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  1. #21
    Steve Freides Guest

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    Bryan wrote:
    > On Oct 7, 2:16 pm, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    >> On Sun, 07 Oct 2012 12:46:51 -0500, Andy wrote:
    >>> Maybe an easier technique would be to separately puree the
    >>> chipotle peppers in a coffee grinder.

    >>
    >> Is he dumb or just plain stupid?
    >>
    >>> Use a wax paper plate
    >>> instead of the clear plastic cap then upside down the it all
    >>> over the paper plate and grind a few seconds more. That will
    >>> allow the puree to spill onto the plate. Then add the mayo and
    >>> adobo sauce to the plate and fork combine it all together.

    >>
    >> Or you could just do like normal, intelligent people and use a STICK
    >> BLENDER.
    >>
    >> Duh!
    >>
    >> Tell us how you even manage to tie your shoes, Andy.

    >
    > But when you start out with canned chipotles and jarred mayo, it
    > doesn't matter much how you combine them.


    My nose would bleed if I held my head that high.

    -S-



  2. #22
    Andy Guest

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    "Steve Freides" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Bryan wrote:
    >> On Oct 7, 2:16 pm, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost>
    >> wrote:
    >>> On Sun, 07 Oct 2012 12:46:51 -0500, Andy wrote:
    >>>> Maybe an easier technique would be to separately puree
    >>>> the chipotle peppers in a coffee grinder.
    >>>
    >>> Is he dumb or just plain stupid?
    >>>
    >>>> Use a wax paper plate
    >>>> instead of the clear plastic cap then upside down the it
    >>>> all over the paper plate and grind a few seconds more.
    >>>> That will allow the puree to spill onto the plate. Then
    >>>> add the mayo and adobo sauce to the plate and fork
    >>>> combine it all together.
    >>>
    >>> Or you could just do like normal, intelligent people and
    >>> use a STICK BLENDER.
    >>>
    >>> Duh!
    >>>
    >>> Tell us how you even manage to tie your shoes, Andy.

    >>
    >> But when you start out with canned chipotles and jarred
    >> mayo, it doesn't matter much how you combine them.

    >
    > My nose would bleed if I held my head that high.
    >
    > -S-




    Never argue with fools.

    People may not notice the difference.

    Take fools like little stevie warts and big fat boring baby
    bryan as prime examples!

    As if I care!!!

    Andy

  3. #23
    Sqwertz Guest

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    On Sun, 7 Oct 2012 15:00:25 -0700 (PDT), Bryan wrote:

    > On Oct 7, 2:16*pm, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    >> On Sun, 07 Oct 2012 12:46:51 -0500, Andy wrote:
    >>> Maybe an easier technique would be to separately puree the
    >>> chipotle peppers in a coffee grinder.

    >>
    >> Is he dumb or just plain stupid?
    >>
    >>> Use a wax paper plate
    >>> instead of the clear plastic cap then upside down the it all
    >>> over the paper plate and grind a few seconds more. That will
    >>> allow the puree to spill onto the plate. Then add the mayo and
    >>> adobo sauce to the plate and fork combine it all together.

    >>
    >> Or you could just do like normal, intelligent people and use a STICK
    >> BLENDER.
    >>
    >> Duh!
    >>
    >> Tell us how you even manage to tie your shoes, Andy.

    >
    > But when you start out with canned chipotles and jarred mayo, it
    > doesn't matter much how you combine them.


    <yawn> It's pretty much a given that anytime anybody mentions mayo,
    you'll be here with your mayo rant. You are to mayo what Sheldon is
    to ground beef.

    -sw

  4. #24
    Sqwertz Guest

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    On Sun, 7 Oct 2012 20:04:21 -0400, Steve Freides wrote:

    > Bryan wrote:
    >
    >> But when you start out with canned chipotles and jarred mayo, it
    >> doesn't matter much how you combine them.

    >
    > My nose would bleed if I held my head that high.


    It amazing he doesn't get vertigo when he looks down to pee.

