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Dried, aged, even "moldly" Salumi in the Boston Area?


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Dried, aged, even "moldly" Salumi in the Boston Area?

rlh | Nov 24, 2007 07:43 AM

I'm looking for real Italian-style salumi to send my uncle (and his Friuli-born wife) for the holidays - he lives in a part of the country where it's really hard to find at a store and our usual source of mail order (Salumi in Seattle of the Batali family) is sold out through January.

I'm thinking heading somewhere in the North End, Russo's in Watertown, and/or Formaggio Kitchen in Cambridge/South End.

Where are your favorite spots to get these locally -- the more aged, dried, and moldy-looking, the better? Variety and value also appreciated. Willing to head pretty much anywhere within 128 or even slightly outside.


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