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Where to buy German speck or double-smoked bacon in SEA?

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dimsumfan Dec 17, 2007 07:31 AM

Yes, that is the question: Where to buy German speck or double-smoked bacon in SEA?

Thanks!

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    equinoise RE: dimsumfan Dec 17, 2007 08:16 AM

    I haven't been, but my first try would be Hans' German Sausage and Deli in Burien, mentioned in this article:
    http://www.seattleweekly.com/2006-09-...

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      Barry Foy RE: equinoise Dec 17, 2007 08:57 AM

      I can't speak for its quality, but I believe that De Laurenti's stocks speck as well.

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      oliveoyl RE: dimsumfan Dec 17, 2007 12:13 PM

      I'd also try both Continental market on Roosevelt (it's a German goods/groceries store) and Bavarian Meats in the Market.

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        staffstuff RE: dimsumfan Dec 17, 2007 04:46 PM

        Hans' Sausage Shop on Ambaum Blvd. in Burien...a stand-out authentic German deli.

        1. MaspethMaven RE: dimsumfan Dec 17, 2007 05:08 PM

          How is German speck different from Italian speck? Should I taste a difference?
          I imagine you could call around to Italian specialty grocers to get Speck from them... am I missing something?

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            Leper RE: MaspethMaven Dec 17, 2007 06:30 PM

            MaspethMaven, German speck doesn't retreat at the first sign of conflict. You, like the French, will taste the difference accordingly.

          2. Bacon Heather RE: dimsumfan Dec 17, 2007 09:48 PM

            If you want to order it over the internet, you can get it from GermanDeli.com

            1. paulj RE: dimsumfan Dec 18, 2007 05:16 PM

              When I recently sampled some Freybe (B.C.) brand Bauresheiken at the Mill Creek Central Market, they offered me a sample of a German brand as well. Freybe also makes a Sheinken speck, though I've only see both at a few B.C. grocery delis.

              DD Meats in Mountlake Terrace also carries a mix of Freybe meats (some at clearance prices). Once they got an extra shipment of one of these hams, and I was able to buy a whole chunk for a song. But that's not a regular occurrence. DD also smokes some of their own meats, including a good bacon (though I wouldn't describe it as extra smoky).

              paulj

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                dimsumfan RE: dimsumfan Dec 20, 2007 11:47 AM

                Thanks for all the great suggestions. I had to do an airport run so I stopped at Hans' - quite a place with really nice workers!

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