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Where to get pork belly?

brooklynmasala Jan 22, 2008 09:31 AM

I am looking to cook pork belly at home but can't find it and have yet to find a butcher that will order it (Fairway, A&S Pork). I live in Park Slope so would prefer to find a place in the area to buy about 3-4lbs of pork belly but will venture out of the neighborhood (even into Manhattan).


  1. g
    GDSwamp Jan 23, 2008 05:05 AM

    Flying Pigs Farm (stand at the Grand Army Plaza Farmer's Mkt). They sell fresh pork belly, and their pork is amazing.

    1. ramen girl Jan 22, 2008 10:12 AM

      Go to any chinatown butcher,they always have it in stock,

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      1. re: ramen girl
        cdog Jan 22, 2008 10:32 AM

        Los Paisanos on smith has it. i recently picked up some to make pancetta. at times they do not have it displayed at the counter, so make sure to ask as they stock it in the back.

        1. re: cdog
          savoryhash Jan 22, 2008 11:41 AM

          not sure if this is correct etiquette but...think I was in Los Paisanos when you bought the pork belly...how's the pancetta working out???

          1. re: savoryhash
            cdog Jan 22, 2008 12:38 PM

            my first mistake was not getting them to cut away the skin. my knife at home wasn't sharp enough for the task, so i kind of cut off more fat than i should've. other than that, it seems to get going well. i hung it on saturday morning in the basement and it will need about two weeks. i guess you can check back with me the first week of Feb for a report on how it tastes.

        2. re: ramen girl
          funkjester Jan 22, 2008 11:20 PM

          yeah, that's a good bet!

          Chinatown, I mean. Shouldn't have much problem finding it there.

        3. r
          Ralphus Jan 22, 2008 09:49 AM

          I'd call Los Paisanos on Smith or Staubitz on Court.

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