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Seen Nueske's Liverwurst in Boston?

On a CH Homecooking thread, Nueske's has been compared to liverwurst poetry. Anyone seen it around here? thanks much.

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  1. I'm not sure you can get anything from Nueske's in the Boston area (maybe a few places carry the bacon?). I order bacon, hams, and smoked turkeys from them: www.nueskes.com

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    1. re: Splendid Spatula

      I get their bacon at Russo's when I see it (not always). Didn't see their liverwurst there, but I net they could get it. My fave bacon.

    2. Ive not seen any Nueske's here.

      Just came back from Chicago where it's everywhere. I'm not that big of a fan, actually.

      1. I've seen Nueske's bacon at Savenor's in Cambridge. They may have had the liverwurst, but I wasn't looking for it. You could give them a call.

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        Savenor's Market
        92 Kirkland St, Cambridge, MA

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        1. re: BobB

          thanks bob. will do. and if anyone has love for a particular liverwurst , i'd love to hear about it. particularly if it's on the mild side! thanx.

          1. re: opinionatedchef

            We tried a pate from Baltic Deli recently that fits somewhere on the liverwurst-braunschweiger spectrum. My friend spotted it in their deli case, a big rectangle of pate about 4" high and more than a foot across. My friend asked the girl behind the counter how we should eat it & she said on a sandwich...we were too hungry when we got home, though, and just polished it off with some bread.

            I know it's nit what you asked for but if you're in the area it might be worth a try :)

            1. re: opinionatedchef

              I can highly recommend the Schaller & Weber goose liver paté. It's wonderful stuff, with a rich but not overpowering flavor, quite soft and spreadable, and with chunks of some sort of ham in it. I just had some for lunch on Clear Flour caraway rye - perfection.

              They sell it at some of the Russian stores - Bazaar almost always has it, and Berezka sometimes does. Also delicious is their Teewurst, a smoked meat paste that I acquired a taste for when I lived in Germany. Schaller & Weber is the only US producer I've seen.

              1. re: BobB

                I also like the Schaller & Weber liverwursts, found them at Savenors maybe 5 years ago but then couldn't find them for several years except at the local distributor's (Euroguild) house in Walpole.

                You've actually seen it recently at the Russian markets?

                1. re: steinpilz

                  Roche Brothers/Sudbury Farms stores carry Schaller and Weber products.

                2. re: opinionatedchef

                  Karl's sausage kitchen has awesome liverwurst - your choice of fine or coarse grind. I prefer the coarse.

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                  1. re: gltsoi

                    Their coarse liverwurst ("traditional style", as they say) is awesome. Be sure to try the "sour style" headcheese as well. Yeah, I know, headcheese. It's terrific :)

              2. I just got some ordinary supermarket deli type liverwurst -- not sure if it's Boar's Head or Dietz & Watson or what -- but I'm still excited about having it for lunch tomorrow. I'm thinking paper-thin-sliced onions, red lettuce, mayo and yellow mustard on sturdy white bread.

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