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Where can I get Andouille sausage in Hamilton?

HammerLo Nov 5, 2012 11:00 AM

I just got back from New Orleans and I'm dying for some more gumbo. Does anybody know where I can find Andouille sausage? I think the South African butcher in Oakville makes it but I'd rather find it closer to Hamilton.

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    hungryjoanne RE: HammerLo Nov 6, 2012 05:59 AM

    I haven't seen any Andouille sausage here (Hamilton), but will keep my eyes & ears open. Please let us know if you find some.

    1. ultrablue RE: HammerLo Nov 7, 2012 11:12 AM

      Check your Real Canadian Superstore.
      I used the PC Andouille Sausage in a Paella.

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        HammerLo RE: ultrablue Nov 8, 2012 07:49 AM

        Found them at Cumbraes in Dundas, in the freezer.
        The PC ones look fresh (not smoked) in the picture. Are they?

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          ultrablue RE: HammerLo Nov 8, 2012 03:32 PM

          They were fresh and nicely spiced.Fine for a Jambalaya.
          Pork, water, sea salt, seasonings, toasted wheat crumbs, dehydrated parsley, smoke flavour, garlic extract. In hog natural casing.

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            hungryjoanne RE: HammerLo Nov 9, 2012 10:04 AM

            Good to know - I love Cumbrae's.
            Thanks for posting.

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              HammerLo RE: hungryjoanne Nov 9, 2012 10:38 AM

              I know, me too. I went in there for the andouille and came out with two huge ribeyes and some niagara guanciale as well.

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          Jacksie RE: HammerLo Mar 5, 2014 12:37 PM

          I would try Starsky's in the east end (Queenston Road). They have a huge selection of sausage. I think Andouille is originally and/or comparable to German smoked pork sausage???? Starsky's will surely have it.

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            sygnin RE: HammerLo May 12, 2014 12:16 PM

            I just bought some at Mustard Seed Coop (Locke and York). I just found this because I had no idea what an Andouille sausage was.

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