Has anyone seen chestnut flour in a store in New York City recently? My local Whole Foods does not carry it anymore. I was hoping to use it this weekend and ordering online is not an option. Thanks!
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The last time I purchased it, it was a Bob's Red Mill product in the baking section of the Tribeca Whole Foods. Williams Sonoma stores might have it in their specialty foods section, or maybe Agata & Valentina, the Italian specialty food store on the Upper East Side.
Thank you! I used to buy it in Tribeca WF, but no luck on the last couple of trips. Will check Agata & Valentina, they also have a store close to NYU.
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Kalustyan's seems to have it.
Try Eataly, since it is commonly used in Italian cooking and baking. And Kalustyan's, of course.
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If you can't find it at Eataly it doesn't exist.
BTW, what are you planning to make? I have some I'd like to use up (after a disappointing attempt at Castagnaccio).
I am making pasta. I love chestnut pasta.
Wow. Have a good recipe?
This is the recipe I like to make in the winter. It's super simple, and robiola and chestnut pasta make a splendid match. http://www.threelittlehalves.com/2015/02/when-you-love-somebody-make-them-bowl.html
Thank you, thank you! I loved your post as well. Will seek out some robiola!
amysarah is a trusted home cook.
Todaro Brothers might well have it - on 2nd Ave. around 31st, across from NYU med center.
Found it in Buon Italia. Thank you all!
PHIL is a trusted home cook.
chestnut pasta is delicious. Maybe a trader joes? Do they have any in NYC?