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Aug 19, 2003 04:58 PM

Kosher sausages

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My daughter from New York is coming to visit me in Arizona, and I am yearning for some really good kosher sausages. There used to be a place in Washington Heights, under Breuer hashgocho, that sold Jaegerwurst and similar sausage varieties. Are they still there? Is there a place--either Manhattan or near Slope Park in Brooklyn--that she could find some to gladden my heart and stomach??
Thank you for any help!!!


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  1. There is only one butcher left in Washington Heights (under Breuers).

    Long Island Glatt Kosher Meat & Poultry
    829 W 181st St
    New York, NY 10033-4438 Phone: (212) 795-0248

    But you should also try glatt mart in Brooklyn. They are under the Star-K, I think and have all sorts of sausages and deli ( I think they come from Baltimore).

    Glatt Mart Inc
    1205 Avenue M
    Brooklyn, NY 11230-5203 Phone: (718) 338-4040

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    1. re: hanistor

      Supposedly, Glatt Mart's sausages and deli are made/cured there.

      Pick-n-Pay, also on Avenue M (about 8 blocks up, around 17th street) also has sausages.

      Though it sounds like the Washington Heights place was probably more the real deal, as it served the German Jewish community back in the day.

        1. re: RachelMolly
          A. Marmorstein

          Many kosher butchers make their own uncured sausages (really just mixtures of meat and spices) such as Italian sausage... for instance: Kosher Marketplace on Broadway and 90th St., but only a few make cured sausages. I found an interesting selection of made-on-premises sausages and aufschnitt at Monsey Glatt on Rt 59 in Monsey, including an unusual extra large Napoleon sausage.

        2. re: hanistor

          Where in Baltimore can you find the source of kosher sausages? Thank you

          1. re: mike klein

            find a place called wasserman and lemberger on reisterstown road in colonial village shopping center.

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          Robert Deutsch

          Yes, the store you are thinking of was Bloch & Falk and they were one of kind. The closest is a company in the Bronx called Abeles & Heymann (
          )who make some prety good products.

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          1. re: Robert Deutsch

            abeles and heymann is just a name these days------INTERNATIONAL/CHAIMOWITZ makes their stuff----I found out last summer when I visited LEVINES KOSHER in peabody,mass.----of all places!!!!!

            1. re: joebenjamin

              Hi Joe. While what you posted was true, I am pleased to let you know that this is no longer the case. We manufacture our own provisions in our own state-of-the-art modern plant in Hillside, NJ. In fact, we just completed an 18 month project of building our new plant. Please feel free to contact us with any questions .

              1. re: Abeles Heymann

                So when are you producing some more bison salami?

                1. re: zsero

                  We made a small batch of bison salami last week, the other bison items will follow.

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            1. Don't forget Jeff's Sausages out of LA. Good stuff! Maybe they can ship, or you can take a road trip.

              1. re: ganeden

                Went there for the first time and I can recommend Jeff's Gourmet Sausage - phenomenal especially their Bratwurst -

            2. within the past year or two I've I bought some interesting sausages (as well as preserved forms of venison, buffalo, goose etc.) at a kosher market at Broadway @ 90th - forget the name - and at Park East Butchers.

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              1. re: zatar

                Kosher Marketplace? I don't think anyone has mentioned Le Marais, but I believe their butcher has a nice selection.

              2. Kosher Today newsletter alerted me to a new site (RJ's Kosher Beef Jerky) which sells glatt beef (and other) jerky and sausages. I ordered a variety of jerkies - beef, turkey and salmon. Overall - delicious and great jerky texture and flavor. My kids especially loved them. They sell a few types of sausages which I did not try.