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MSP - any local sources for rendered duck fat?

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St Paul Susie Apr 25, 2007 09:32 AM

Anyone been able to find rendered duck fat locally?

Amazon has it, but I'd rather get it around here.....

Thanks

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    larkspurKC RE: St Paul Susie Apr 25, 2007 09:45 AM

    I'm not in MSP, but maybe... I've seen it in the deli meet counter at Whole Foods in KC. I'm curious, what are you using it for?

    1. mcgeary RE: St Paul Susie Apr 25, 2007 10:19 AM

      You might check with Clancey's Meats and Fish in Linden Hills -- they sell homemade demi-glace and stock, so may have chicken and duck fat as well.

      4307 Upton Ave S., Minneapolis
      (612) 926-0222

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        AnneInMpls RE: mcgeary Apr 25, 2007 12:31 PM

        Yes, Clancey's has duck and/or goose fat - at least, they did when I was there a few months ago. I love Clancey's!

        But call to verify availability - you don't want to trek over there to find out that there's been an unexpected run on duck fat.

        Anne

      2. Foureyes137 RE: St Paul Susie Apr 25, 2007 01:35 PM

        Surdyk's has goose fat most of the time and duck fat seasonally (per the website). Now might be a good time of year through fall to find it, and if they don't have it in, they can get it for you within a week.

        Check out the "Butter" section on the website: http://surdyks.com/cheese/visitus.asp

        1. Michael Florey RE: St Paul Susie Apr 26, 2007 03:56 PM

          Surdyk's usually has the d'Artagnan duck fat, or you can order it direct from d'Artagnan. They are tops in all things duck.

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            St Paul Susie RE: Michael Florey Apr 27, 2007 07:09 AM

            That's the brand I was thinking of..... Perfect.

            easy recipes to follow if it goes well, not going to post anything "untested"

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