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    A new favorite condiment

    I don't get out often to try new things, but had a chance to try Thai Chili Ketchup, and I liked it and bought a jar.
    I love this stuff when I need a kick, curious what you all have found recently?

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    I use that in my grape jelly meatballs
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckO View Post
    I use that in my grape jelly meatballs
    Hmmm Might give that a try when I do my next batch of MBs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Dahl View Post
    Hmmm Might give that a try when I do my next batch of MBs.
    Correction. This is what I put in with my Grape Jelly Meatballs

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckO View Post
    Correction. This is what I put in with my Grape Jelly Meatballs



    Bingo, that's what we always use for our grape jelly little smokies and balls.
    Stores where sold out of that X-mas eve, and after talking to a lady at Walgreens I subbed the Thai chili ketchup along with some Manwhich.<sp.
    It was a pretty close clone ( on the fly)

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    Little Smokies and Country Bob's here.

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    You know, I never used to use oregano... Got some for use on Thanksgiving and have really enjoyed a dash on most things now. Especially spicy food, gives a nice little flavor to offset the spice.

    Also got some of "The Gourmet Collection" spice for xmas, a blend of smoked paprika, garlic, chili & chives that while I havent tried, tasted like it will be GREAT on chicken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBooker View Post
    Little Smokies and Country Bob's here.

    Really? Cool. I'll try some next time.
    I used that years ago for other stuff and liked it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean R View Post
    You know, I never used to use oregano... Got some for use on Thanksgiving and have really enjoyed a dash on most things now. Especially spicy food, gives a nice little flavor to offset the spice.

    Also got some of "The Gourmet Collection" spice for xmas, a blend of smoked paprika, garlic, chili & chives that while I havent tried, tasted like it will be GREAT on chicken.
    I love Oregano. Try some Greek or Mexican oregano as a spice on slow cooked meals.

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    I've switched to the Italian Oregano I grow in the garden and the dried Mex Oregano I buy. Love it great flavor in a a lot of foods

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