TJ's Cioppino base

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MEANCHEF
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TJ's Cioppino base - Tue, 08/23/05 5:03 PM
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TJ's has discontinued sale of their cioppino base in the west (at least). It is a very sad day.

I used to make this all of the time.
1 lb uncooked, peeled shrimp
1 jar cioppino base
12 oz feta cheese

Put shrimp then a jar of sauce in a casserole dish and top with crumbled feta. Bake uncovered at 425 for about 30 minutes or until bubbling.

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RE: TJ's Cioppino base - Tue, 08/23/05 7:47 PM
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Originally posted by MEANCHEF

TJ's has discontinued sale of their cioppino base in the west (at least). It is a very sad day.

I used to make this all of the time.
1 lb uncooked, peeled shrimp
1 jar cioppino base
12 oz feta cheese

Put shrimp then a jar of sauce in a casserole dish and top with crumbled feta. Bake uncovered at 425 for about 30 minutes or until bubbling.

And what do you call this dish?

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RE: TJ's Cioppino base - Tue, 08/23/05 8:09 PM
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I've got 3 jars left.....highest bidder?

It is a shame.....it was one of the few things out of a jar I've really enjoyed.

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RE: TJ's Cioppino base - Wed, 08/24/05 1:27 AM
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Try this: http://www.apaladini.com/cioppino.html I've never used their cioppino base, but I've used other Paladini products (especially their tarter sauce) and liked it.

Or, since you appear to be in Seattle, see http://www.larrysmarkets.com/ . This place in Seattle appears to have their own brand of cioppino base.

MEANCHEF
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RE: TJ's Cioppino base - Thu, 08/25/05 2:03 PM
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Originally posted by BT

Try this: http://www.apaladini.com/cioppino.html I've never used their cioppino base, but I've used other Paladini products (especially their tarter sauce) and liked it.

Or, since you appear to be in Seattle, see http://www.larrysmarkets.com/ . This place in Seattle appears to have their own brand of cioppino base.


Thanks. I will try Larry's Market

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RE: TJ's Cioppino base - Fri, 09/2/05 3:13 AM
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Originally posted by MEANCHEF

TJ's has discontinued sale of their cioppino base in the west (at least). It is a very sad day.


Has been discontinued nationwide I'm very sad to say. This had become my very favorite spaghetti sauce.

The Palladini sauce is good but pretty expensive, per jar and then add in shipping. The TJ's sauce was good and a lot more reasonable price wise.

MikeS.