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Where can I buy Chicken Livers in Dallas?

demigodh Nov 14, 2009 07:47 AM

Any grocery store in Dallas that would have them? Preferably North Dallas but will travel. Thanks.

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  1. air RE: demigodh Nov 14, 2009 07:49 AM

    I'd try Asian groceries. Depending on where you are in North Dallas I'd go to Super H-Mart in Carrollton (Corner of Bush/Old Denton) or Tian Tian 88 (Belt Line/Greenville) in Richardson. You can also try Latino grocery stores but I'm not too familiar with any in particular.

    1. twinwillow RE: demigodh Nov 14, 2009 09:47 AM

      Chicken livers can be found almost everywhere in Dallas. Albeit, frozen. Try calling Kuby's, Rudolph's and, Hirsch's to see if theirs are fresh. Wholefoods used to sell them fresh but are now only sold, frozen.

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      1. re: twinwillow
        ilove2eat RE: twinwillow Nov 14, 2009 01:34 PM

        ALL the grocery stores have them, although most keep them frozen. Just ask at the butcher counters.

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        slewfoot RE: demigodh Nov 14, 2009 02:22 PM

        I get mine at Albertson's, not frozen.

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        1. re: slewfoot
          twinwillow RE: slewfoot Nov 14, 2009 02:30 PM

          Thanks for the tip. I'll try them. Which Albertson's do you buy them at?

        2. ShanghaiSam RE: demigodh Nov 14, 2009 10:15 PM

          All asian groceries have chicken livers, unfrozen. I just bought some at the Mei Hua
          Supermarket on Coit and Park in Plano. Tian Tian Supermarket on Greenville and Beltline has them too.

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          1. re: ShanghaiSam
            dallasbeatrice RE: ShanghaiSam Nov 15, 2009 09:02 AM

            Central Market.

          2. Carrollton Foodie RE: demigodh Nov 19, 2009 09:34 PM

            The Asian markets, such as Super H Mart and Carrollton Plaza in Carrollton, have packages of chicken livers, chicken gizzards, and chicken hearts. If you're only looking for chicken livers, I've often seen them at Wal-Marts in plastic containers in the poultry section.

            1. DallasDude RE: demigodh Nov 20, 2009 08:17 AM

              Pretty much every grocer in town would carry this basic item. How else could we make rumaki?

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