A "superette" may be a diminutive term for supermarket, involving a few soup cans and cereal boxes squished onto a shelf, but let's be honest, Joe. Your superette is just about the prosciutto balls fried in the back. The gumball-sized nuggets are filled with ricotta, mozzarella, and boiled ham, and for only sixty-five cents each (they were fifty until recently), that's some cheap decadence.
There's nowhere to sit inside because, remember, this is where you're supposed to buy dusty cans of Chef Boyardee and split. But prosciutto balls don't need cutlery or sitting. Just pop them into your mouth like doughnut holes. Pig-flecked doughnut holes.
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