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Old 12-15-2010, 04:25 PM   #51
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If we're scoring "favorite" based on quantity eaten, I'd have to go with mustard. I like a good mustard on just about everything -- especially french fries.

However, I do love me some Sriracha and Stubb's BBQ sauce, separately or mixed.

Incidentally, I can almost always find the sriracha chili garlic paste at my local King Sooper's (Kroger) supermarket -- no need to find an Asian grocery for it.



 
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Old 12-15-2010, 04:52 PM   #52
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Incidentally, I can almost always find the sriracha chili garlic paste at my local King Sooper's (Kroger) supermarket -- no need to find an Asian grocery for it.
Same here, I'm not sure why some grocers don't carry it on the Asian aisle.



 
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Old 12-15-2010, 04:58 PM   #53
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Sriracha is nearly 7 dollars a bottle at my local Safeway. I'm more then happy to drive a few miles to the asian store and pay less then three bucks.

FWIW (and ****s and giggles), I used to live one block from two asian stores. One sold quarts of blood and 'assorted intestines' (think salad bar style) and the other had all kinds of live and dead fish as well as live frogs/turtles.
both stores stunk to high hell as well....

 
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Old 12-16-2010, 01:26 AM   #54
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FWIW (and ****s and giggles), I used to live one block from two asian stores. One sold quarts of blood and 'assorted intestines' (think salad bar style) and the other had all kinds of live and dead fish as well as live frogs/turtles.
both stores stunk to high hell as well....
One of the ones near me used to just have a box of shrimp (not dried) sitting in the isle. Not on ice or anything. I heard a few months ago the health dept shut them down.
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Old 12-16-2010, 01:35 AM   #55
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The Beav ranks pretty highly in my book.

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The Beav ranks pretty highly in my book.
Never even heard of it.
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It's popular in the northwest. It really is good stuff. I prefer the Sweet Hot. No, really.


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