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Good news in Gustine: Wolfsen's Sausage returns July 3!

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Tom Hall Jun 27, 2006 04:49 PM

Per the Modesto Bee today Wolfsen's will return next week after burning down in 2005. Their website: http://www.wolfsensausage.com/

I think their stuff approaches that of Lockeford Meat & Sausage located east of Stockton and Lodi.

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  1. toodie jane RE: Tom Hall Jun 29, 2006 06:10 AM

    do you have opening date? will be traveling past on 5 on Saturday and the following Friday. Do they do Portugeuse treats? I'm thinking smoked linguica? thanks

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      Tom Hall RE: toodie jane Jun 29, 2006 09:02 PM

      They open Monday, July 3. Article from the Modesto Bee: http://www.modbee.com/business/story/... reports that they now make 62 kinds of sausage but I am not sure about the Portugeuse type. However that part of Stanislaus county does have a large population from the Azores so I would guess they may have it. Give them a call- they are wonderful people.

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      JasonSilvius RE: Tom Hall Jul 12, 2006 07:50 AM

      Yes they do have linguica. It is to die for. I have tried it from many other places when they were down due to the fire and theirs is by far the best.

      They also have a few sausages that you can't find anywhere. A few of my favorites:

      Spicy Hawaiian
      Jalepeno Cilantro
      Linguica
      The also have an arthichoke one that is very good.

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        malpa04 RE: Tom Hall Nov 10, 2006 04:44 PM

        My sister lives in Gustine finding Wolfsens was the best thing that could of happened. When they burned down, our flags were flying at half staff, it was a tragedy. I live in San Jose and make 2 trips up a month just to stock up on sausage and meats. Not only do I go for myself, I walk around the office and take orders for sausage. We recently tried:
        smoked cranberry and turkey with basil - AWESOME one of the best
        still can't beat the smoked ham/swiss or the cheesy bavarian.
        I don't leave there without spending at least $100.00. And so worth it, the ribeyes you can cut with a fork-no knife needed.
        If you are driving on 5 or even 152, it is so worth the detour to stop and grab a sandwich(turkey sandwich toasted)or pick up some sausage. They just recently started making bologna(my boys love it).
        As you can see I am a HUGE fan of Wolfsen's, I am so glad they are back up and running.

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