The last time we were at Teitel Brothers, a man walked in with his toddler daughter and asked her, “You’ve never smelled anything like this, have you?” Maybe she had, but we hadn’t, and we were loving it. This grocery store on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx is small, but it’s packed with big chunks of parmesan and pecorino, as well as nuts, olive oils, and hanging pork legs. Come here, try some cheeses, buy some imported Italian dry goods, and take some deep breaths.
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