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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    I eat the tomatillo salsa with a spoon. They had one years back that was just as good. You are missing out.
    It's just tomatillo gazpacho
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    Quote Originally Posted by notbob View Post
    It's just tomatillo gazpacho
    Gazpacho? Go back to Russia!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    I eat the tomatillo salsa with a spoon. They had one years back that was just as good. You are missing out.
    Not any more, I'm on the move to NorCal. Soon will be another 'Two-Time Champions Kings' fan' in Shark territory.
    This means I may see you good fellows at a few games next season.
    Can't wait.
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    Trader Joe's Aloo Chaat

    These are basically like Indian Hot pockets, haha.



    I think that they are good and are actually spicy, not white people spicy, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    Trader Joe's Aloo Chaat

    These are basically like Indian Hot pockets, haha.



    I think that they are good and are actually spicy, not white people spicy, lol.
    They have a couple of nice boil-in-a-bag Indian options now too

    And these


    Are wicked. Soooooooooooo spicy and tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRGinLBC View Post
    Two things that have changed my life.

    Roasted Tomatillo Salsa (refrigerated section):

    Sometimes sold out...so I guess the word is spreading. I can murder a tub of this in one sitting...with ease.




    Green Dragon Hot Sauce:

    Daily staple on my breakfast sandwiches...or pour this right over your eggs. Dang.

    I bought some of that Green Dragon sauce for the first time on my last trip to TJs.

    I am now part of the converted! :D

    It's good, kinda spicy, but really full of flavor.

    I am one of those weirdos who emphasizes heat over flavor, haha, but this one is the opposite and worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    They have a couple of nice boil-in-a-bag Indian options now too
    Yeah. I've tasted it and it's pretty good if one likes Indian Food.

    Stuff like this.




    It IS BOIL in the bag. But because I don't follow instructions, I just poured it outta the pouch into the pot and cooked it. Actually, just as well, it came out the same, and I was able to add hot sauce while stirring it.


    I prefer to make rice the traditional way since it's more cost effective and what not, but I sometimes get Brown Rice from Trader Joe's.



    This works in a pinch. Put the bag into the microwave, three minutes, and bam, you have rice for your Indian dishes.

    But AGAIN, because I don't follow directions, haha, the first time I bought this, I opened the bag, and poured the rice into hot water to cook the rice.

    This time it was NOT just as well, and instead, I got some pretty rubbery rice. :P

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    Just a real quick note that reading Orphy's fun post reminded me of.
    I am still a little surprised at how often customers ask me basic cooking questions.
    It's usually college kids (mostly gals) and older folks. "How do I roast a chicken?" Stuff like that.
    I admire that they feel comfortable enough to ask, so I always try to be nice and accommodating to the questions.
    One broke my heart the other day, a vegan teenager asked me to help pick out the best steak for her dying dog and how to prepare it.
    Sorry to hijack for a second, be well all.
    Also, if you want some jalapeno flavor with minimal heat, we just got in a new Jalapeno Sauce.
    Check it. . . a little creamy, a little smokey but good flavor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NobleSavage View Post
    Just a real quick note that reading Orphy's fun post reminded me of.
    I am still a little surprised at how often customers ask me basic cooking questions.
    It's usually college kids (mostly gals) and older folks. "How do I roast a chicken?" Stuff like that.
    I admire that they feel comfortable enough to ask, so I always try to be nice and accommodating to the questions.
    One broke my heart the other day, a vegan teenager asked me to help pick out the best steak for her dying dog and how to prepare it.
    Sorry to hijack for a second, be well all.
    Also, if you want some jalapeno flavor with minimal heat, we just got in a new Jalapeno Sauce.
    Check it. . . a little creamy, a little smokey but good flavor.
    way to bring the room down.

    Still say that TJ's Pizza Sauce is winner winner veggie dinner.

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    That jalapeno sauce looks right up my alley
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