The new Wawa convenience store and gasoline station in Hackensack has one entrance on East Moonachie Road and another on South River Street, but both require some drivers to cross double yellow lines or a turn lane to reach the driveways.
By VICTOR E. SASSON
Any size coffee is free this week at the new Wawa convenience store and gasoline station in Hackensack.
The Wawa, which opened last Friday, offers 12-ounce, 16-ounce, 20-ounce and 24-ounce cups of flavored and unflavored coffee.
The store, on South River Street and East Moonachie Road, opposite the ShopRite shopping center, is open 24 hours.
I stopped there on Sunday for a 12-ounce cup of hazelnut coffee on the way home from shopping at Korean supermarkets in Ridgefield and Little Ferry with free samples that made a nice light lunch.
The free-coffee promotion ends on Sunday, Nov. 29.
On Sunday, a gallon of regular gasoline was selling for $1.75.9, several cents cheaper than at the new Costco Wholesale gas station in Teterboro.
|Sea cucumbers were on sale for $19.99 a pound at H&Y Marketplace.|
H&Y Marketplace also sells all the ingredients you need to make a spicy Korean tang or soup, including fresh fluke.
Free samples at H Mart
On Sunday, free samples at H Mart in Little Ferry included the usual seafood pancake and broiled eel in a sweet sauce, but the highlight was a green-lipped mussel from New Zealand topped with tiny fish eggs.
I bought two 15-pound bags of Kokuho Yellow Label rice from California on sale for $9.99 each.
In September, the same rice went on sale for $8.88, and that price was supposed to be good through Dec. 31, according to the sign.
But a couple of weeks ago, I saw the price per bag went up a dollar, and on Sunday, the sign with the 15-pound bags said $10.88.
However, my cashier rang up the two bags in my cart at $9.99 each.
I also bought four Pulmone Soft Tofu Kits for $1.99 each, reduced from $2.69. They are made with organic tofu.
I also picked up two prepared items, Stewed Tofu ($4.99) and Stewed Alaskan Pollack ($7.99).
At H Mart, 260 Bergen Turnpike in Little Ferry, a 5-pound box of clementines from Spain was $5.99. Today, Whole Foods Market in Paramus was selling a 5-pound box of clementines for $6.99
I have never seen Bean Leaves before, but they are far more expensive than Chinese broccoli, bok choy, mustard and most other greens.
This is part of the rice section in the brightly lit Little Ferry H Mart.