Re: RARA-AVIS: Re: The Horsemen

From: Steve Novak (
Date: 12 Mar 2009

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    For all you salame and bacon needs go to: general and to: rmat=1&page=2
    ...for special delicacies available at your local store...
    ...and the company is based in SF...

    You could also go to DıArtagnan ( ) which has similar French order today and it is tomorrow at your dorstep...

    No, I donıt own stock in those companies...but the own my palate and tastebuds...


    On 3/11/09 7:28 PM, "jacquesdebierue" <> wrote:

    >> > At least up here in New England, Canadian Bacon is a maple cured, circular
    >> cut pork breakfast food that costs a bit more than strip bacon and tastes a
    >> lot better. It's commonly used on Eggs Benedict, available in most high-end
    >> bars and restaurants that offer breakfast or brunch throughout Massachusetts,
    >> New Hampshire, Maine & Vermont. It's possibly also be available in Canada but
    >> they may just call it bacon there.
    >> >
    > I don't think it has anything to do with bacon. It's loin meat. The Italians
    > make something like that, great stuff of course. An Italian salumeria is proof
    > enough that there once was civilization in the world.
    > Best,
    > mrt

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