgeous. We used to pick apples, and the Nun's never minded.
Ah, who coud forget Korvettes!! How about Hamptons, on Sunrise Highway?? My parents bought my sister and me bunk beds from there!
By the way, I also love Dennis Farina!!:)