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Hard salami in Baltimore?

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nicoleberry83 Jan 9, 2007 02:28 PM

My friend is looking for whole "links"/"logs" of hard salami so he can cut them himself. He's looking for something similar in size to Hebrew Nat'l., so the massive ones they sell at the deli counter in grocery stores won't work. Any thoughts?

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    hon RE: nicoleberry83 Jan 9, 2007 02:44 PM

    So why not Hebrew National?

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      nicoleberry83 RE: hon Jan 11, 2007 12:59 PM

      Hebrew National is pretty soft. He's looking for some seriously cured, seriously hard salami. :o)

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      Hue RE: nicoleberry83 Jan 9, 2007 04:50 PM

      Check Binkerts on Philadelphia Rd,in Rosedale,or the Old World DEli on Liberty Rd in Randallstown

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        aubzamzam RE: nicoleberry83 Jan 11, 2007 05:18 PM

        Love Binkert's, but would go to Trinacria or Mastellone's for salami. Also have seen some tasty looking salami at the Wine Source in Hampden. I miss Gallo Salami, which was ubiquitous when I lived in Northern California. Nice and hard and seasoned well.

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          pleiades RE: aubzamzam Jan 12, 2007 12:33 AM

          Wine Source has actually got some pretty cool stuff from domestic and imported salumerias.

          Be aware that Tim and ACe are gone from Mastellone's, but are now at Cierello's

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          Midcity Bmore Girl RE: nicoleberry83 Jan 11, 2007 06:47 PM

          Wegman's in Hunt Valley has a pretty good selection but theirs are all imported.

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