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where to get Irish breakfast items (rashers, sausages and blood sausages) --uncooked

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weezy1074 Aug 4, 2009 03:45 PM

I am looking for a place to purchase uncooked items for an Irish breakfast, that I can cook at home (or better camping!) Namely rashers, sausages and blood sausages. I know Roxie market carries this stuff...their stuff just looks dodgey. Can anyone recommend anyplace else to get these items or can you tell me Roxie's won't have me getting sick?
I thought of sourcing from a website that ships thru NYC but it is going to set me back an obscene amount and I'm certain I can find something in SF for a reasonable price.

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  1. Mari RE: weezy1074 Aug 4, 2009 03:49 PM

    I was at John Campbell's Bakery on Saturday and they have several products in their refrigerator case that are not just baked goods. You might try calling them.

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    John Campbell's Irish Bakery
    5625 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94121

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      NoeMan RE: weezy1074 Aug 4, 2009 04:39 PM

      Roxie's Market & Deli. Everything Irish, candy and all.
      500 Kirkham St
      San Francisco, CA 94122-3611
      (415) 731-0982

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        NoeMan RE: weezy1074 Aug 4, 2009 04:40 PM

        here's the link

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        Roxie's Market & Deli
        500 Kirkham St, San Francisco, CA

        1. wolfe RE: weezy1074 Aug 4, 2009 04:41 PM

          Here's a permalink to a thread where someone found back bacon. I found it at Andronico's Shattuck this year. The thread also has suggestions for other places.
          http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/3174...

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            weezy1074 RE: wolfe Aug 4, 2009 09:16 PM

            Excellent thanks- this is helpful. I'll have to check out the Cafe in Berkeley.

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            toastnjam RE: weezy1074 Aug 6, 2009 10:08 AM

            Mollie Stones on the Peninsula (specifically San Bruno location) sell Irish sausages & bacon. Darn good they are too. And I've seen black puddings at Draegars too.
            HTH

            1. emmaroseeats RE: weezy1074 Aug 6, 2009 05:33 PM

              There is also a corner store at 15th St and Castro called Healthy Spirits (I think) that sold a lot of Irish breakfast staples when I lived there a year ago or so. Worth checking out if you're in the area since I can't promise they still do but I know they're still under the same ownership.

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