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looking for Beef Suet - for baking, online sources?

UPDATE: ordered it from Ask The Meatman (http://www.askthemeatman.com/bird_fee...) after noting that they confirm that it true suet and "suitable for human consumption" (though not from USDA inspected meat). Anyway... it arrived quickly, was still cold and was the real deal. Christmas was saved! Now I have enough for the net 7 christmas puddings. Thanks to all who replied.

Jan 19, 2011
egoddard in General Topics

looking for Beef Suet - for baking, online sources?

I'm looking for a mail/internet source for Beef Suet suitable for baking. Every local butcher/specialty shop I've gone to or called in the St. Pete/Tampa FL area does not have it, nor will they get it. Every year it seems harder and harder to come by. Does anyone have a reliable online/mail source? Thanks!

Dec 01, 2010
egoddard in General Topics

wanted: gourmet box/picnic lunch Tampa/St.Pete

Thanks Joan, meatn3, Miss E and CFishman,

Your comments have really helped. Me thinks I'll send the ladies to Pane Rustica and drag all the husbands across the Gandy to Wrights! Much obliged.

Feb 07, 2008
egoddard in Florida

wanted: gourmet box/picnic lunch Tampa/St.Pete

Hi Joan,

Thanks for the reply. We actually go to Mazzaro's quite a bit (and the lunches are top-notch) but what I'm looking for in this case is a source for an somewhat elegant box lunch that I can provide for a group of women to eat while traveling to Orlando to go shopping. They'll be eating in the car (hence the portability factor) but I'd like to make nicer than your average Panera wrap.

Feb 06, 2008
egoddard in Florida

wanted: gourmet box/picnic lunch Tampa/St.Pete

I'm looking for ideas on where to find a nice gourmet-ish box/picnic lunch for a group of 30-something quasi-hipster women heading out for a metro-sexual guided afternoon shopping trip this wekeend.

Panera is what I'm trying to avoid. Lonnie's Sandwiches is a little run-of-the-mill for this downtown St. Pete group. I've never been to Pane Rustica, Wright's Gourmet, or Mise en Place but from what I've read they may be good choices. Any and all ideas are greatly appreciated.

thanks,
Ethan

Feb 06, 2008
egoddard in Florida