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Pistol Pete

Looking for a place that makes hard salami

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I am looking for a meat center or locker plant to make HARD SALAMI. I would be willing to go from Breckenridge mn, to Alexandria-Glenwood , Appleton, Ortonville area to get some made. Does anybody know of a place that makes HARD SALAMI. I don't care about any other kind of sausage. FYI, Klinders,Miltona Meats and Minnewaska Meats do not make it.

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Are you from Breck? There is a place in Dilworth MN that makes a large assortment but I'mnot sure on the hard salami. Also, there is L & M meats in Grand Forks that does about everything. I would try giving one of them a call.

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if you are going to venture to Grand Forks, I would suggest Webbers Meats in Reynolds, ND by far. It is hands down way better then L&M in Grand Forks

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Thanks for the suggestions, but am not willing to go any further north than Breckenridge. I'm about a 50 miles south of there.

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I'll have to remember Webbers meats in Reynolds next time I'm heading north. I have never had a deer processed there and about the only thing I buy when I go to L&M is the jalepeno cheddar brats. By far the best brats I've ever eaten even though you know you had them for at least 3 days. Does Webber's have a store that you can go and pick some stuff up at?

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