    -sw

  5. #25
    Jean B. Guest

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    Steve Freides wrote:
    > George M. Middius wrote:
    >> Steve Pope wrote:
    >>
    >>> What I haven't seen in stores is fresher, yet still smoked,
    >>> chipotles. I would think for some purposes you would want the
    >>> peppers still juicy. This is the sort of thing a restaurant, or
    >>> motivated home chef,
    >>> would be able to pull off.

    >> How about the tex-mex aisle? They come in cans around here, usually
    >> immersed in tomato sauce.

    >
    > I was in the ethnic hispanic section of the store, and where they keep
    > the regular mayo, with a hispanic employee of the store who I've seen
    > many times before, a nice, responsible adult. The chain was Stop 'N'
    > Shop, one of the more popular grocery stores around here. They just
    > don't carry it, neither the canned chipotle peppers in adobo sauce nor
    > chipotle mayo.
    >
    > -S-
    >
    >

    Too bad! I think some of those things are in my S&S. (I go to
    several chains though, and would have to check there again to be
    sure.) The canned chipotles vary tremendously both in heat and in
    flavor. I used to know which brands were good, but my daughter
    dislikes Mexican food, and I haven't gotten back into cooking it.
    Perhaps someone here would give some tips re buying the
    chipotles en adobo. WF carries (or carried) a brand that was in a
    jar. It was decent in flavor, and I liked the fact that one could
    just use bits of it and keep it right in its jar. It lasted pretty
    much forever, even though I recall that some chipotles that I had
    transferred to a jar got moldy (and, yes, I am careful about
    contamination).

    If I were making the chipotle mayo, I'd start with some of the
    canned chipotles, or even just some of the sauce. Do it to taste,
    w lime juice.

    Oh, Heinz (I think) has a chipotle mayo, and it was EXTREMELY
    disappointing (dumbed down).

    --

  6. #26
    sf Guest

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    On Sun, 7 Oct 2012 12:45:41 -0400, "Steve Freides" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > My 15-year-old love the chipotle mayo they give out in little plastic
    > container at the local take-out Mexican place - and so do I.


    I'm lost at the starting gate... what do you use it on?

    --
    I take life with a grain of salt, a slice of lemon and a shot of tequila

  7. #27
    sf Guest

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    On Sun, 7 Oct 2012 16:36:56 -0400, "Steve Freides" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > George M. Middius wrote:
    > > Steve Pope wrote:
    > >
    > >> What I haven't seen in stores is fresher, yet still smoked,
    > >> chipotles. I would think for some purposes you would want the
    > >> peppers still juicy. This is the sort of thing a restaurant, or
    > >> motivated home chef,
    > >> would be able to pull off.

    > >
    > > How about the tex-mex aisle? They come in cans around here, usually
    > > immersed in tomato sauce.

    >
    > I was in the ethnic hispanic section of the store, and where they keep
    > the regular mayo, with a hispanic employee of the store who I've seen
    > many times before, a nice, responsible adult. The chain was Stop 'N'
    > Shop, one of the more popular grocery stores around here. They just
    > don't carry it, neither the canned chipotle peppers in adobo sauce nor
    > chipotle mayo.
    >

    You live back East, don't you Steve? Maybe that's why. Canned is
    easy to fine here. Look around for another month or so and if you
    still haven't found it, email me. I'll send you some canned
    chipotles. I've seen whole dried chipotles, but they aren't as common
    as you may think. Can't say I've ever seen chipotle mayonnaise, but
    I've never looked for it either.

    --
    I take life with a grain of salt, a slice of lemon and a shot of tequila

  8. #28
    Steve Freides Guest

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    sf wrote:
    > On Sun, 7 Oct 2012 16:36:56 -0400, "Steve Freides" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> George M. Middius wrote:
    >>> Steve Pope wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> What I haven't seen in stores is fresher, yet still smoked,
    >>>> chipotles. I would think for some purposes you would want the
    >>>> peppers still juicy. This is the sort of thing a restaurant, or
    >>>> motivated home chef,
    >>>> would be able to pull off.
    >>>
    >>> How about the tex-mex aisle? They come in cans around here, usually
    >>> immersed in tomato sauce.

