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Uncle Bill

Chorizo sausage

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El burrito mercado, Byerlys, and the u of m meat lab only open wednesday afternoons $2.50 a pound there. The meat lab both Spanish and portugese varieties beats the pants off the mexicano swill.

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St. paul farmers market also a meat vendor has it both mexican and spanish style. MMMMM chorizo. And don't forget surdyk's

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Yes sir they make some great stuff. Including homemade cheese curds and the like as well. I said the exact same thing myself when I was told about it. But it was quite good. It is just like a butcher shop there it's on the St.paul campus. email me at agroskreutz@gmail.com if you would the HSOforum address. The dairy lab makes awesome ice cream as well with a ton of flavors. Both of these places are open on Wednesday afternoons 2 to 5 only but you can call or email to make arrangements to pick stuff up as well.

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I heard an interesting story on the radio news about an illegal who was busted at the border with the chorizo stuffed in her pants. God bless her.

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Down the street (Concord) from El Burrito is the Boca Chica restaurant. Best Bean & Chorizo dip around. Order with with a margarita .... MMMM. They also have a lunch buffet, that I think is the best Mexican spread around. The orignal owners were from Mexico City.

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Sent it back at ya and you won't be disappointed in their products.

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