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Looking for andouille sausage

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max Dec 1, 2007 06:53 PM

Anyone know of where I can find good andouille sausage in Brooklyn. I live in Cobble Hill but I will happily travel for tasty sausage. Thanks!

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    K2000 RE: max Dec 2, 2007 11:38 AM

    Whole Foods has pretty good Andouille sausage. I can't comment on how authentic it is, as a New Yorker.

    I don't know if *every* WF has it, all the time... but I've bought it there before. Maybe phone first (?)

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      irishnyc RE: max Dec 2, 2007 02:26 PM

      I've bought andouille in Fairway in Plainview, but I'd imagine Red Hook would have it.

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        Nehna RE: max Dec 2, 2007 02:45 PM

        I make jambalaya at least once a month and always buy my andouille at Los Paisanos butcher shop in Cobble Hill. Very tasty stuff, they do lots of different sausages.

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          citygrrl2000 RE: Nehna Dec 2, 2007 04:46 PM

          Bierkraft in on 5th Avenue between Sackett and Union Streets. They even have the tasso ham that some jambalaya recipes call for.

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            max RE: citygrrl2000 Dec 2, 2007 07:23 PM

            Thanks for all of the suggestions. Last time I got the packaged andouille (I think Schaller & Weber) at Fairway and it just didn't have that special something. I will probably try Los Paisanos next time due to its location and your recommendations. Thanks again!

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            Gowanus Eater RE: Nehna Feb 15, 2011 12:24 PM

            Was going to go to Paisanos, but found it at Blue Apron in Park Slope (from Karl Ehmer). They also had Tasso.

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              Glendale is hungry RE: Gowanus Eater Feb 15, 2011 12:57 PM

              Hi Gowanus Eater,

              Here's an interesting thread from a ways back that is very close to this topic.

              http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/686971

              Apparently, "andouille" can mean a number of different types of sausages depending on the culture (just like"chorizo") .

              Hope you find this interesting!

              Ciao,

              Glendale is hungry...

              P.S. - And buy Karl Ehmer's andouille sausage with cheese at your own risk lest someone from New Orleans observe you doing so and go all Cajun hellfire on your you-know-what!

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                Gowanus Eater RE: Glendale is hungry Feb 15, 2011 01:05 PM

                Thanks. I read most of the threads on the topic before sending the gf venturing out to pick up the sausage while I cooked. Blue Apron's tasso was better than their packaged Karl Ehmer andouille, but it was definitely a cheese-less variety.

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                  drageaux RE: Glendale is hungry Feb 16, 2011 04:41 PM

                  Ha! I'm from Baton Rouge.

                  And the hellfire is deserved..... ask anyone from Louisiana.

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