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Is there literally nowhere in Boston to get it? I just realized I've never seen it at any of our pseudo-delis.

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  1. Lendy's in Saugus has it. Be forewarned. It was not up to the (very high) standards set by my grandmother.

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    1. re: Bob MacAdoo

      Is that it? Sigh. Deplorable conditions!

    2. A month ago, it would have been easy to find in many people's homes.--it is out of season! .... Have you tried S&S in Cambridge or Rubins??

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      1. re: cheesehead in recovery

        Yeah, it's nowhere. Actually I didn't check Zaftig's.
        I know what you mean about when people make it themselves, but if it's on a deli menu at all, it's always there...

        1. re: tatamagouche

          I do see it on the Zaftig's menu (aka Fried Matzo)
          http://www.zaftigs.com/menus.html#bre...
          It's probably not as good as my homemade!

          Joan & Ed's in Natick doesn't have a full menu online but I'd bet they'd have it.

          1. re: nincyh

            Lord, I'm lazy. Thanks for letting me know!
            Zaftig's, eh. Still, if they've got it, they've got it--I'll let you all know how it is!

            1. re: tatamagouche

              i'll tell you now - it's very very dry. when i ate it i literally had to go home and make my own the very next day, just to get the taste out of my mouth.

            2. re: nincyh

              Joan and Ed's does have it and like most of the rest of their fare, it's just okay.