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Holiday gifts. What food/drink related gifts did you get?


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14 minutes ago, Anna N said:

Interesting. Where did you find this ingredient?

 

I bought it at T & T, the Asian grocery.  They had several different brands but I picked this one because it was mentioned here. It comes in a regular version and a hot and spicy one.  I have the regular one.  Maybe @johnnyd could chime in and tell us how spicy the hot and spicy one is?

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2 hours ago, ElsieD said:

 

I bought it at T & T, the Asian grocery.  They had several different brands but I picked this one because it was mentioned here. It comes in a regular version and a hot and spicy one.  I have the regular one.  Maybe @johnnyd could chime in and tell us how spicy the hot and spicy one is?

 

The regular one to me is like Heinz Ketchup - pretty sweet. The hot one is not exactly blazing as I recall. Not products I crave compared to o much other out there to try and enjoy.  Do try it if you find  it. Not expensive. 

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14 minutes ago, heidih said:

 

The regular one to me is like Heinz Ketchup - pretty sweet. The hot one is not exactly blazing as I recall. Not products I crave compared to o much other out there to try and enjoy.  Do try it if you find  it. Not expensive. 

 

Thank you.  I will, for sure.

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I still haven't opened it!  I know!! 

 

Good to know it's not habanero-level hot though. Our regular rotation features Harissa, Sambal Oelek and a kind of piri-piri I brew myself using fresnos and whiskey.

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