Heinz chili sauce...

jeanchris

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Anyone know where to find this?? I tryed at nacional,sirena, carrefour and some other place and cant find this products. Please let me know if someone saw this product somewhere!

 

dv8

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Any chance Jose Luis is in SD?
no, jose luis is a local store, in POP. you did not post your location in the first post so obviously you will receive responses about different cities.
and yeah, i think i saw that in jose luis too.
 

skynet

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Can you describe the taste, texture and color...;) Make your own...I had to make my own cocktail sauce!! Can you believe between Bravo, Serena, and in between, I have not found cocktail sauce for shrimp...Come on man!

I'm okay now..Serious, hit the web, plenty of info to make your own..

Ant
 

Tamborista

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This is the best "pre-made" hot sauce, available in most large groceries in RD.
That heinz crap is basically ketchu + tabasco.
REAL cocktail sauce is Gold's horse + ketchu, nothing more, nothing less.

 

skynet

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You mean the OP is not here in Barbados?? Man! Well, back to putting socks on my feet, Aloe did not help and tired of people thinking my feet are twin lobsters..Oh Joy..

OP, just kidding, I'm in POP too, Jose Luis may be good or try Tropical?? another supermarket here in POP


no, jose luis is a local store, in POP. you did not post your location in the first post so obviously you will receive responses about different cities.
and yeah, i think i saw that in jose luis too.
 

skynet

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Haven't had any since you gave me that sample, so it was back to Barbados since they always have dudes with a briefcase selling anything from joints to Aloe Gel, damn shame, maybe the DR will have a new trend soon. Then all of those poor girls who brothel got closed can be the seller..MMMM,good business idea..I'll get right on it..



Are you back on the Molly Water Ant?
 

jeanchris

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This is the best "pre-made" hot sauce, available in most large groceries in RD.
That heinz crap is basically ketchu + tabasco.
REAL cocktail sauce is Gold's horse + ketchu, nothing more, nothing less.

Yeah i know its nothing special, but i love ketchup(only heinz, hate baldom katchu)...i love tabasco... So imagine how much i like Heinz chili :)

But seriously, ill try that chili sauce too, really doubt its as healthy as the heinz sauce tho!
 

bizzyboneizo

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i actually have it in my fringe in ny right now. it doesn't really taste like chili sauce or dont have a strong taste i be leave any kind of chili sauce brand is good
 

LTSteve

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I am not positive but I believe there is a store in SD called the Omaha Store, don't know the address. They have a lot of imported US products and they may have this product. There is one in Las Terrenas and I thought I saw this.

LTSteve
 

Drro

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Tambo, the best is actually the horseradish and chili sauce, much better than mere ketchup.
 

Tamborista

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Tambo, the best is actually the horseradish and chili sauce, much better than mere ketchup.
I said that, take Gold's white horse and mix with ketchu, a new jar of horse is the most effective.
Gold's is also quite effective for bloody mary's.
I cook with the chili garlic sauce, great in stir fry and sautes of chicken.
 

the gorgon

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I said that, take Gold's white horse and mix with ketchu, a new jar of horse is the most effective.
Gold's is also quite effective for bloody mary's.
I cook with the chili garlic sauce, great in stir fry and sautes of chicken.
hey, you! if you are going to talk like that, the least you can do is shoot us a recipe!!
 

flyinroom

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Need some chile sauce in a hurry and there's none in the refrigerator?
No problem....
Squirt some ketchup (gotta be Heinz of course) on a plate.
Add some Sriracha (chile sauce) in (to taste).
A couple of drops of "what'sthishere" sauce.
A squeeze of lemon or lime.
Voila !!!!
Presto...
Great on just about anything and better than any pre mixed cocktail sauce.
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