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pickled tongue - kosher only

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ayg Dec 15, 2003 01:47 PM

Most kosher delis feature corned beef, pastrami, turkey, salami, bologna, chopped liver - oh where oh where has the pickled tongue disappeared to?

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    baruch Dec 16, 2003 07:33 AM

    Where are you located? I never have a problem getting good pickled tongue in Boston, Hartford, NY/NJ...

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      Avrum Goldfein Dec 24, 2003 12:34 PM

      Baruch, I'll be in Boston in February. Where can I find the kosher tongue? What brand is it?
      Avrum

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        baruch Dec 29, 2003 09:01 AM

        you can get pickeld tongue at:

        The Butcherie or Rubin's both in Brookline on Harvard St. These are both glatt establishments and the brands depend on what they are slicing that day but usually it is International Glatt, Aarons, or Abeles and Heymann

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        ayg Dec 24, 2003 12:36 PM

        I'll be in Boston next month. Where can I get the tongue, and what brand is it?

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        Bride of the Juggler Dec 15, 2003 02:20 PM

        On a similar note, my kosher butcher (Kosher Experience, ShopRite, Cherry Hill NJ) always seems to have only cured whole tongue, not raw for cooking. (I assume cured is like pickled.) The one time I asked if they had any raw, he was surprised and maybe a little impressed to be asked. Of course, he also gave me the spiel about how high in cholesterol it is.

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