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Where To Get Hot Hungarian Sausage FL? PLEASE?!

OH2FL Jan 4, 2010 07:20 AM

We'll go anywhere in the Tampa Bay (and north or south) area, and don't even mind a road trip to ANYWHERE in FL for it!

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    kenr RE: OH2FL Jan 4, 2010 10:17 AM

    I thing this place in Safety Harbor is what you are looking for.
    Check out this post:
    http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/130627
    Address and directions:
    http://www.safetyharborboatclub.com/B...
    Call ahead to see if they have what you are looking for.
    Good luck!

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      naruda RE: kenr Jul 26, 2010 02:17 PM

      The Hungarian Butcher in Safety Harbor gets his meat supply from Geier in Sarasota.. They do bake some breads in Safety Harbor. The Hungarian Church in Safety Harbor on the 8th Ave. North has a iuncheon on first sunday of the month after the service for approxim.$ 10.

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        laszdatt RE: naruda Jul 8, 2012 12:49 PM

        Since Mr Hudak sold the, the quality went down. I use to love Mr. Hudaks on side made products.

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      racer x RE: OH2FL Jan 4, 2010 01:13 PM

      If you're in South Florida, Deerfield Beach to be more precise, there's Emil's European Sausage Kitchen.
      http://european-sausage.com/default.aspx

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        CFishman RE: racer x Jan 4, 2010 07:04 PM

        Schiller's Deli has a very good paprika sausage. The slab smoked bacon is great too.

        4327 West El Prado Boulevard
        Tampa, FL 33629-8404
        (813) 839-6666

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          OH2FL RE: CFishman Jan 6, 2010 08:32 AM

          Y'all rock! THANKS! They're all on my list!

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        lorandele RE: OH2FL Jul 26, 2010 07:07 AM

        Old World Sausage in Pompano Beach, FL , homemade smoked sausages, ham. Delicious!
        http://www.owsausage.com

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        Old World Restaurant
        8370 S Florida Ave, Floral City, FL 34436

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          ospreycove RE: lorandele Jul 26, 2010 07:19 AM

          Try Geier's in Sarasota, I know they have Hungarian Bacon. Geier's has their own smokehouse and all their sausages, salami, liverwurst, hams wurst, etc. etc is their own. Great selection of European grocery items.
          I think they have Debriziner Hungarian sausage. I checked, yes, it is $6.99/lb
          http://www.geiers-sausage.com/

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            CFishman RE: ospreycove Jul 26, 2010 08:28 AM

            Wow, Geiers looks great. I was looking for something to justify a trip down for macaroons, now I've got it.

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              ospreycove RE: CFishman Jul 26, 2010 09:47 AM

              Cfishman....Are you going to St Armand's Circle for Macaroons?. http://www.yelp.com/biz/le-macaron-sa... Geier's is a "trip", it is a store with enough inventory to fill a building twice its size. They have a butcher counter too that will get you anything you want, goose, whole fresh hams,special cut beef short ribs, you name it. If you like mustard, dark chocolate bars, homemade coldcuts, you have arrived.

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                CFishman RE: ospreycove Oct 23, 2010 02:50 PM

                Wow, it took me a long time to get to Geier's. Ospreycove, you are absolutely right, Geier's is really something special. To be honest, I am not even sure what I bought. Let's see there was polish sausages, bratwurst, nuremburg wurst, english banger sausages, blood sausage with lamb's tongue, headcheese, double-smoked bacon, liverwurst, dark rye bread, and fresh pretzels. I am very much looking forward to my next couple of meals at home. There was a freezer that had a very good selection of odd cuts of meat and offal. The only thing that was disappointing was that the pastries were imported rather than homemade. Perhaps they are good but it didn't make me want to try them once I new that they had been frozen and shipped. I grew up with a local German bakery (in St. Louis) that has ruined me for quite a few bakery items. I guess I will have to keep looking for that. In the meantime, I have an incredible array of sausages to work my way through. Thanks Ospreycove and Naruda for mentioning this place.

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                  ospreycove RE: CFishman Oct 24, 2010 03:58 PM

                  CFishman............Glad you liked it, Geier's is definitely unique!!!!

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