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Keilpasa: Where to buy quality sausage?

StellasDad Dec 3, 2011 09:43 AM

Hello people of CH!

Looking for quality polish or hungarian sausage to try some new recipes.

Please help :)

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    JedZ Dec 7, 2011 07:26 AM

    I like:
    Charcuterie Patisserie Warta
    16043 Boul De Pierrefonds
    Pierrefonds, QC H9H 3X6
    (514) 624-6228

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    1. re: JedZ
      ios94 Dec 7, 2011 09:54 AM

      +1 JedZ

      Also add La Bernoise on St Charles and Zagreb on Sunnydale just off des Sources, for excellent homemade sausages.

    2. porker Dec 4, 2011 03:05 PM

      Maybe JPR is referring to Fairmont Meats? Its Hungarian and they (Joe & George) do their own sausage. Very good market! 3833 St. Laurent.

      Charcuterie Wayne (1766 Center St.) also does good Kielbasa.

      1. cherylmtl Dec 3, 2011 07:17 PM

        Felix Mish?

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        1. re: cherylmtl
          yellowcake Dec 6, 2011 03:53 PM

          +1 for Felix Mish
          Great Kielbasa and other sausuages / meats smoked on the premises.
          Grab a freshly sliced sandwich ($3.50) while you're there, too.
          On Jolicoeur in Ville Emard / Cote St Paul

          Les Aliments Felix Mish
          1903 Rue Jolicoeur, Montreal, QC H4E1X4, CA

          1. re: yellowcake
            finefoodie55 Dec 12, 2011 11:57 AM

            +2 for Felix Mish It is the reference for everything that is Polish, Slovenia on Clark is OK as well

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          JohnnyGe Dec 3, 2011 01:24 PM

          Not being too picky but shud read Kielbasa, the prince of Polish Sausage!!! Though our Hungarian friend have a Kolbasz, their attempt to copy the original. You decide......

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          1. re: JohnnyGe
            fredmir Dec 3, 2011 01:35 PM

            It was only today the the Hungarian church in Jean Talon

            If you tasted the Kolbasz at the Hungarian Church. We don`t copy anybody Sausage

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            JPR Dec 3, 2011 10:26 AM

            go to the eastern eurpoean butchers up on St. Laurent. There is a Hungarion one that is especially good, but there is a wide variety.

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            1. re: JPR
              fredmir Dec 3, 2011 11:31 AM

              There was at the hungarian church today

              1. re: fredmir
                maj54us Dec 3, 2011 12:39 PM

                where and is this still on tomorrow?

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