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post #21 of 29

I am in London Ontario and interested. Quick question as I see you are in London, where do you buy your cure in London.

post #22 of 29
Highland Farms sells cure in their meat department. I ended up importing some Morton's cure before I realized HF had it.
post #23 of 29

Here is question I have for the Ontario members.  Has anybody ever seen a brisket on sale in this province, i cannot seem to find one anywhere.

post #24 of 29

I bought my cure from Fortinos, the one by me has a large meat department and great butchers, I simply asked if they sold it and he brought me out a bag from the back 1KG for $3.xx

 

Brisket I have again seen at fortinos (this new one is awesome) 

But I have also heard that good place to get it is ST Lawrence market or similar

I've only every purchased one through a friend who owns a BBQ restaurant (his brisket is better but my pork wins lol)

post #25 of 29

ST Lawrence market is in Toronto, I do know where it is.  The problem I have, I do not drive any longer, only time I do get to Toronto any more is to go to Sunny Brook Hospital for a Doctors appointment, twice a year.  And these doctors appointments take several hours, usually start at 9 to11 Am and we leave that hospital around 5, what hours does that Market run?  We have a 96 mile trek to get to that hospital.  And no Fortinos in Brantford

post #26 of 29
What about Longos?
Anywhere with hanging beef, as in they cut it from the cow rather then get cryopacks
I would just ask around I have found places tell me they do carry it and it just not out as its cut up for other things.
post #27 of 29
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Originally Posted by ndinadis View Post

What about Longos?
Anywhere with hanging beef, as in they cut it from the cow rather then get cryopacks
I would just ask around I have found places tell me they do carry it and it just not out as its cut up for other things.


Longos, not one of them to found here in Ding A ling.  Might be one in Hamilton, I will have to look for it.

 

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post #28 of 29

Most butchers will cut a brisket for you but it is something you need to order ahead of time. Most grind it up for hamburger. Call your local butcher a week ahead of time and I am sure he will order one for you.
 

post #29 of 29
Im not far from London and i get all spices and cures from "canadian butch supply" they have everything but meat. As for any meat u can get any cut from norwich packers out of woodstock.
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