Greensboro Little Market is Full of European Cheeses, Meat, Sweets, and More | Food and cooking
This is the kind of store where every time you turn around you notice something you haven’t seen before. And Kobus loves to share his love of Polish and other foods, often offering a taste of Polish sausage, perhaps with a piece of Lithuanian bread coated with plenty of European butter.
Recently, Kobus released a bottle of unrefined sunflower oil from Russia. “It’s really hard to find,” she said.
She opened a Prince Polo candy bar in Poland and offered a sample. “It’s like our KitKat. We grew up with them, ”she said.
At Euro Deli Mart, you can even buy the Russian version of cola, Polish bacon pate, and Ukrainian pink herring.
Its clients come from many countries. Nearly 30 paintings framed on the wall honor the many nationalities of its customers. “And I’m missing six,” she said.
They cover pretty much all countries in Europe and a few beyond.
Mike Radionchenko, from Russia who lives in High Point, was the other day stocking up on family favorites. “He does his shopping here every two weeks for his whole family,” Kobus said.
“I buy for my mother, my grandmother. A lot of Polish and Russian dishes are similar, ”Radionchenko said. Among the items he bought: Russian cottage cheese. It’s not that different from American cottage cheese, he said. “But my grandmother is difficult.”