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Porteguese sauasge-Seattle

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Desperately seeking a Seattle outlet for porteguese sausage like we were served all over the Big Island recently. came in many dishes and sliced with breakfast at our hotel. my wife is in love with the stuff and needs a fix. thanks.

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  1. Uwajimaya has plenty. It's usually in a cold case across from the meat counter.

    (BTW, you can get eggs and Portuguese sausage over rice in their hot case in the deli/food court area in the mornings. I'm more of an oyako-don guy for eggs over rice, but it's there.)

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    1. re: terrier

      Uwajimaya carries (at least in their Beaverton, Oregon store) a couple brands, one of which is made in Hawaii, possibly the brand eaten on the Big Island.

      I just made some "homemade" Portuguese sausage a week or two ago. Good stuff. :-)

    2. BH,

      Safeway carries a pretty decent Linguica. I think the brand is called Silvas.

      Billy Bob

      www.taoofchow.wordpress.com

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      1. re: Billy Bob

        I've seen a California brand of linguica at Grocery Outlet

      2. I can't vouch for authenticity, but Uli's Sausage in the Market sells linguica.

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        1. re: pusherman

          If he makes it, I bet it is awesome! ... Just the fact that he makes his own sausages and they are fresh is reason enough to give them a try!

        2. Uwajimaya carried a couple different brands - both frozen and unfrozen. Central Market in Shoreline also carried frozen. I suggest you also try spicy longanisa (Uwajimaya carries fresh in their meat dept and frozen) - it's sweeter, but really yummy.

          If you're looking for Portuguese sausage, eggs and rice for breakfast (YUM!), try Kauai family resto in Georgetown, L&L in Lynnwood or the Uwajimaya deli.

          1. DD Meat Market in Mountlake Terrace includes a Portuguese linguica style sausage in their long list of fresh (and frozen) sausages. I can't vouch for its authenticity. I'd suggest calling to see if they currently have a batch on hand.