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Nov 15, 2007 05:56 AM

Chorizo in NJ-ish?

Fixing to make chorizo and cornbread pudding for Thanksgiving--anyone know where I can find good chorizo in the Northern NJ area?

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  1. ShopRite's in CT by me carry D'Artagnin (sp?), which is very good. If you are near one in NJ, they may have it also.

    1. wegmans had both the mexican and the spanish types

      1. Pretty much go to a grocery store.

        1. When it's bait, you call it squid. When it's food, you call it calamari.

          Same thing.

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          1. We've gotten really, really, excellent spanish and portuguese sausages (chorizo, linguica), on Ferry Street in the ironbound section of Newark. I can't remember the name of the place, but it's a small market with a large meat department. I believe there are also some butchers on Ferry Street that would be good as well.