Where can I find veal bones in the Cambridge/Sommerville?
I tried Mckinnon's and the guy looked at me like I had 3 heads.
It's not Cambridge/Somverville, but in the past I have sometimes seen them at the Hilltop Meat Market up in Saugus. In fact, I have some of those in my freezer right now!
re: Karl S
Mayflower Poultry offers more than just poultry (partial list included), but thanks for the taxonomy lesson.
• 1x1 Sirloin Strip Steak
• Flap Meat (Steak Tips)
• 80% Lean Ground Beef
• Beef Marrow Bones
• Beef Feet
• Beef Liver
• Beef Ribs
• Leroux Brand Italian Sausage
• Boneless Pork Loin
• Pork Tenderloin
• Baby Back Ribs
• Pork Spareribs
• Pork Chops
• Pig Feet
• Native Rabbit
I asked at the rt 16 Whole Foods and they didn't have any in stock, but the guys said to call today. I haven't called since I really don't have freezer space for the stock anyway. No idea of the cost, but it sounded like it was possible.
I bought veal bones through McKinnon's in Danvers last July. I did have to order ahead. They told me that they order them in 10 pound cases.
I must have called 5 other butchers looking for them. I got one person on the phone who asked me "What are veal bones?" I replied, "They're what holds the cow up."
J Pace & Sons in Saugus has told me they sell them - not sure if you have to special order them.