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B & M Market - which has been featured on Michelle Bernstein's television show Check, Please! South Florida (Episode 106) and twice in the Miami Herald - has been open since 1980. And according to co-owner Nafeeza Ali, it is one of the first and longest-running West Indian grocery stores in Miami. In 1990, Nafeeza and her husband, Sheir, bought the place from her uncle. Ever since, they've been selling authentic Caribbean products and serving hot take-out orders such as oxtail (small for $8, large for $10), stew beef ($7 to $9), jerk chicken ($7 to $9), cow foot stew ($8), salt fish and ackee ($8), and the West Indian burrito, goat roti ($6). "If you want something not too big or heavy, it's just right - bigger than a sandwich, lighter than a meal, but it can be a meal too," Nafeeza says of roti, which also comes in a vegetarian variety ($4). The best part about B & M's food: There's no MSG but plenty of fresh herbs and spices. "We go to the market on NW 12th Avenue and 20th Street," Nafeeza says with pride. Also available are natural medicine/remedy products.
Husband-and-wife team Sheir and Nafeeza Ali have run this friendly neighborhood grocery store since 1980. But it's more than peanut butter and chips. B & M Market carries authentic Caribbean products and hot food made fresh to go. Whether you're looking for an ice-cold Jamaican Ting soda, an Irish moss peanut drink, locally baked ginger bulla bread, a can of gungo peas, a freshly made plate of saltfish and ackee, a just-rolled order of goat roti, or produce for cooking your own typical... More »
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