$7.50 for $15 Worth of Fresh and Smoked Homemade Products at Costanza's Sausage
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Vast selection of fresh and smoked sausages includes 8 types of house-smoked bacon, homemade kielbasa, and cordon-bleu chicken sausage
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Expires Jun 29th, 2013.
Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Valid only Wed-Sun. Not valid 5/22-5/25 and 6/12-6/15. Valid for homemade products only.
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$7.50 for $15 Worth of Fresh and Smoked Homemade Products
The shop's vast selection includes items such as wine-and-cheese sausage, cordon-bleu chicken sausage, smoked kielbasa, and eight different varieties of bacon smoked in-house. Sausage prices range from $3.99/lb to $5.99/lb.
Following in the footsteps of his father, who opened his first meat market called The House of Costanza back in 1946, Tony Costanza showcases the family’s gift for processing encased meats. For Tony, what started as a modest hobby—hunting, and smoking venison sausage in his garage—quickly expanded and evolved into a business venture. Once his friends had sampled his sausages and word spread, he opened Costanza's Sausage, inventing new recipes and reviving old family ones, including the italian sausage that had made his father's shop such a success. Today, the selection has grown to include a huge amount of encased meats, from blueberry-maple breakfast sausage to the Inferno brat.
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