Culinary Question For Squackee


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Postby mojo » Thu Dec 01, 2005 4:28 pm

JRM wrote:
mojo wrote:
marknhj wrote:Trader Joe's garlic mashed, in a box, everytime - takes about 90 secs to prepare!


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It started in Pasadena, actually. We have about 6 within a 5 mile radius of our house! (the original TJ's is only a few blocks away)


Wow!
And the two times I managed to talk DH into driving off course to get to one are life highlights for me..... :( :( :wink:
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Postby bad hammy » Thu Dec 01, 2005 4:33 pm

JRM wrote:Best grocery store ever!

Don't know if I'd go that far, but their Two Buck Chuck is the best deal in bottled wine ever. Not only is it good to drink, but it is so cheap that I use it extensively in cooking.

Best trick? Soak a bunch of cedar chips in wine for about four hours, and then smoke them in the BBQ while cooking a beer-can chicken. Fill the beer can with the wine too. You can use one of TJs free-range organic chickens here. Makes for one great chicken . . .
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