[Sca-cooks] Rabbit meat source

rattkitten rattkitten at hughes.net
Sat Jan 20 21:37:47 PST 2007

You will NEVER hear me comment about the "Oh so expensive NYC..."
If you call NYC expensive the you ain't looking right ;)
and I will never forget the help you gave us... The Nice Restaurant was 
an incredible tip....
Best NY tip I can give is that if you want to look at stuff go to Little 
Italy... Then if you wish to go buy it travel around the Corner to China 
Town.... they pratically beg you to let them know some of the price off 
and then apologize to you that they are charging so much... ($50.00 less 
than the price in Little Italy). 
I still check the sangkung web site for kitchen supplies... I mean 
$40.00 for a Henckle 10" Twin Gourmet Knife is unheard of down here in SC. 

Actually now the better question I think we are finding.... is what is 
the best price the Cooks List Can Come up with...
Hell Have ya thought about ordering from your friends on here?  NOW THAT 

Ok I need rabbit....(Not really but follow along here...)
Ok SCA Cooks who has the winning price?.... In this case Master A...
Ok Master A Hook me up... Nichola sends the $$$$, Master A Buys said 
bunnies... for an incredibly great price... gets dry ice, cooler, and 
box, and ships them to Nichola... who receives them and stores them in 
freezer until day before feast and preps them accordingly.  Now that 
would be an incredibly powerful list resource....
Hmmm maybe I will try that....


Phil Troy / G. Tacitus Adamantius wrote:
> On Jan 20, 2007, at 7:02 PM, Lawrence Bayne wrote:
> Wow! I seem to recall getting them on sale, whole, pan-dressed,  
> frozen, by the case for $1.79 last April... That was at an outlet of  
> the Western Beef chain here in oh-so-expensive New York City... it  
> may be that somebody will have them on sale as Easter approaches, and  
> you may be able to get a better price if you buy them in bulk and  
> keep them in a freezer until you need them.
> Adamantius

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