Where can I find real roast turkey in Princeton, NJ?
August 20, 2007 7:08 PM   Subscribe

An older family member coming to stay with us in the Princeton NJ area eats a turkey sandwich for lunch EVERY day. Seeking recommendations for deli or grocery store that has actual fresh roasted turkey for sale (as opposed to deli-type pre-cooked turkey breast). Will go pretty much anywhere in the Mercer County area if necessary. Thank you for any direction!
posted by mmf to Food & Drink (13 answers total)
 
You could probably get your own turkey and roast it for pretty cheap at any grocery store. Some stores will even roast them for you with a pre-order.
posted by Pollomacho at 7:11 PM on August 20, 2007


Just an aside, I too, love the off the bone real roasted turkey sandwich, tell your relative to come to Boston and I could turn them on to EVERY good turkey sandwich here.

But my suggestion is to look up every Jewish deli around. They usually have them. With a good pickle, too. OK, I'm off for a turkey sandwich...
posted by WaterSprite at 7:17 PM on August 20, 2007


Is this close to you? http://www.cubbyscaterers.com/deli-menu.shtml
posted by WaterSprite at 7:20 PM on August 20, 2007


I would check out Whole Foods on Route 1. I know they have a sort of carving station for meats in their prepared foods section.
posted by amro at 7:35 PM on August 20, 2007


Do you have a Boston Market restaurant nearby? They have roasted turkey (and wonderful side dishes).
posted by la petite marie at 7:53 PM on August 20, 2007


Yeah I think that Whole Foods is a good bet
posted by ob at 8:15 PM on August 20, 2007


I was gonna suggest the same thing as Pollomacho; if you roast your own turkey and freeze it, even considering the costs of the ziploc baggies, it's tremendously cheaper. One $30 turkey plus five or six bucks in bags will probably keep him/her in sandwiches for a couple months.

'Course, you do need the freezer space.
posted by Malor at 8:26 PM on August 20, 2007


Wegman's on Rt. 1 in the Nassau Park shopping center also has roast turkey like you describe.
posted by mollweide at 6:04 AM on August 21, 2007


At the Food Court in Marketfair Mall on Route 1 S, there's a Basset's Original Turkey (or a clone thereof). Lotsa good choices, just ate there yesterday.
posted by curiousguy at 6:09 AM on August 21, 2007


Nthing Whole Foods and Wegmans.


Enjoy!
posted by deejay jaydee at 6:39 AM on August 21, 2007


fwiw just pick up a boneless breast, stick a thermo in it, pull it out at 150 degrees, wrap it in foil, leave it on the counter until it cools, slice as needed for sandwiches voila. in my hood a boneless breast with meat enough for sandwiches for 2 everyday is about 13 bux.
posted by chasles at 8:20 AM on August 21, 2007


Thanks all -- this will make the next few weeks just a little easier!
posted by mmf at 9:31 AM on August 21, 2007


If you have a Wegmans go there, they make amazing turkey!
posted by Kellydamnit at 4:02 PM on August 21, 2007


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