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Where to buy duck prosciutto?

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KARAal03 Nov 21, 2010 10:49 AM

Does anyone know where I can buy duck prosciutto in the city, apart from the pre-packaged outrageously expensive form found at Murray's? I bought a breast of duck prosciutto from a guy at the Union Square greenmarket last month, and it was perfect. I went back to try and find him and couldn't, and the woman manning the information booth didn't know who I was talking about. I'm starting to think I hallucinated! Any leads on who he is, or where else I can find duck charcuterie in the city?

Thanks!

ANSWER: Sorry, would delete but don't seem to be able to do so. More persistent googling - 10 pages in for some reason, disclosed that it was most likely Hudson Valley Duck Farm, at the Union Square farmer's market on Mondays.

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    hungrycomposer Nov 21, 2010 01:09 PM

    I bought duck livers and duck leg confit from the duck man at Union Square on Monday a few weeks ago, and saw that he had duck pastrami. And yes, it was called Hudson Valley Duck Farm.

    1. boredough Nov 21, 2010 01:22 PM

      The Saturday market at the Lincoln Triangle (next to Barnes & Nobel; across from Alice Tully Hall) has a vendor who sells various 'forms' of duck including charcuterie/prosciutto. His stuff is delicious ...I have no idea if he's in fact the same vendor who was in Union Square, but I can tell you he DOES exist and was there yesterday.

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