Head Cheese and Charcuterie in Dallas
Does anyone know where I can find head cheese and other charcuterie foods in Dallas? I know that Central Market has some items, but I'd like to find an independent butcher or market that might have more variety. Also, any good restaurants that have charcuterie on the menu? head cheese? Thanks!!!
Kubys and the Kroger stores that carry the full line of Boar's Head products have head cheese.
Is headcheese a requirement? Lola's David Uygar makes his own salumi and I think Julian Barsotti does also at Nonna. If you want head cheese I would try Kuby's out in Snider Plaza or Henk's Black Forest behind the Half Price Books on NW Hwy and I am not certain if Rudolph's in Deep Ellum carries it also.
I would say Kuby's deli counter would suit you nice for cold cuts but for the Italian vfariety you have to take your pick of Jimmy's (I believe only carries Molinari brand fron SF) or Central Market which has been getting some nice artisnal salumi in as of late. You could also order them online from Mario Batali's dad in Seattle and have it shipped or Fra' Mani from Berkley. If you are into the shipping thing then I have posted a few links for German style deli cold cuts (i.e. head cheese, blood sausage, etc)
http://www.salumeriabiellese.com/ New York City
http://www.arthuravenue.com/index.jsp New York City
http://www.calabriaporkstore.com/ Also on Arthur Ave
http://www.asporkstore.com/ West Patterson, NJ not sure if they ship
http://www.schallerweber.com/ Astoria German
http://www.koglinroyalhams.com/ Hams, Schniken, etc German
https://www.bavariasausage.com/ Madison WI
http://www.germandeli.com/ Local place in Colleyville that carries Schaller and Webere and Siegis in Tulsa....I would go to the source
http://www.usinger.com/ala_products.php Milwaukee, WI
http://www.hungarianmeatmarket.com/ New York City 2nd Ave Hungarian
http://www.yelp.com/biz/nassau-meat-m... Yelp for W Nassau Meat Market in Queens Polish Style cold cuts
http://despananyc.com/ Spanish style chorizo and Serrano
That should do you for a while....let me know if you need anything else
The french places here in town will be few and far between. I am not sure if the chef over at Normandy Alliance might put one together for you but I would ask there first b/c he seems to be the friendliest and most adventuresome chef. He comes out to greet most of the patrons.
I believe Lavendou has a foie gras terrine
St. Martin's might also be a place
This might be of help a deli meat and cheese pairing chart
http://www.thenibble.com/reviews/main... Another great resource!!
Now on to online places
http://www.markys.com/caviar/customer... in Miami has quite a selection
http://www.marcelethenri.com/index.htm in S. San Fran might have what you are looking for
http://www.fabriquedelices.com/index.htm might have to ask Central Market for this brand
No list of salumerias would be complete without mentioning Faicco's Pork Store in Dyker Heights in Brooklyn and in the West Village in Manhattan. No web site, no advertising, it's a neighborhood thing. Everything is homemade at reasonable prices. Be aware that during the holidays, they're packed.
Faicco's Pork Store
6511 11th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11219
Faicco's Pork Store
260 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10014
I have to add to this one. If you are in New York and in the village, stop by Faicco's and they have these great pork/rice balls or something like that. They are already prepared and you can eat them there. They are fantastic. The on the same street is Murreys cheese shop and Rocco's pastry shop.
Just a quick update....found a pretty good German head cheese at Kuby's...still, it was delicious. They also had Landjaeger sausages (regular and jalapeno) which were great! Hadn't had a Landjaeger sausage since Pike Place Market in Seattle...Kuby's are almost as good. Thanks for all the help!
I especially like the regular Landjaeger as the jalapeno can pack a wicked heartburn because of the amount of fat that is used in them. Glad you liked Kuby's! I really like the weiners there and in West at Nemecek Bros. in "downtown" West (north of Waco).
For the best brats try our Fischers in Muenster (a small German town just due west of Gainesville - about 20 miles...worth the trip!). Metzlers in Denton carries a variety of Fischers sausages as well as Bayers Kolonialwaren Bakerei Struedel. Both Fischers and Bayer's are better than anything I have found in Dallas. The fresh ring brat can only be found in Muenster though. I have fed that at some get togethers and for those who don't like Eckrich, other sausages or other types of brats loved it. The small town charm of both come through in Muenster. I can't remember the last time a grocery store let you go behind the counter and help yourself.
Bayer’s Kolonialwaren und Backeri
824 E. Division Street
Muenster, TX 76252
Fax: (940) 759-5265
Bayer’s is in the retail and wholesale baking. Items include many types of specialty breads, donuts, cookies and nine flavors of strudel. Sausage kolaches & chicken peppers.