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DrMag Nov 9, 2013 05:05 PM

I used to love the house-made sausages at Meat House, but they have closed up shop. Whole Foods' sausages have been dry and not well-balanced in their seasoning. Anyone have a place in the area that makes good sausage? We are fans of Italian (hot and sweet), bratwurst, you name it.

  1. C. Hamster Nov 9, 2013 05:30 PM

    Not near Brookline but not that far either...

    SmokeHouse in Norwell.

    They make a variety of delicious sausage. And stock some of the areas good restaurants.

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      jjbourgeois Nov 9, 2013 06:42 PM

      MF Dulock in Somerville has a nice selection of house made sausages. Selection varies, but they have a nice sweet italian, hunter's sausage, texas hot, etc. Ususally 10-12 different kinds.

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        Aromatherapy Nov 10, 2013 06:57 AM

        Saturdays for broadest selection (the earlier the better, sometimes); weekdays are more limited. Sausages are on the lean side (in a good way). I had the smoked kielbasa recently and it was a big hit. For Italian and nearer you, DePasquale's in Newton, near Watertown.

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          bear Nov 10, 2013 07:39 AM

          aroma or jjb, have you tried any brats or other German-style sausages from MF Dulock? I've had a craving but haven't made it up to Karl's lately.

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            jjbourgeois Nov 11, 2013 05:52 AM

            I tried the brat 2 weeks ago. It was pretty good, a bit leaner than other brats but a good flavor.

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              Aromatherapy Nov 11, 2013 07:38 AM

              I have not, so far.

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            devilham Nov 10, 2013 07:06 AM

            Tony's Italian Market in Rozzie has outstanding home made Italian sausage

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              teezeetoo Nov 10, 2013 07:28 AM

              Newton, if it isn't too far for you: De Pasquale's for excellent housemade Italian and other sausages, as well as good Italian products. I live in Brookline and I consider it worth a trip for these. They have a few varieties of De Pasquale's at Russo's if you shop there, but not the many that come in fresh daily.

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                hyde Nov 10, 2013 08:56 AM

                These sausages are phenominal. But be aware their hours are quirky. They are only open 10 to 5 every day, close at 4p on saturday and are not open sundays at all.

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                  gooch Nov 10, 2013 09:02 AM

                  Another fan here of De Pasquale's.

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              nachovegas Nov 10, 2013 01:42 PM

              Go to the indoor farmers market at the Coolidge Corner Arcade on Sunday. They sell meat including sausages from various local farms.

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                DrMag Nov 10, 2013 04:43 PM

                Thanks for all the tips, you guys! I foresee a lot of taste-testing in my future. Oh, the sadness!

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