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British or Irish sausages

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  • jwg Mar 26, 2011 01:39 PM

Looking for a market in Westchester or the City which sells English style sausages.

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  1. I think across from Eileen's on McLean Ave there's an Irish butcher that has these

    1. The Butcher Block in Queens makes good Irish sausages (and rashers, boiling bacon, etc.)
      http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/16/nyr...

      1. In NYC, the West Village, Myers of Keswick.

        http://www.myersofkeswick.com/product...

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        1. re: roxlet

          I agree with roxlet, the BEST bangers by far are at Myers. I have eaten pretty much every "banger" in the US and nothing compares in any way at all to their sausages. Trust me you can't go wrong. They even have chipolatas, sausage and leek bangers, Cumberlands....amazing amazing stuff!

          1. re: BAFU

            Butchers Fancy on Maclain street in Yonkers. Real old fashioned Irish Butcher making his own sausages, black puddings etc. Delicious.

            1. re: Musigny 151

              Shoprite in White Plains has black and white puddings along with Irish bacon. I can't vouch for quality.

              1. re: Musigny 151

                I stopped by Butchers Fancy yesterday. Really good bangers.

                1. re: JMF

                  I've been a twice a week customer since the first time. the pork and leek sausages are fantastic. Mild, but flavorful. The fresh cured Irish bacon rashers are tasty too.

          2. McVitty's from Northern Ireland best I've ever had, available in some Canadian shops frozen of course. If you ever see a bag buy em insane tubes of porky goodness.

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            1. re: TheDewster

              Oops its McWhitteys.

            2. Just below Yonkers in the Woodlawn section of the Bronx, there are several Irish groceries and delis that have all kinds of these specialties as they cater to a large Irish population. I'd check the outer boroughs board for some recs.
              Sean's Quality Deli on the corner of Katonah and E 235th is a good place to start.

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              1. re: iluvcookies

                you are talking about the same neighborhood. Yonkers/Bronx Woodlawn.

                1. re: JMF

                  The Woodlawn section of the Bronx borders Yonkers on the north side (McLean Ave). Sean's is in the Bronx, my aunt lives up the street from there.