Groceries, like electricity and phone calls to Karl Malone, are a basic living expense. Get the fundamentals with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Middle Eastern Groceries
Middle Eastern goods such as tea blends ($8.99), chicken-kebab seasoning ($7.99), and cans of lima beans in tomato sauce ($3.99). From the butcher’s counter, meats such as chicken breast ($4.49/lb), chicken legs ($1.79/lb) and beef ($4.49/lb).
Jerusalem International Food & Grill
At Jerusalem International Food & Grill, tall shelves rise above the checkered black and white tiles to display a variety of canned goods, spices, and other Middle Eastern gems. The shop's Durra spice blends add a kick to dishes without subjecting at-home chefs to the typical dangers of actually kicking dishes. Sadaf chicken-kebab or beef-seasoning blends simplify meat preparation and subsequent pita-stuffing sessions. And the onsite butcher adds flair to any feast with trays upon trays of fresh chicken and beef.