For those of you who love smoked meats and BBQ, I highly recommend Sam's Butcher Shop. Sam is a small-batch, artisan meat processor. He makes his products in a very authentic and traditional way, using charcoal and cherry wood in an old fashioned smokehouse, where the products are slow cooked. This process gives the meats a rich, smoky flavor (and smell). Sam is the nicest guy and always replies to email inquiries in a timely matter. He makes the most amazing smoky & spicy Andouille sausage. My wife puts it on a pizza with peppers & mushrooms (among other ingredients). I also love Sam's Smoked Boneless Country Ribs. They go great with hot Bone Suckin sauce. His Hot Italian sausages go great in a sausage and pepper dish. His BBQ Pulled Pork is also delicious. Sam also smokes three types of bacon (Buckboard, Pork Shoulder, and Smoked Kielbasa bacon). Besides the outstanding Andouille and Italian Hot sausages Sam also makes Smoked Kielbasa Rings, Grillers, & sticks, and Smoked Wisconsin Brats. He also makes Hardwood Smoked Ham, Smoked Salmon, & Smoked Duck. Sam is currently running a special of 10 pounds of any combination of sausage, bacon, country ribs, or pulled pork for $65.00. It was recently increased from $60.00 but is still a great deal. Most of these meats sold by the pound separately average $7.50 to $8.50 a pound. The best part is since it is already cooked, you just have to heat it up Sam does all of the hard work He is situated in Pennsylvania, but delivers the meats overnight to the tri-state area for a flat delivery fee of $14.00. The order is perfectly packaged in a large styrofoam container filled with plenty of ice. The meats are tightly wrapped in saran wrap and put in plastic bags and clearly labeled. I always love opening a new order and getting that initial intoxicating aroma of smoky goodness Please note that since Sam is a small artisanal smoker, (and everything is made in fresh small batches), he requires at least a week's advance notice of your order. Below are links to his website and an old article on Jersey Bites.