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best place to buy sausage at St Lawrence Mkt?

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sam_1 Jul 14, 2010 01:12 PM

Have never purchased any there before - wondering if anyone has a favourite spot/flavour etc. Thanks! (edit - I meant the south "everyday" market).

  1. ekim256 Jul 16, 2010 10:38 AM

    I really like Gaucho, but I've only tried sausages from them and European Meat Market (I dont think they have a stall in SLM though) so I can't really compare them to the other vendors, like Sausage King. I enjoyed their hot chorizo, french champaign, North African lamb, and tuscany with tomatoes and anchovies. I heard their veal-and-spinach sausages are amazing. They have a shop on College Street as well, and the service was really friendly, informative, honest, and patient.
    Duck sausages sound pretty darn tasty though...perhaps I'll pick some up for the next bbq

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      jgloverwork Jul 18, 2010 03:02 PM

      The Sausage King is very reliable and has a great selection. However, our personal favourites are from Witteveen - the deceptively simple Chicken with Sea Salt & Pepper. Always juicy perfection. http://www.stlawrencemarket.com/shopp...

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      ElizabethS Jul 14, 2010 01:40 PM

      Sausage King (west wall of south market) is good - and on Saturday on the east wall of the North Market is a great place called El Gaucho - lots of samples available.

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        grandgourmand Jul 15, 2010 05:23 AM

        I agree on Sausage King. Although, I've only had thei pork and leek, which I always find tasty.

        El Gaucho, though, was a big disapointment for me, given the frequent raves. I found the sausage too salty, and I didn't like the texture. I prefer my sausage with a coarser grind. I forget the variety I purchased from them...but it was too uniform in texture (and no, it wasn't an emulsified filling to begin with).

        I prefer the sausage from the pork vendors directly SW from El Gaucho. They've got lots to sample from.

        You can always buy a couple from each place. EAch person has different tastes.

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          sam_1 Jul 15, 2010 07:19 AM

          Thanks for the replies. I tried some sausage from my usual place to get meat (la boucherie) but it wasn't very good. I'll try to get myself to the Sat market this week :)

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            graydyn Jul 15, 2010 11:13 AM

            I agree on Sausage King too, and I've tried nearly everything on offer. I'm a big fan of the pork and fennel, as well as the lamb.
            I also love the duck sausage, it's so classy for a sausage.
            Oh, and the dried pepperettes are also top notch.

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