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MSP- Polish sausage

cookkevin Jun 27, 2008 05:53 AM

My fav is Kramarchuk's polish, but any recs. for some great polish I am missing in MSP, ? thanks

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    joemauerguy Jun 27, 2008 07:53 AM

    I am anxious to find good sausage too

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      AZGrandpa Jun 27, 2008 08:34 AM

      Suggest you try Osseo Meats if you are in the NW 'burbs. Bot a 6 months' supply of brats, wieners, ring bologna, summer sausage, etc two weeks ago to bring back to AZ where good sausage products aren't readily available. Told the counter person that we were bringing our purchases to AZ and they cryovaced everything in small packages at no charge. All arrived well preserved in our 12 volt cooler after two days' drive in the desert. Been enjoying all since our arrival. Check their website, www.osseomeats.com. or give them a call

      1. Michael Florey Jun 27, 2008 11:19 AM

        The Ukrainian Garlic Sausage at Kramarczuk's is delicious.

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          joemauerguy Jun 27, 2008 12:44 PM

          have you tried the Knackwurst from Kramarczuk's,yum!!

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          cookkevin Jun 27, 2008 12:47 PM

          Woooops its kramarczuks, sorry for the spelling

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            Enso Jun 28, 2008 05:06 AM

            Anyone know if Osseo Meats, or Kramarczuk's uses homone- and antibiotic-free pork?

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              frittering_away Jul 5, 2008 08:37 PM

              We're still importing ours in from Northern Indiana as the DH hasn't found any that meet his standards.

              Where does Kramarczuk's Polish on the garlic meter?

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                utwire Jul 6, 2008 08:58 AM

                I know this may be out of your area but I would check out RJ's Meats in Hudson WI.
                Here is the link..http://www.rjmeats.com/. Hudson is pretty close and there sausages and ring bologna are top notch. I have my venison processed there and the jalapeno/cheese summer sausage is excellent. Make sure to pick up some honey ham stix when you are there.

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                  cookkevin Jul 7, 2008 10:17 AM

                  Kramarczuk's Polish on the garlic meter?......7 to 8 on a 10 max. chart.

                  1. rp1760 Jul 7, 2008 04:19 PM

                    Tollefson's at the Minneapolis Farmer's Market. He also has fabulous breakfast sausage and bacon.

                    (My nephews call it "Magic Bacon" because it is so lean it doesn't shrink, which is a big deal to ever-growing 17 and 19-year olds...)

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