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Where to buy sausages

Josh Reynolds for the boston globe

Bianco & Sons Italian Sausage

375 Revere St., Revere, 781-289-4688,

A family-run distributor that supplies Alma Nove in Hingham, Sonny Noto’s in East Boston, and others. There’s a small retail business; call a day ahead for your order, made in-house.

Borrelli’s Italian Deli

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322 Merrimack St., Methuen, 978-687-2306,

This 40-year-old deli draws loyalists for five kinds of sausage, made in-house: sweet and hot Italian; tomato and cheese; tomato, garlic, and cheese; and “everything” sausage with peppers and onions. Owner Don Smeriglio uses extra-lean pork butt, which doesn’t flame up on the grill.

DePasquale’s Sausage Co.

325 Watertown St., Nonantum, Newton,

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Generations have bought sweet and hot Italian sausage here. Former longtime Patriots commentator Gino Cappelletti prefers his version rife with fennel, says company president Stephen DePasquale.

Di Paolo & Rossi

56 Salem St., North End, Boston, 617-227-7878

Chef Sam Monsour of jm Curley and Bogie’s Place frequents this North End shop, which specializes in hot Italian sausage made fresh for neighborhood restaurants such as L’Osteria.

Formaggio Kitchen

244 Huron Ave., Cambridge, 617-354-4750,

Charcutiere Julie Biggs employs seasonal ingredients to fashion custom sausage for the shop’s Saturday barbecues.

Fowles Gourmet Market

341 High St., Newburyport, 978-465-9028,

Fowles’s recipes are a century old. Ask for the “kitchen sink” and you’ll get sweet Italian sausage with peppers, onions, mushrooms, fennel, and cheese.

Karl’s Sausage Kitchen & European Market

1 Bourbon St., Peabody, 978-854-6650,

You’ll find almost 50 types of Northern European sausage and cold cuts at Karl’s
(pictured), such as weisswurst, a rare Bavarian white sausage.


154 Turnpike Road, Southborough, 508-485-8884,

This market, adjacent to Tomasso Trattoria, is known for house-made pork sausage with garlic and fennel, used for the restaurant’s pizzas.

Savenor’s Market

160 Charles St., Boston, 617-723-6328

92 Kirkland St., Cambridge,

Savenor’s specializes in sausage made from game (pheasant was a recent hit). This month, look for duck sausage sourced from Long Island’s Crescent Duck Farm.


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