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Grocery/anywhere that sells Argentine Chorizo

elsid01 Aug 5, 2010 01:35 PM

Hi everyone. I am looking for a place that may sell your standard Argentine Chorizo. I have seen a few places that sell Spanish or Mexican chorizo in philly but no luck with anything specific to the typical Argentine dishes that use their chorizo such as churipan or just grilling the sausages for an Asado.



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    elsid01 Aug 7, 2010 10:16 AM

    thanks for the great advice everyone, i'll check these spots out for sure

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      boaviagem Aug 7, 2010 03:54 AM

      We get our Portuguese Linguica and Chorizo from

      We used to be able to get it from a local store (Durham NC). Now we order direct from the company.

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        brianaface Aug 6, 2010 01:20 PM

        D’Angelo Bros in the Italian Market may have what you are looking for. They make many different sausages and I know that they do make morcilla or blood sausage in an Argentinian fashion. Hope it helps.

        1. caganer Aug 6, 2010 12:33 PM

          I'm not sure what makes Argentine chorizo Argentine but the Fair Food Stand at the Reading market sells fresh chorizo (frozen) that looks good for grilling but then it may be kinda "Mexican." It's definitely not the dried/cured Spanish chorizo. The D'artagnan chorizo sold at Dibruino's and sometimes Superfresh grills well - it's a cooked,smoked sausage like kielbasa. Finally, Orlando, the Puerto Rican butcher who used to make great chorizo at his shop in 9th street, works at Guinta's in the Reading market - they might have something you'd like.

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            FriedClamFanatic Aug 5, 2010 03:38 PM

            If thatis similar to Portuguese Chourico.............sold in Brazil and mabye moved obger the border...........The are NO portuguese stores that i have found....a few rest. that are Brazilian...................but otherwise.........mailorder

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