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Mostarda di Cremona

berbadeerface Jun 10, 2009 05:56 AM

Does anyone Know where I can get a jar in or near Philly? I've never seen it at Di Bruno, which would be my first place to look. Thanks.

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    Bigley9 RE: berbadeerface Jun 10, 2009 08:02 AM

    I have gotten it at Claudio's on 9th Street. I'd think DiBruno's would have it too, but I am not there much.

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      berbadeerface RE: Bigley9 Jun 10, 2009 08:26 AM

      Thanks. I'll take a look next time I'm down there.

    2. Den RE: berbadeerface Jun 10, 2009 08:18 AM

      You can make it yourself. About the only thing that may require some searching are the quinces.

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        berbadeerface RE: Den Jun 10, 2009 08:25 AM

        I was thinking about making it myself, but I want to have a jar of the good stuff in order to compare - it's been ages since I've had it so I might not be able to tell if mine is as good!

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          Den RE: berbadeerface Jun 10, 2009 11:06 AM

          If you like your version, then it's good!

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            berbadeerface RE: Den Jun 13, 2009 08:13 PM


      2. Carole RE: berbadeerface Jun 10, 2009 01:21 PM

        I got some at Di Bruno's about a month or so ago. They must make it themselves. I was hoping to find some in a jar imported from Italy but they only carry the one they make. It was just okay. I guess I was expecting it to be spicier. It was very mild with just slightest mustard/sweet taste. I used it to make a pork tenderloin sauce and the part I didn't use up is still sitting in my fridge - if it had been great I'd have used it up right away.

        Next time I'm in the area, I'll look in at Claudio's and see if they have the imported version.

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          Bigley9 RE: Carole Jun 10, 2009 01:36 PM

          Claudio's carries it in a jar - I believe it is imported - I seem to recall trying to translate the ingredients (Italian for quince anyone?)

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            Den RE: Bigley9 Jun 10, 2009 01:57 PM

            That would be mela cotogna.

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              Bigley9 RE: Den Jun 11, 2009 08:20 AM


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            berbadeerface RE: Carole Jun 13, 2009 08:14 PM


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