    >>
    >> I was in the ethnic hispanic section of the store, and where they
    >> keep the regular mayo, with a hispanic employee of the store who
    >> I've seen many times before, a nice, responsible adult. The chain
    >> was Stop 'N' Shop, one of the more popular grocery stores around
    >> here. They just don't carry it, neither the canned chipotle peppers
    >> in adobo sauce nor chipotle mayo.
    >>

    > You live back East, don't you Steve? Maybe that's why. Canned is
    > easy to fine here. Look around for another month or so and if you
    > still haven't found it, email me. I'll send you some canned
    > chipotles. I've seen whole dried chipotles, but they aren't as common
    > as you may think. Can't say I've ever seen chipotle mayonnaise, but
    > I've never looked for it either.


    We're just outside of NYC in northern NJ.

    I ordered this:

    http://www.igourmet.com/shoppe/Chipo...dobo-Sauce.asp

    I figured, since I was paying shipping, anyway, and the cans were only
    $1.99 each, I might as well get a few, so I ordered 5 cans.

    Someone else mentioned Whole Foods having this in a jar - we'll look for
    that, too.

    -S-



  9. #29
    Steve Freides Guest

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    sf wrote:
    > On Sun, 7 Oct 2012 12:45:41 -0400, "Steve Freides" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> My 15-year-old love the chipotle mayo they give out in little plastic
    >> container at the local take-out Mexican place - and so do I.

    >
    > I'm lost at the starting gate... what do you use it on?


    Many things, e.g., on a hamburger, to dunk french fries in, pretty much
    anywhere you might use either mayo or ketchup. A fallback dinner item
    here is a homemade quesadilla with some sort of meat and some sort of
    cheese in it, and this is great on those, too.

    -S-



  10. #30
    George Guest

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    On 10/8/2012 8:58 AM, Steve Freides wrote:
    > sf wrote:
    >> On Sun, 7 Oct 2012 16:36:56 -0400, "Steve Freides" <[email protected]>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>> George M. Middius wrote:
    >>>> Steve Pope wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> What I haven't seen in stores is fresher, yet still smoked,
    >>>>> chipotles. I would think for some purposes you would want the
    >>>>> peppers still juicy. This is the sort of thing a restaurant, or
    >>>>> motivated home chef,
    >>>>> would be able to pull off.
    >>>>
    >>>> How about the tex-mex aisle? They come in cans around here, usually
    >>>> immersed in tomato sauce.
    >>>
    >>> I was in the ethnic hispanic section of the store, and where they
    >>> keep the regular mayo, with a hispanic employee of the store who
    >>> I've seen many times before, a nice, responsible adult. The chain
    >>> was Stop 'N' Shop, one of the more popular grocery stores around
    >>> here. They just don't carry it, neither the canned chipotle peppers
    >>> in adobo sauce nor chipotle mayo.
    >>>

    >> You live back East, don't you Steve? Maybe that's why. Canned is
    >> easy to fine here. Look around for another month or so and if you
    >> still haven't found it, email me. I'll send you some canned
    >> chipotles. I've seen whole dried chipotles, but they aren't as common
    >> as you may think. Can't say I've ever seen chipotle mayonnaise, but
    >> I've never looked for it either.

    >
    > We're just outside of NYC in northern NJ.
    >
    > I ordered this:
    >
    > http://www.igourmet.com/shoppe/Chipo...dobo-Sauce.asp
    >
    > I figured, since I was paying shipping, anyway, and the cans were only
    > $1.99 each, I might as well get a few, so I ordered 5 cans.
    >
    > Someone else mentioned Whole Foods having this in a jar - we'll look for
    > that, too.
    >
    > -S-
    >
    >

    I am in PA and can find chipotles in adobo in at least 3 local stores.
    They are in 7 ounce cans and ~ $1.30 (just bought some last week) I
    just looked and the brand in the cupboard is "La Costena".

