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Curry leaves

Thanks to everyone for their input and responses!!!!!!!

Oct 24, 2014
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Curry leaves

I don't know.. I guess that for what I want, it would just be easier to buy dried instead of buying fresh and then having to dry it myself before grinding. Thanks for that information!

Oct 22, 2014
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Curry leaves

Does anyone know where to buy curry leaves? I prefer dried, but will take fresh...

Thanks in advance for reading !!!!!!!

Oct 22, 2014
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Boar's Head all beef natural casing hotdogs...

Thanks for all the posts and info!!!!!!!

I really appreciate it, I'm just trying to find these for a colleague who has been without them for a while and is at wit's end trying to find them... Once again, Thanks!!!!!

Apr 25, 2014
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Boar's Head all beef natural casing hotdogs...

I am trying to locate a store that sells these. I live on the North shore, but welcome responses from anywhere in the general Boston Area. I can't seem to find info on the BH site. Thanks in advance for your interest in reading this!!!!!

Apr 25, 2014
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Where to find Saba

Opps !!!!!!!!! My mistake!! Sorry to confuse. What I'm looking for is what Chicken with a Capon mentioned, the balsamic like juice.

Aug 09, 2012
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Where to find Saba

Thank You... This may be interesting, I've never seen it frozen before.....lol

Aug 08, 2012
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Where to find Saba

Thanks !!!!!!!!!!!

Aug 08, 2012
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Where to find Saba

Hoping to find a local grocer that sells saba. I haven't found any on the North Shore, but I'm hoping there is a source in the city. Granted, I know I could order it online, but I prefer to give our local grocers the business.

Thanks in advance for any info!

Aug 08, 2012
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Overheard on the Boston Board

I saw what appeared to be delicious recipe for a fig sauce. One of the ingredients that the recipe called for was saba. I have had no luck finding it anywhere. Granted, I could order it online, but would prefer to find it locally and support our local grocers. Any ideasa where I may find it????

Aug 08, 2012
n9723x in Features

Best muffaletta in La - N.Orleans, Baton Rouge, or Cajun country

muff #3 in 3 days..... Still in BR. I think I hit the jackpot this time. Patience is a virtue. Visited Beauregard Gallery and Bistro today. Once again, I got it cold, to test the freshness of the bread. I'm going back!!!!!!!!!! The bread was fresh, the olive salad very good, and all three meats were there. There was plenty of meat may I add. The pitfall of this place is the lack of operating hours. That is the ONLY negative comment. Really nice place to eat, friendly staff to go along with the meal, which is reasonably priced @ 8.95 for a half. This the best one I've had here, and I'm going to let them warm it up next time!!!!!!!!!! Countless searches couldn't list the hours, so here they are:

Beauregard Gallery & Bistro
715 Europe St.
Baton Rouge, LA

only open for lunch
Monday - Friday, 11:00AM - 2:00PM

225 383-1932

Enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!

Jun 25, 2012
n9723x in New Orleans

Best muffaletta in La - N.Orleans, Baton Rouge, or Cajun country

2 muffs in 2 days in BR. Went to Rocco's on Drusilla based on recommendation from a local with a respected palette. I ordered mine cold, so I had a better feel for the bread. The sandwich was ok, with the exception of the bread. Now I know why they heat it up, so they can use stale bread. The bread was NOT good. Next day I went to Anthony's for the muff sub. Once again, I was looked at like a zombie for ordering it cold. Though it was a sub, and not an original muff, it was so much better than Rocco's. The bread was fresh, light & airy..... I'll be back to try one heated. Still have to get back down to NO to try Frankie's, and retry Central. The one I got at Central last year was nothing short of what I wanted/expected.

Jun 24, 2012
n9723x in New Orleans

Best lobster roll thats not 30 bucks

Out side of Boston on the North Shore, but here's my .02. Going to Plum Island, Bob Lobster is very good, not too much mayo, great fresh lobster. MY favorite is the lobster roll at Hampton Airfield. Foot long roll filled nicely, and the bacon laced potato salad is good as well. Tough to beat for $12.00. Besides, how do you beat sitting outside watching planes while chowing down?

May 03, 2012
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Bob's Lobster-Plum Island

and for those of you who are pilots, it is coveniently located near the east end of Plum Island Aerodrome. Come by and visit us @ 2b2 !!!!! Like all the other comments about Bob's, I'll vouch for them. The food is great!

Mar 22, 2012
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Curing meats at home

My apologies... I was referring to their recipe for corned beef, which uses the pink salt.
Here is the link to sausage.com pink salt...

http://www.sausagemaker.com/11000inst...

btw, I bought it at Christina's for 5.99 a pound. The first thing they asked me when I requested 1# was "What restaurant do you work for?" When I told them it was for my own use, the "were out of stock". Once I mentioned that I would take the small package to get me by for today & order the larger quantity online, they "found" some... Again, I think they just want to make sure that the person knows what they are getting, and its effect...

Feb 23, 2011
n9723x in Home Cooking

Curing meats at home

I agree, the book by Michael Ruhlman and Brian Polcyn is great, but I'm confused... their recipe calls for 5 teaspoons of pink salt for a 5# slab, whereas the sausage maker.com call for 1 teaspoon per 5#... Any comments???

Thanks in advance... :)

Feb 23, 2011
n9723x in Home Cooking

Help finding truffle butter

Exactly! my post was in error.... I want this to put on the bread after roasting the beef.... Thanks for pointing out my omission !!!!!

May 03, 2009
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Help finding truffle butter

I'll have to remember this tip..... I'm a newbie, and I'm trying to get my hands on this quickly as I can as I have to get the beef cooked and then served. However, I think I like this tip and now will have to research and explore the wonderful world of fresh truffles and truffle oil, which seems easier to get online (the oil). Thanks for the reply !

May 03, 2009
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Help finding truffle butter

Thanks....

I did call buthchershop & they had it. Easier to drive to Boston from Salisbury than it is to find a parking spot!!!! They had their own blend, not D'artagnan. I haven't tried it yet, but it seems nice.

$14.70 for 5.5 ounces....

May 03, 2009
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Help finding truffle butter

The one on Tremont St. in Boston?

May 03, 2009
n9723x in Greater Boston Area

Help finding truffle butter

I know I saw a post somewhere that listed a couple of places in the Boston area that carried truffle butter. I'm hoping I can find a place that is open tomorrow Sunday) so I can coat and roast this beautiful filet with it. Thanks to all for reading & hopefully responding !!!

May 02, 2009
n9723x in Greater Boston Area