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Oct 19, 2007 12:15 PM

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

        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.

          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...