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offlady

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Black Pepper Triscuit Sun, 06/22/08 8:09 PM (permalink)
I've been getting totally addicted to this new Black Pepper & Olive Oil Triscuit. Their Garlic Triscuit is good, but this black pepper one is even better. You gotta try it!
 
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    MilwFoodlovers

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    RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Sun, 06/22/08 9:57 PM (permalink)
    Triscuits are yet another product that tastes better since dumping the trans fat. Good stuff.
     
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      Poverty Pete

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      RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Sun, 06/22/08 11:56 PM (permalink)
      Try combining that black pepper Triscuit with Yancey's Fancy horseradish cheddar cheese from Costco. Best new snack I've found in a long while.
       
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        lleechef

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        RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Mon, 06/23/08 4:24 AM (permalink)
        My mother has been buying some roasted tomato/garlic Triscuit in the Rochester, PA area. They were actually quite good. Haven't seen them in AK yet.
         
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          angeltearsmc

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          • Location: johnson city, TN
          RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Mon, 06/23/08 11:56 AM (permalink)
          The black pepper/olive oil Triscuits are AMAZING. And amazingly addictive. Planning to try the roasted tomato and garlic ones next...
           
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            CajunKing

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            RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Tue, 06/24/08 3:45 PM (permalink)
            they are good with a piece of baby swiss melted over them
             
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              uncledaveyo

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              • Location: Northern California
              RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Sun, 08/3/08 1:08 PM (permalink)
              I like the rosemary ones too.
               
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                CCinNJ

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                • Location: Bayonne, NJ
                RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Mon, 08/4/08 8:48 PM (permalink)
                a little caponata is splendid.
                 
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                  leethebard

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                  RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Mon, 08/4/08 8:50 PM (permalink)
                  Caponata...YES!!!!!
                   
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                    HotDogHead

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                    • Location: Denver, CO
                    RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Tue, 08/5/08 2:00 PM (permalink)
                    I think these would house baked brie nicely. I will have to try it.
                     
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                      stricken_detective

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                      RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Wed, 08/13/08 1:31 AM (permalink)
                      ^^You guys are fancy. Cheese Triscuit in one hand, Garlic Triscuit in the other. Mmmm.

                      Although I wish they would bring back the low sodium ones.
                       
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                        MGWerks

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                        • Location: Bandera, TX
                        RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Sun, 09/7/08 10:08 PM (permalink)
                        Try a schmere of cream cheese, some prosciutto, basil and a razor thin slice of Roma tomato.
                         
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                          leethebard

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                          RE: Black Pepper Triscuit Sun, 09/7/08 10:20 PM (permalink)
                          Yeah,that sounds delicious...thanks for a great idea!
                           
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