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Anyone out there know where I can buy the hamburgers buns for sliders. Haven't had much luck...preferably in the T,O. area.

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  1. Silverstein's Bakery - call ahead with 2 days notice. About $4.00 for 24.

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    1. re: Hello Clarice

      this is your most reliable option.

      but the search feature helps a lot.
      http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/578441
      http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/545824
      http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/536443

      1. re: pinstripeprincess

        I tried the search feature, but must have typed in something a little different.

        Thanks for the info.

        1. re: MissKMM

          I actually find that if you enter your search parameters into Google search, it's a much more effective way to find what you want than by using the Chow search engine. I don't know what it is about the Chow search engine, but the results it gives are often confusingly unrelated to the searches entered.

          For example, look at how many of the top results in Chow compare to the top results in Google:

          http://search.chow.com/search?query=s...
          http://www.google.com/search?client=s...

          Just make sure to add "Toronto" to your Google search!

    2. Ace Bakery makes them. I have seen them at Pusateri's for a steep $7.99/bag of about 12.

      1. I just put in an order at Silverstein's - $4.84 for 2 dozen!! Pretty Awesome!

        1. I ordered from Silverton's as well -- you even have the option of plain or sesame. I was able to put in a same-day order. If you want buns from Ace Bakery you need to give a day's notice.

          I now just make my own. This was a reliable recipe:
          http://smittenkitchen.com/2009/02/mea...

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          1. re: caffeinated

            I picked them up last at McEwan's. Also, the Fortino's here in Brampton, has a selection of tiny Ace buns that work well.

          2. Just a suggestion - I read somewhere that hot dog buns work when cut into two or three smaller "buns". This may work for you if it's not a party or some function where you care about what they look like.