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Chef Shogun

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  1. Heinz Green Ketchup

    Heinz Hamburger Relish

    Heinz Hawaiian Barbecue Sauce

    Heinz Hot Ketchup

    Heinz Ketchup and Onions

    Heinz Ketchup Kickr's Zesty Garlic

    Heinz Mayonnaise

    Heinz Mustard Pickles

    Heinz Original Barbecue Sauce

    Heinz Picallili Relish

    Heinz Salsa Ketchup

    Heinz Savory Sauce

    Heinz Soups (Food Service only)

    Heinz Sweet Mixed Pickles

    Heinz Yellow Mustard (Food Service only)

    Are they going to update their packaging to reflect this change?

    (Apparently if you hit it on the 42 it comes right out!)

  2. I did the same thing with some sour cherries (batch of bourbon as well), but I pitted mine and left it for about two weeks in a Mason jar of Smirnoff 80. Very tasty as a highball with ginger ale.

    Tasted a cherry and wished I hadden't, though.

    Luckylies: I wouldn't go too super cheap with it. You'll just end up with cherry flavoured crap. No running it through a Britta, either. :raz:

  3. From the "I guess you could, but...." files, I subject you to:

    Not The Dogsled

    3/4 oz Yukon Jack

    3/4 oz Canadian Club

    1/2 oz Gran Gala

    1/2 oz Lemon juice

    Alright, it was supposed to be entirely Yukon Jack, right? No, wait...come back! Thank you...And be called The Dogsled (It's like a sidecar, you see? See??). But I didn't have as much Yukon Jack as I thought (it's popular at parties, you see. LATE into parties, mind, but still....popular), so I was like "I need something else that's Canadian or the drink won't be thematically sound anymore!"

    Long story short...this isn't bad! Little sweet, little sour (too much lemon). More Yukon Jack, less on the Gran Gala. Maybe on the rocks with soda instead of up. I give it 6.5 stars out of a possible 10.75. Seriously, it was alright!


    May Your Drinks Be, If Nothing Else, Basically Thematically Sound

  4. It's a shame the Jose Cuervo name is normally synonymous with bad drinking experiences.

    Exactly! I was discussing this point last week with a friend who had no idea that Cuervo made any high-end or quality products. On one hand, it's a PR situation their people could improve on. On the other hand, they seem to be doing just fine with the image they've got!
  5. mine has to be Sailor jerry's. A shame because the packaging was lovely.

    For a spiced rum, i think Sailor Jerry's is pretty drinkable.

    Much more so than C. Morgan's. Cheaper, too, at least around here. It's my house spiced rum for those rare occasions when I want spiced rum!
  6. "Nutella, meet.....whatever. Whatever, Nutella!"

    A bowl of microwaved Spaghetti-Os is the blank canvas upon which dreams are given substance.

    Everybody and everything seem younger at a party. Leftovers included.

  7. I applaud their inclusion of Breadline and The Burro. How did they even find them?? Especially The Burro...it's hidden away in the 2000 Penn shopping center and is populated by mostly GW students and World Bank people. And really tasty burritos, of course. Breadline is probably the most sensible item on the list, all in all. It's unclear if the ordering is significant, but it's my go-to lunch spot more often than is financially responsable of me.

    Other than that, the list doesn't do much for me, but who couldn't do a better one around here, ne?

  8. Oh, man.  That is not a working title - that is pure Sex-and-the-City-pink-drink spin-off heaven.  Bravo.  I know tons of girls who would drink that and love ordering it just for the name.  I'm more of a Manhattan drinker myself, but I am dying here.

    Yeah, well...me too, but sometimes you have to make up a party drink! :raz:

    Incidentally the formula works well with SoCo, too. Thanks for the comments!

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