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  • Location: cleveland, OH
RE: The Best Condiments Mon, 02/13/06 4:11 PM (permalink)
'literally give me ****'.
Sheesh, did they at least put it in a bag for you?
Try Sara Lee's honey mustard. Very good.

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    • Location: columbus, oh
    RE: The Best Condiments Mon, 02/13/06 6:54 PM (permalink)
    Originally posted by UncleVic

    Originally posted by roossy90

    I noticed on the web site, they want $6.99 for a bottle, I get them at the local Christmas Tree Shops for $2.99. I am going to stock up on them before leaving Maine.

    Wow, I thought all them Christmas Tree places where gone for the year a couple months ago... Huh... Must have something good going on there in Maine!

    I have also seen them in Massachusetts..
    I love that store. I cant go in and buy just one thing.
    They have such a good selection of miscellaneous Bull****, and I get lost in there.
    In fact, that is the only place I can buy my Portuguese Muffins, Bolo Levados is there.
    Its 25 miles away and I usually buy 5 packages. I am good for a 6 pack a week of those sweet muffins.
    But, I just found out that they are also popular in SC, and am sure I can find them there.
    I also got an email back from a online shop who said that their most popular places to ship them is NC and SC..
    But I dont know why they call them Christmas Tree shops, Its more like an upscale big lots IMO.
    With many more items available.
    Not just Christmas items...

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      • Location: Sharon, MA
      RE: The Best Condiments Tue, 02/14/06 11:46 AM (permalink)
      Christmas Tree Shops is (I believe, still) a New England phenomenon. Sort of a prettied-up job lot, many are in areas frequented by tourists and have a "theme" (like a windmill store and a Cape Cod Village store). Often beloved by women and dreaded by men, they focus on household decorative items (tchotchkes) but occasionally offer a cigar humidor or power tool for the guys. Some okay housewares (once got a Peugeot pepper mill there for about 7 bucks) and a decent "gourmet" food section which moves and is usually quite fresh.

      Closest thing I've seen nationally is Cost Plus/World Markets, at least the one where I buy wine when I'm in San Francisco. Christmas Tree merchandise will lean more toward the "olde Yankee" style and they don't sell wine.

      But they sell my all-time favorite condiment, Grandmothers Sweet Pepper Relish.

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        • Location: Annapolis, MD
        RE: The Best Condiments Tue, 02/14/06 12:21 PM (permalink)
        Originally posted by Poopy

        Originally posted by Pwingsx

        sweat and sour?


        oops, I meant Sweet....I have never tried their sweat.
        Yeah, keep telling yourself that.

        Vayo con Queso

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          • Location: Lexington, KY
          RE: The Best Condiments Tue, 02/14/06 2:15 PM (permalink)
          A condiment worth looking for is McCormick's Mayonesa which is nothing but Mexican mayonnaise made with lime juice instead of lemon, in fact the product is a light lime green color. Taste and texture are excellent. Little pricey at about 3.50 for a 28 ounce jar, but the taste is worth it. Made in Mexico. Check the Mexican/Ethnic section of your grocery. I get it at Kroger.

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            RE: The Best Condiments Fri, 02/24/06 12:47 PM (permalink)
            Originally posted by phatphil

            i grew up in skokie illinois and our arbys at first in the early 70s had roasts in a glass case dripping hot and would grab one and slice it in front of you for a sanwich, not any more

            1. There was an Arby's in Skokie. when did they close?

            2. They had real roast beef?
              Kenny da Fat Man

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              • Location: Pittsburgh, PA
              RE: The Best Condiments Sat, 02/25/06 5:46 PM (permalink)
              Arby's now has some spicy sauce in their condement line up. It's their bbq sauce with a kick.

              Mr. Mustard has an awsome sweet and sour mustard.

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                RE: The Best Condiments Sat, 02/25/06 5:55 PM (permalink)
                it was on skokie blvd in the front parking lot of the bowling alley across from turnstyle/venture target whatever it is now, i know there was a howard johnsons across the street a few blocks south of golf rd.
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