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Im Fat

United States

#1 Nov 6, 2011
Anyone know if there is a asian speciality store here in town? I've checked all the local grocery stores (kroger, walmart and harps). They don't carry what i'm looking for

Since: Nov 07

Dallas, TX

#2 Nov 7, 2011
Im Fat wrote:
Anyone know if there is a asian speciality store here in town? I've checked all the local grocery stores (kroger, walmart and harps). They don't carry what i'm looking for
Memphis

“truth is a three edged sword”

Since: Jan 11

Babylon 5, Epsilon Eridani

#3 Nov 7, 2011
what are you looking for, maybe someone knows where to find it.
wow

Dallas, TX

#4 Nov 7, 2011
Im Fat wrote:
Anyone know if there is a asian speciality store here in town? I've checked all the local grocery stores (kroger, walmart and harps). They don't carry what i'm looking for
There's a place on Stadium, just south of the light at Harrisburg road, that sells Asian groceries. At least that's what the sign says. You can check there. I don't remember the name. It's a little convenient store on the left.
Im Fat

Fort Worth, TX

#5 Nov 7, 2011
I'm looking for Chili Oil mostly. But wouldn't mind trying other things
buffer

Jonesboro, AR

#6 Jan 21, 2012
Kitt's Asian Pantry on 3009A East NettletonAve. in Jonesboro. Same owner as Kitt's Thai and Asian Bistro on Caraway.
guest

Ash Flat, AR

#7 Jan 21, 2012
Im Fat wrote:
Anyone know if there is a asian speciality store here in town? I've checked all the local grocery stores (kroger, walmart and harps). They don't carry what i'm looking for
They might have what you are looking for at the pound. It just depends on exactly what you are looking for.
N*gs Always Talkin Real

Jonesboro, AR

#8 Jan 21, 2012
I heard they good at math?rrreeeaaallll tttaaalllllkkkiiinnn
usuk

Little Rock, AR

#9 Jan 22, 2012
[QUOTE who="N*gs Always Talkin Real"]I heard they good at math?rrreeeaaallll tttaaalllllkkkiiinnn [/QUOTE]\

You're so gross and ignorant that your mom and dad have to be conjoined twins; regular incest just wouldn't do it.
japan

Jonesboro, AR

#10 Jan 22, 2012
u think they have ramune?
guest

Paragould, AR

#11 Nov 30, 2012
i am looking for canned ramen noodles for the candy called haystacks. anyone know where to find it in can instead of a bag
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#12 Nov 30, 2012
If you're not able to find a store locally, I would imagine you could find what you're looking for pretty easily on the internet. Also would have a wider selection and competitive pricing. I have a friend that taught himself to cook Chinese and he get's almost all of his spices and other things online including some of the ingredients. Good luck!
old gal

United States

#13 Nov 30, 2012
guest wrote:
i am looking for canned ramen noodles for the candy called haystacks. anyone know where to find it in can instead of a bag
We always used canned chow mein noodles for haystacks. Never heard of canned ramen noodles. Let us know if you find them.

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Since: Apr 09

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#14 Nov 30, 2012
yea, it used to be penny pantry, then it was flash market. now some furriners own it and sell asian groceries, they still have live bait also. hmmm that's interesting.
anyway, i don't go there because i try to avoid furrin owned stores.
wow wrote:
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There's a place on Stadium, just south of the light at Harrisburg road, that sells Asian groceries. At least that's what the sign says. You can check there. I don't remember the name. It's a little convenient store on the left.
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#15 Nov 30, 2012
Professor Know It All wrote:
yea, it used to be penny pantry, then it was flash market. now some furriners own it and sell asian groceries, they still have live bait also. hmmm that's interesting.
anyway, i don't go there because i try to avoid furrin owned stores.
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If they're here opening businesses wouldn't they most likely be citizens? Just having papers to work here wouldn't be condusive to starting a business so I would bet they are naturalized citizens or those on the road to citizenship. Except for native American Indians, we're all immigrants from somewhere in our family tree.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16 Nov 30, 2012
Native-American Indians emigrated across the Bering Land Bridge to colonize North America. Therefore, we are ALL immigrants from somewhere else.

I don't know which stores they shopped in.
guest

Paragould, AR

#17 Dec 1, 2012
ok so i was told the wrong ingredient. anybody know what store has chow mein noodles in can instead of bag
George Wallace

Lees Summit, MO

#18 Dec 1, 2012
Im Fat wrote:
Anyone know if there is a asian speciality store here in town? I've checked all the local grocery stores (kroger, walmart and harps). They don't carry what i'm looking for
What kind of Chink grub are ya lookin for????
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#19 Dec 1, 2012
guest wrote:
Native-American Indians emigrated across the Bering Land Bridge to colonize North America. Therefore, we are ALL immigrants from somewhere else.
I don't know which stores they shopped in.
Wouldn't that make them the original inhabitants? I don't think nomadic wandering qualifies as emigrating plus you lack the country to immigrate from.
whatip

Jonesboro, AR

#20 Jan 17, 2014
Do it be open still yo

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