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Large Breakfast Link Sausage

Trying to locate a store that sells them, have had them at some of my favorite diners but haven't been able to locate a store that sells them. Any suggestions?

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  1. No retail suggestions but ask one of the restaurants that serves them who their purveyor is. You might discover it's a local place.

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    1. re: laylag

      ask your local deli that carries boars head or thumanns, they make both links and patties in various sizes.

    2. Breakfast sausage comes in 1 oz or 2 oz size, you want the 2 ounce. If you can't find it at Costco, ask your local butcher, it's not that hard to source.

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      1. re: coll

        Forest Pork Store,Huntington Station Newsday reently had a revue.A great variety of wursts ,sausages and meats .Being that they make them in the store they may,if they don't already have,make that size link http://www.newsday.com/features/food/...

        1. re: scunge

          I don't think they have breakfast sausage, just German. Really good German, and pork too.

          1. re: coll

            If I recall they did have breakfast as well as Italian sausages and Kielbasa. I'd call first .Then there's Fairway Plainview who also have a fair selection of sausage,salami,etc

      2. thanks for some of the help. I looking for the kind that is about the size of italian sausage in diameter but shorter links. Hope this gives a better description of what I'm looking for.

        1. I don't know if you can get them locally, but Edward's offers the kind of sausages you describe. They are really good.

          http://virginiatraditions.com/product...

          1. You can get Jones in most stores but the trick is they deep fry em(was a waitress for years)....Deb

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            1. re: Deb9962

              jones sausage is small link...what I'm looking for is a fatter in diameter than link breakfast sausage...perhaps they are considered smoked sausage versus breakfast sausage...