This Edgewater spot works just fine as an in-and-out stop for affordable produce, milk and other grocery staples. But take the time for a leisurely tour of the aisles and you’ll be rewarded with a whirlwind education in the culinary traditions of Southeastern Europe. Tubs of kajmak (an ethereal dairy spread akin to clotted cream) share cooler space with a profusion of smoked sausages; the liquor department is stocked with Montenegrin brandy and Macedonian wine labeled in lovely Cyrillic script. Don’t leave without a loaf of the dense, flaky Bosnian bread, made in house and waiting—still warm if you’re lucky—in paper bags on a rack near checkout.
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