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Old 07-14-2010, 07:45 AM
 
Location: Long Neck,De
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I had heard some good things about NALU in Dewey Beach. We tried it for dinner yesterday and really like it.. They have a Hawaiian theme. It is right across the street from the large public parking lot. Wife and I each had the Hawaiian BBQ RIBS. The were great falling off the bone. Veggies must have been cooked to order. Service was great. For a beach restaurant I thought the prices were a bargain. I would definately reccomend this one.
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Old 07-14-2010, 07:57 AM
 
Location: Delaware
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Does anyone know where I might find real buttermilk in DE? longnecker mentioned Nice Farm in the Lewes thread but in checking their website was no mention of buttermilk. I am talking about real, old-fashioned, thick, creamy, nice and sour buttermilk! Where I lived in both PA and NH were local dairies that made great buttermilk. Nothing better on a hot summer day! I am not talking about the bland, watered down, white colored water that is sold in super markets and passed off as buttermilk - I mean the real stuff! Any ideas out there? Thanks in advance.
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Old 07-14-2010, 08:14 AM
 
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Does anyone know where I might find real buttermilk in DE? longnecker mentioned Nice Farm in the Lewes thread but in checking their website was no mention of buttermilk. I am talking about real, old-fashioned, thick, creamy, nice and sour buttermilk! Where I lived in both PA and NH were local dairies that made great buttermilk. Nothing better on a hot summer day! I am not talking about the bland, watered down, white colored water that is sold in super markets and passed off as buttermilk - I mean the real stuff! Any ideas out there? Thanks in advance.
I can't answer specifically about liquid buttermilk, but Bylers has a buttermilk powder that my wife picked up for cooking. She tells me it's real buttermilk powder so I imagine if you just add water, you've got buttermilk. I would imagine that if they have buttermilk powder, they've also got buttermilk.

If no one else has additional information, I'll add it to my list to check for you when we are there in August.
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Old 07-14-2010, 08:35 AM
 
Location: Delaware
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Charley, I also have a can of the Byler's powdered product for cooking and it is so-so, OK in a pinch, certainly no substitute for the real thing. And while I have never added water to it to drink, I can probably imagine it would be terrible - along the lines of drinking reconstituted powdered milk! YUK

Yes, I would appreciate your looking for it on your next trip - add it to the long list, right?
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Old 07-14-2010, 08:48 AM
 
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Does anyone know where I might find real buttermilk in DE? longnecker mentioned Nice Farm in the Lewes thread but in checking their website was no mention of buttermilk. I am talking about real, old-fashioned, thick, creamy, nice and sour buttermilk! Where I lived in both PA and NH were local dairies that made great buttermilk. Nothing better on a hot summer day! I am not talking about the bland, watered down, white colored water that is sold in super markets and passed off as buttermilk - I mean the real stuff! Any ideas out there? Thanks in advance.
If you are in Sussex call Lewes Dairy; if they don't produce it they likely know who does. I buy mine from the milk n' cheese stand at the Dutch Country Market in Middletown. Comes in a reusable/returnable glass bottle; it's the real stuff.
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Old 07-14-2010, 08:56 AM
 
Location: Delaware
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If you are in Sussex call Lewes Dairy; if they don't produce it they likely know who does. I buy mine from the milk n' cheese stand at the Dutch Country Market in Middletown. Comes in a reusable/returnable glass bottle; it's the real stuff.
YUM! Thank you jdoll, I will definitely put this info down on my ever-growing list of DE necessities!
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Old 07-14-2010, 09:12 AM
 
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If you are in Sussex call Lewes Dairy; if they don't produce it they likely know who does. I buy mine from the milk n' cheese stand at the Dutch Country Market in Middletown. Comes in a reusable/returnable glass bottle; it's the real stuff.
The real stuff is better than the powder, although for cooking, my wife loves the powder. Never goes bad. Thanks Jdoll!
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Old 07-14-2010, 02:22 PM
 
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I am pretty sure you could get it at superG or Acme. I used to buy it to make jogurth *yummie*
it came in a white/yellow carton (quart)

also try the amish cheese stand at the dutch country market in middletown. they have the BEST dairy products, if you are there, you HAVE to try the jogurth (cherry, blackberry, peach).
after the first spoon you might wanna SIT in it
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Old 07-14-2010, 02:32 PM
 
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So the Dutch Country Market is worth the trip? I've been thinking about going, but have never made it there.
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Old 07-16-2010, 06:10 AM
 
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So agree with doctorjef: Agave, Dogfish Head, Blue Moon!
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