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ISO German Smoked Pork Chops

David Kahn Sep 26, 2006 01:07 AM

My mother-in-law (who is German) is in town, and I know from past experience that she makes a mean pork chops with red cabbage. I've been trying to get her to cook this dish for us, but she says that the local Hancock Park Pavilions doesn't have the right kind of smoked pork chops. Can anyone help me with this? What are these things and where I can get some?

  1. monku Sep 26, 2006 01:24 AM

    Continental Gourmet Sausage Co
    6406 San Fernando Rd
    Glendale, CA 91201
    (818) 502-1447

    They're a German deli and make and smoke all their own sausage. Call, they may have what your looking for or they can tell you where to get it. They make the best bratwurst around...would make some big bonus points with your M.I.L.

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      ostudio Sep 26, 2006 02:30 AM

      Schreiner's Fine Sausages
      3417 Ocean View Blvd
      Glendale, CA 91208 - 1591
      (818) 244-4735

      this place has the german-style smoked pork chops that you're looking for. and will cut chops to any desired thickness. delicious-aromatic dry smokiness, but the meat is firm and succulent. they also have a good selection of sausages, beer, and german food products.

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      1. re: ostudio
        Das Ubergeek Sep 26, 2006 03:50 AM

        Ohhhhhhhh yeah... and then go next door to Berolina Bakery for their incomparable rye, Austrian and limpa breads.

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          condiment Sep 26, 2006 05:16 PM

          I buy the Schreiner's smoked chops all the time - just cooked them for dinner
          last night. It is the best thing Schreiner's sells (although I
          am also fond of their ``old-fashioned'' liverwurst, especially if you ask the
          woman behind the counter to cut it a whole inch thick. Very, very

          1. re: condiment
            ostudio Sep 26, 2006 05:23 PM

            sounds good-i'll have to try the liverwurst next time. I also buy smoked ham hocks there for making soups/stews (w/ autumn just around the corner-yeah)

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          Jerome Sep 27, 2006 12:43 AM

          Van nuys german deli on Roscoe just west of woodley has Kassler Rippchen. These are the smoked pork chops and I"m pretty sure what you are looking for. Ask your mother-in-law.

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            wiz Sep 27, 2006 06:40 PM

            Your best bet for anything german is Alpine village on Torrance blvd. right at the Harbor Freeway.

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              Just Cid Sep 27, 2006 10:15 PM

              Another thing I always buy from Schreiner's is their Canadian Bacon.

              They'll cut it to your thickness, and its also very smoky.

              Much better than the grocery store stuff.

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                pamm5959 Sep 27, 2006 10:46 PM

                Alpine Village in Torrance is the German one stop shop, worth the trek! Great fresh rolls.

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                  JudiAU Sep 28, 2006 12:09 AM

                  European Deluxe on Olympic / Robertson has excellent smoked pork chops. You can by them by the rack or the piece. Your MIL will also probably enjoy chatting with the butcher in German. Great sausages.

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