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[*] posted on 11-11-2017 at 08:57 AM

If'n any of you out there get to the Costco in Mexicalli pick up some beef sausages con ajo ( in the deli section ) . They was outstanding !

I checked here at my local Costco and they didn't carry it.

But that's the way Costco works, different areas have different products.
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[*] posted on 11-11-2017 at 10:27 AM

Food memories last a lifetime.

My first winter trip to Pescadero around '75, we arrived in the evening after dark and found a small restaurant still open out on the highway in Pescadero. I ordered the fish tacos and got canned sardines.

As much of a Baja rookie as I was at that time, that still stands out as singular experience in culinary offerings. I have to assume that any fresh fish they may have had, had been sold out before we got there.

There was little choice of establishments back then to choose from. We were happy someplace was still open that we could sit down and have a beer or two or three after being on the road all day. Heck, I still like canned sardines once in a while.

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[*] posted on 11-11-2017 at 01:17 PM

Same funny thot, Steve. Whip out your sausage Les, if you got it! Too funny Blanca; lost in the translation! Smiles. ;);) Tio
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[*] posted on 11-13-2017 at 08:00 AM

que rico in todos santos has a number of locally made artisanal sausages
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[*] posted on 11-24-2017 at 12:15 PM

A friend brought me some sausage from Saul's the other day. The Italian isn't as spicy as earlier batches but it's okay. The breakfast sausage is pretty bland and could use a little smoke or other seasonings. I like the fat content he's used though. Fresh sausage patties are always a treat.

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I had another reader inform met that indeed he does make the sausage himself and he is due to make another batch of the Italian sausage soon. Thanks for the correction.

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[*] posted on 11-24-2017 at 05:58 PM

Saul Davis is a Baja icon. His Italian sausage makes the bestest s'getti sauce in the world. Far's ''milder'' is concerned, that's what a li'l ''doctoring'' is for. Bless Saul Davis and his spice garden; I miss him dearly, and his family-run business.

I was raised in small grocery and have had many conversations with Saul over the ''smells'' of his back-room storage, and how many memories of my past it involved.... started at 12 y.o. and 25 cents an hour as a ''bottle boy'' sorting deposit pop and beer bottles, and burning cardboard. Every time i'd put a 'deposito' case of Pacifico on the stack in the pass-way i'd think about all the stacks of empties i'd handled as a kid. Love the store, love the owner, love the family. Yesterday was Thanksgiving; I'm thankful for Saul Davis.

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