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mommamoody Jun 20, 2009 09:39 AM

Hello all, I have been to Patak Sausage Chalet in Austell a couple of times and really like their products...

I love the Gypsy Ham, Russian Sausage, Beef Sausage, Slab Bacon and Keilbasa.

Can anyone else share what they love there? I would like to be more adventurous next time I go there.....

  1. ted Jun 20, 2009 10:02 AM

    landjaeger, smoked pork chops, slab bacon, smoked liverwurst (heaven!), all the variations on kielbasa, 'stuttgart' meatloaf (really best very fresh- like before you get to the car)

    I haven't been out there in a while, but I picked up some smoked liverwurst at YDFM today.

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    1. re: ted
      carolinadawg Jun 20, 2009 06:36 PM

      Would you guys care to clue in the rest of us in as to the location of the place you are talking about?

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        JHLI Jun 21, 2009 10:13 PM

        Look here: http://www.patakmeats.com/Welcome.html
        When they say they close at 6 they mean it no matter how many are in line when the clock hits 6. I called once 30 min. befire closing and they said not to come - that the existing line of people was not going to be fully served. That is typical of European culture, so I was told by a German friend. So go early.
        I sometimes get what they call Canadian bacon aka smoked pork loin. It is not what I usually think of as Canadian bacon. It is sliced and ready to eat - makes delicious sandwiches. I keep wanting their Westphalian ham but I never find it in the case.
        Lots of other excellent meats.

        1. re: JHLI
          ted Jun 22, 2009 06:29 AM

          I haven't had that experience. I have seen the line, and have heard worse stories about it from friends, when they're open the 1st Sat of the month.

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      Reignking Jun 22, 2009 06:28 AM

      I'd love to go there, but their hours are awful. However, they do have their meats at Your DeKalb Farmer's Market. I'm going to pick some up next time.

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