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Stevebond
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2006/12/23 14:11:13 (permalink)

condiments

Where do I find condiments in small (5 gram) packages,at good prices.
I live in the Orlando Florida area (Ocoee) but could buy by mail.
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    Jimeats
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/24 07:58:10 (permalink)
    I've seen them at Costco, but a very limited selection. Any wholesaler will carry them. Chow Jim
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    texgrill
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/24 12:45:22 (permalink)
    Restaurant Depot also has all the packets.

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    UncleVic
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/24 12:48:28 (permalink)
    If your running a stand, far cheaper to buy bulk and have either squeeze bottles or a pump setup going. People always grab far more then they need... But if your head strong on tossing away money, I beleive every wholesaler will have them in stock.. (Sams, Costco, GFS Marketplace, WallyWorld Super Centers)..


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    dreamzpainter
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/25 05:38:31 (permalink)
    I agree with Uncle Vic and I'm as guilty as anyone else about this, I'll grab a handful of those packets, use 2-4 on the burger or dog or taco and the rest go in the glove box or the bottum drawer of the frig. The bottum drawer is stuffed with packets from every kind of FF place! On the reverse side of the issue, I'm also guilty of smothering things if a bottle or pump comtainer is handy as well
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    John A
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/25 07:55:08 (permalink)
    With me it's not the condiments but the plastic knives and forks at Wendy's. I keep them in my car for those places that give you a Spork. Even my wife does it now, she swipes mine.

    John
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    lleechef
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/25 08:04:03 (permalink)
    Use your foodservice supplier......Sysco or FSA.
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    texgrill
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/26 07:24:28 (permalink)
    I also agree with Uncle Vic. I tried using several brands of relish packets for a year but now have switched to the relish in squeeze bottle. I just didnt like the color or quality of the relish packets.

    Yes the cost per serving in a packet is very high.

    Ronnie
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    Dr of BBQ
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/28 00:30:42 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by texgrill

    I switched to the relish in squeeze bottle. I just didnt like the color or quality of the relish packets.
    Ronnie


    Ronnie,
    I read this yesterday and then spent an hour this morning trying to fill a 24 ounce bottle with relish. LOL Got it done but when I tried to use it on my breakfast hotdog nothing comes out but relish juice. How the heck are you doing this? How big of a hole is on the bottle? Or is that my problem
    Thanks
    Jack@DrofBBQ.com
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    dreamzpainter
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/28 08:23:36 (permalink)
    Dr, I use the squeeze bottle of relish at home, it's right with the other relishs at the supermarket, the hole is bigger than that of a ketchup bottle and it seems like theres less fluid to begin with.. I store it upside down so there's less pounding on the bottum
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    texgrill
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/28 09:45:05 (permalink)
    Dr of BBQ

    Yeah what dreamz said. The opening is alot larger, it is on the store brand and the vlasic relish.

    Ronnie
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    marzsit
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/28 18:16:40 (permalink)
    our local cash-&-carry has relish bottles (camco i think..) with large holes and flip-top caps, i've seen heinz relish in bottles in the supermarket with the same bottle cap.
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    Dr of BBQ
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/28 23:13:54 (permalink)
    Well heck I never thought about looking in the supermarket. Thank you. I''l try that tomorrow and use the top off of the store bottle on my container if it fits. Thanks again
    Jack@DrofBBQ.com
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    Matt Gleason
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    RE: condiments 2006/12/31 11:29:52 (permalink)
    The bulk size containers are the way to go with Mustard and ... Catsup. When filling small squeeze bottles with condiments (relish), all you need is a large funnel with the spout cut larger. Also, to squeeze chunky stuff out of squeeze bottle, cut the tip down a bit.

    Squeeze bottles can be found in packs at dollar stores! I also found a dollar store that sells stainless tongs, great for hot dog carts.

    Matt
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