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Where to find Nduja?

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  • adam Dec 14, 2011 09:46 AM
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I'm hoping someone has some ideas - Murray's Cheese used to carry Nduja from Boccalone, but it appears that they don't anymore. Anyone know any place that does carry it (either Boccalone's or any other nduja)?

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  1. http://www.boccalone.com/

    Looks like you can order it online and have it shipped.

    1. Calabria Pork Store on Arthur Ave in the Bronx makes their own Nduja, and had it the last time I was there 3 weeks back. I bought some and thought it was great; they should still have it. A few other serious Italian pork stores and importers scattered around the city (Eataly, D Coluccio, Sorriso, etc.) may have it as well but don't quote me on that. Call ahead to be sure

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      Calabria Pork Store
      2338 Arthur Ave, Bronx, NY 10458

      Sorriso Italian Pork Store
      44-16 30th Ave, Queens, NY 11103

      Coluccio and Sons
      1214 60th St, Brooklyn, NY 11219

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      1. re: razeup

        Coluccio is not a Pork store cant say Ive ever seen Nduja there, though I have not looked for it.- maybe one of the pork stores on 18th Ave, Kings Hway etc or even Frank and Sals.

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        Frank & Sal
        8008 18th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11214

        1. re: jen kalb

          On Saturday, nestled between the cheeses at Coluccio was Nduja. not cheap at I think $27 per pound. Spicy, spice stuff.

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          Coluccio and Sons
          1214 60th St, Brooklyn, NY 11219

      2. They did the last time I looked, which was about a week and a half ago--did you ask if it was just temporarily out of stock? That was GCT Murray's.

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        1. re: craig_g

          Yep, they had it at Murray's at Grand Central this morning. Not cheap obv.

        2. I've seen it in the back deli case of Buon Italia in Chelsea Market.

          1. If you just want to eat it and not take it home, A Voce at Columbus Circle has it.