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kielbasa to buy!

trev80 Oct 9, 2007 08:45 AM

looking for any suggestions on where to get some quility kielbasa other than hilshire farms and supermarket brands...

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    gourmaniac RE: trev80 Oct 9, 2007 09:14 AM

    I can recommend two Polish delis near Andrew Square (Red Line T stop). Baltic Delicatessen and Euromart. I liked Euromart alot and they have many different kinds of kielbasa.

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      GretchenS RE: gourmaniac Oct 9, 2007 09:25 AM

      Second the recco for Baltic European Deli, they too have a lot of different ones, all of them delicious! Baltic European Deli, 632 Dorchester Ave, (617) 268-2435. And you can have lunch across the street at Cafe Polonia. Got to try Euromart next time I'm over there....

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      emilief RE: trev80 Oct 9, 2007 11:03 AM

      If you are in the suburbs, Wasik's Cheese shop in Wellesley Center often has keilbasa on the weekends. I would call first to make sure they have it- but the trip is worth it anyway and the cheese selection is wonderful

      1. Gio RE: trev80 Oct 9, 2007 12:39 PM

        Tendercrop Farm in Newbury makes their own. Tasty with a nice spice mixture.
        They're on Rte. 1A.

        1. jvish RE: trev80 Oct 9, 2007 07:35 PM

          Karl's Sausage Kitchen. Route One Saugus, MA (781) 233-3099. Truly wonderful homemade German/Eastern European sausages and meats. The place is fabulous and it never ceases to amaze me how impossibly clean the back area where the meat is produced is. Wide selection, fabulous quality

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            UrsusArctosHorribilis RE: trev80 Oct 10, 2007 10:30 AM

            There's a polish butcher in New York that is very very good and ships smoked rings. The place is called Rapacki and the # is 800-486-KIELBASA. They also have a variety of other stuff they ship as well, they'll send you a pricelist with your order.

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              lexpatti RE: trev80 Oct 10, 2007 08:55 PM

              Homemade Kielbasa and nice variety of sausages at Sausage Heaven in Manch. NH - they also ship if you can't make it up there (they have funky hours). Their product is unbelievable.

              1. Allstonian RE: trev80 Oct 11, 2007 07:02 AM

                BarmyFotheringayPhipps and I stumbled across a great Polish butcher shop in South Deerfield:


                Also, I know that this is extremely vague, but I recall a good Polish deli in Salem, not far from that indoor mall near the PEM.

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                  kitchenkate RE: trev80 Oct 11, 2007 07:08 AM

                  Golema in Worcester, just outside of Kelly Square.

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                    foodperv RE: trev80 Oct 11, 2007 10:16 AM

                    i will second karls kit in saugus

                    one thing though no matter where or what brand you decide on
                    stay a way from the CRAP made with turkey YUK

                    1. BostonMargy RE: trev80 Oct 11, 2007 04:39 PM

                      Yep, Baltic Deli and Boston Street Deli near Andrew Square. While you're there you might want to have lunch at Cafe Polonia. By the way Boston Street makes the best fresh kielbasa I've ever had!

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                        trev80 RE: BostonMargy Oct 15, 2007 05:24 AM

                        thanks for the tip. Euromart was the winner.

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