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    Liz was reminiscing about her mom always having fresh and smoked kielbasi as an Easter treat. Now, I tend to go with Bobs Meats in the Berlin Farmers Market, but is there any genuine polish butchers around that make their own "real" kielbasi? Or just a genuine old fashioned butcher shop that is known for their kielbasi?
    This would be an interesting surprise for her, next is the hunt for something called bobka.
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    There's gotta be someplace near you, but in Philly there are a lot...I think bobka is some sort of Jewish chocolate cake or something.
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    Czerws? Polish Food Products

    http://www.kielbasyboys.com

    True Polish meats and the best around. All the old pollocks go only there:

    Smoked Kielbasa
    Fresh Kielbasa
    Kabanosa (Polish ?Slim-Jim?)
    Hot Kabanosa (Hot Sticks)
    Krakowska (Polish Lunchroll)

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    Cheese Bobka & pound cake

    Stock's Bakery
    2614 E Lehigh Ave,
    Philadelphia, 19125
    (215) 634-7344

    The 2 places are only a few minutes from one another

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    Sorry, when we were young mom used to get keilbasa at the Pennsauken Mart but those butchers are long gone!

    As for Babka you can still get that and it is delicious. L & M bakery on River road in Delran sells Cheese and poppyseed babka's. They are very good you won't be disappointed.

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    That's it. Mako knows where to go. I love the sign on Richmond street. It's just an arrow with "kielbasa" written on it.
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    i sold there fresh,smoked,kiska rings,bloodpudding and salcesson.i doubt you will get any at there store but call 215-5354259 if none lacowicz(close)on the sw side of orthodox st. between richmond and arimingo--its one way to the river.
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    We go to the Richmond st. area to get the real stuff..could be the place Mako6950 or Jack are talking about? I forget the name, all I know is you get it from the polish section by the river which is next to the irish section between the Ben Franklin and Betsy Rosss Bridges.

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    Originally posted by mako6950:
    Czerws? Polish Food Products

    http://www.kielbasyboys.com

    True Polish meats and the best around. All the old pollocks go only there:

    Smoked Kielbasa
    Fresh Kielbasa
    Kabanosa (Polish ?Slim-Jim?)
    Hot Kabanosa (Hot Sticks)
    Krakowska (Polish Lunchroll)
    It's the best, try the double garlic
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    Gaiss's Market in the Villas has great fresh Kielbasa, I just picked 3 lbs yeaserday for Easter.
    They do have homemade smoked kielbasa also, but I am not as crazy their smoked kielbasa.
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    Port Richmond...aka Little Poland

    You can go into a bar and still hear them speaking Polish...only place in the world I know of that Aluminum foil is used as a trim around the doors and windows.

    Wilsons beef on Aramingo Ave carries all different kinds of original, don't forget the kraut!

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    Originally posted by CastawayRay:
    Liz was reminiscing about her mom always having fresh and smoked kielbasi as an Easter treat. Now, I tend to go with Bobs Meats in the Berlin Farmers Market, but is there any genuine polish butchers around that make their own "real" kielbasi? Or just a genuine old fashioned butcher shop that is known for their kielbasi?
    This would be an interesting surprise for her, next is the hunt for something called bobka.
    Swiaki's in Port richmond has all the Kielbasi you can handle. You may or may not be able to get Babka there. Babka is closer to irish soda bread. Swiaki's is on salmon street between castor and venango. The best bet for Babka is stocks bakery on lehigh ave. Good luck on easter weekend. Try their pound cake too. You won't get better.

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    The lines will wrap around the block at Swiakies and Czerws this weekend
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    Czerws never left that place with a empty belly!

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