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Has anybody ever seen blood sausage for sale at any grocery stores in town? CM, WF? Maybe somewhere else? I bet it'd probably be easy to find in New Braunfels...

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  1. i thought dai due does blood sausage sometimes?

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    1. re: dinaofdoom

      Probably, but who knows when Jesse will decide to make it next... would be nice if I could just go buy some on any given day. I'm guessing it's not a very popular item at grocery stores, though.

    2. Kocurek carries Morcilla pretty regularly. Also, check their twitter feed, as they are doing a blood sausage class in 2 weekends.

      1. Kocurek Family Charcuterie does a Spanish style blood sausage that's absolutely delicious. Again, you'll have to show up to a farmers market to get it, but they put a menu up of what they'll be selling each week. From what I can tell, they almost always have the smoked morcilla.

        http://www.kocurekfamilycharcuterie.c...

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        1. re: agoodbite

          Awesome... these guys came highly recommended from a friend, and I've been looking for an excuse to check em out. Thanks!

          1. re: popvulture

            Their pate de campagne is also really fantastic. It has pistachios in it. Goes well with cornichons and grainy mustard.

            1. re: popvulture

              Checked the the menu for this weekend and they will indeed have the smoked morcilla. You can even call and reserve a package if you like.

              What are you planning on doing with it? I've thought of making a batch of dirty rice with it, but haven't gotten around to it yet.

            2. re: agoodbite

              I apologize if this violates posting etiquette, but it seems relevant. I saw that Kocurek is having a blood sausage making workshop on Oct 30: http://www.kocurekfamilycharcuterie.c...

            3. I've seen British style in the freezer section at Phoenicia.
              I wouldn't bet on finding it at New Braunfels, fresh or otherwise.

              1. CM South has two brands last I was there a couple weeks ago. One is imported from Spain, IIRC. They are vac-packed in a basket by the pickles after the cheese section. I've bought it once, it's not my thing.