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cathfish Oct 6, 2004 08:41 PM

I would like to make a roast goose for Chanukah. I have tried for several years now to a kosher goos with no luck. Butchers in New York tell me they can't find a supplier, & I have failed searching on the web. Anyone have any ideas? thanks

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    DeisCane RE: cathfish Oct 6, 2004 10:38 PM

    Fisher Bros usually gets in a bunch around Thanksgiving time. Check with them. They have a supplier via Brooklyn, I believe. You have to buy the whole goose and a 5-9 pound bird is about 7-8 dollars per pound.

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      Judith RE: DeisCane Nov 21, 2004 02:45 PM

      Any information about Fishers (phone number,etc)
      Does Aaron's have goose this year?

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        AndeB RE: Judith Nov 21, 2004 05:43 PM

        Here's a link to the Fischer Bros. web site.

        Link: http://www.fischerbros.com/Kashruth.html

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      Barry RE: cathfish Oct 11, 2004 12:47 PM

      Try this place in Rego Park, Queens. They had some geese last year.

      Aaron's Gourmet Emporium, Inc.
      63-36 Woodhaven Blvd
      Rego Park, NY 11374

      718-205-1992- voice
      718-396-7871- voice
      718-205-1802 - fax

      Aaronsfood@aol.com - e-mail

      Link: http://www.aaronsgourmet.com/index.html

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        DeisCane RE: Barry Oct 11, 2004 01:14 PM

        Thanks!

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          SilverWolf RE: DeisCane Nov 27, 2004 09:03 PM

          We found frozen kosher geese a few years ago at Landau's on 18th Ave in Bklyn - they were International Glatt brand.

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          Bride of the Juggler RE: Barry Oct 11, 2004 02:13 PM

          Wow! This place even has kosher Turducken! Amazing!

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            DeisCane RE: Bride of the Juggler Oct 11, 2004 04:11 PM

            I caught that too, bride. It's missing the cajun sausage, but I think it's close enough!

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            texasmensch RE: Barry Oct 11, 2004 05:20 PM

            My family has been talking about getting Truducken for Thanksgiving for 2 years. Can anyone recommend either the food or service at this place? Products look very cool.

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              Hirsheys RE: Barry Oct 11, 2004 11:41 PM

              Just an FYI on Aaron's - if you call aaron's and ask about the supervision, they will tell you the supervision originally given on the product you are interested in (ie, ou, crc).However, all the meat is repackaged by the store, and there is no way to view the original packaging to know what the source actually was. The store is under certification by Rabby Harry Cohen. While this is acceptable to many on this board, I am pointing this out because those who are not familiar and/or comfortable with Rabbi Harry Cohen's certification should be aware that this is the only supervison at the store.

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                texasmensch RE: Barry Oct 15, 2004 11:36 AM

                I asked my Rebbe and the Vaad of Queens does not recommend this restaurant. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. Just an FYI.

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