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#1 mstevens

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Posted 24 May 2014 - 04:45 PM

I was somewhere between amazed and shocked to see Pace Picante Sauce at Mega. I know it has its fans, but I just assumed Mexico had a sufficient array of salsas. In any event, they have it at the moment if anyone needs it.


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Posted 25 May 2014 - 09:13 AM

They usually have it. I use it in my guacamole and it's great to smother pork chops or chicken in a skillet (quick, easy, tasty meal). Yep, I could try something more local, but I guess I'm still stuck in my Texas ways  ;)


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Posted 25 May 2014 - 09:56 AM

there are tons of salsa, but something an old stand by is great to have.  I find either the local brands to hot, or to flat.

 

I have found one salsa brand that I really like, I have only found it at Chedrui's.

 

Mrs Renfro's.  The Habanero has a major kick, but I really enjoy the mango, or the raspberry salsa.

The mango or raspberry work great as a chicken or fish marinate.

 

They carry quite a few of there products, but not all.

 

http://shop.renfrofo...llections/salsa


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Posted 25 May 2014 - 12:12 PM

True Paula.

 

There is also another brand at Mega, in the import aisle, that is exceptional! I use them for pork chops and chicken a lot. Tall, thin bottles (I'm too lazy right now to get up and look). The flavors are raspberry chipotle, mango habanero, and tamarindo something. Try them - I think you'll agree.


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