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Turkey Tips

NahantNative May 11, 2009 06:56 AM

Does anyone know of any butchers in the Brookline/Boston area that sell turkey tips? I found them once at Shaw's, but I have never come across them since.

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  1. TomH RE: NahantNative May 11, 2009 07:59 AM

    I know McKinnon's in Davis Square sells them vac-packed in a variety of marinades as well as plain.

    1. galangatron RE: NahantNative May 11, 2009 08:07 AM

      dom's sausage in malden also sells turkey tips in a variety of marinades

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        heavydee RE: galangatron May 11, 2009 12:42 PM

        Dom's is a good place to get turkey tips. They have them premarinated in a few flavors at a reasonable price if my memory serves me right. I bought the honey mustard a couple of weeks ago, grilled them up and boy were they tasty.

      2. greygarious RE: NahantNative May 11, 2009 09:03 AM

        I've seen them on menus but never ordered them, so I'm not sure if they are chunks of breast meat or thigh. But either way, you could just buy the turkey part and cut it up yourself, for less money. The more work is done by the butcher/meatcutter, the higher the price. Doing this job yourself also gives you "free" bones and skin for the stockpot.

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          Delhiwala RE: greygarious May 11, 2009 02:10 PM

          I agree. Also, I fear that the uncooked turkey tips that you buy may be made using old turkey that the butcher wants to get rid of, since the marinade may hide the fact that the turkey is old.

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          Ralphie_in_Boston RE: NahantNative May 11, 2009 10:57 AM

          Not in Boston or Brookline, but maybe John Dewar's in Newton Centre

          1. C. Hamster RE: NahantNative May 11, 2009 02:13 PM

            The only "turkey tips" I've eaten are just chunks of marinated turkey breast cut into chunks.

            Easy enough to make yourself.

            I agree that you can be rolling the dice buying pre-marinated meat.

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