    I know shoprite has them and there are quite a few of those in North Jersey.

    http://preview.tinyurl.com/8bygjdh


    http://www.meijer.com/s/la-costena-c...74.instance01?


  11. #31
    Janet Bostwick Guest

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    On Mon, 08 Oct 2012 09:30:38 -0400, George <[email protected]>
    wrote:
    snip
    >>

    >I am in PA and can find chipotles in adobo in at least 3 local stores.
    >They are in 7 ounce cans and ~ $1.30 (just bought some last week) I
    >just looked and the brand in the cupboard is "La Costena".
    >
    >I know shoprite has them and there are quite a few of those in North Jersey.

    snip

    That's a good sign. That means that shoprite has them on their main
    order list from their supplier. Asking a shoprite in another area to
    get some in the store should get results.
    Janet US

  12. #32
    Nunya Bidnits Guest

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    Steve Freides <[email protected]> wrote:
    > My 15-year-old love the chipotle mayo they give out in little plastic
    > container at the local take-out Mexican place - and so do I.
    >
    > So I asked, one time when I was there picking up an order, if they
    > could tell me where to get chipotle mayo - the guy said they sell it
    > at our local grocery store - so today, I looked, and even asked for
    > help but no dice, they don't sell it.
    >
    > I broke down and ordered a few cans of Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce
    > on the Internet
    >
    > http://www.igourmet.com/shoppe/Chipo...dobo-Sauce.asp
    >
    > I then looked up a "recipe" which was pretty funny - take 1/2 cup of
    > mayo, 2 chipotle peppers, and 1 tablespoon of the adobo sauce the
    > peppers came in, put it all in a blender and mix it up. I think I
    > probably could have figured that out for myself. Being a little
    > sloppy getting the peppers out of the can probably yields a tablespoon
    > of the sauce right there.
    >
    > Anyone else do anything more interesting than that for chipotle mayo?
    > I'm guessing that more isn't necessary since the adobo sauce
    > effectively provides whatever seasoning is needed.
    >


    A little cumin and lime juice is good. And of course, salt.

    Kraft makes a chipotle mayo which is actually pretty good:
    http://www.amazon.com/Kraft-Sandwich.../dp/B0037505AK

    MartyB



  13. #33
    Sqwertz Guest

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    On Mon, 8 Oct 2012 08:58:35 -0400, Steve Freides wrote:

    > I ordered this:
    >
    > http://www.igourmet.com/shoppe/Chipo...dobo-Sauce.asp


    Peruvian is interesting. I just took out my two cans earlier this
    morning to make chipotle mayo and they are both from Mexico.

    > I figured, since I was paying shipping, anyway, and the cans were only
    > $1.99 each, I might as well get a few, so I ordered 5 cans.


    They also had dried morita chiles, which are very similar to
    chipotles. Good for meat rubs.

    -sw

  14. #34
    Sqwertz Guest

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    On Mon, 08 Oct 2012 09:30:38 -0400, George wrote:

    > I am in PA and can find chipotles in adobo in at least 3 local stores.
    > They are in 7 ounce cans and ~ $1.30 (just bought some last week) I
    > just looked and the brand in the cupboard is "La Costena".


    That's one of the cans I have now. The other is a cute little 3.5oz
    can of San Marcos brand (the same people who make the killer chipotle
    sauce).

    -sw

  15. #35
    Steve Freides Guest

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    George wrote:
    > On 10/8/2012 8:58 AM, Steve Freides wrote:
    >> sf wrote:
    >>> On Sun, 7 Oct 2012 16:36:56 -0400, "Steve Freides" <[email protected]>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> George M. Middius wrote:
    >>>>> Steve Pope wrote:
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> What I haven't seen in stores is fresher, yet still smoked,
    >>>>>> chipotles. I would think for some purposes you would want the
    >>>>>> peppers still juicy. This is the sort of thing a restaurant, or
    >>>>>> motivated home chef,
    >>>>>> would be able to pull off.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> How about the tex-mex aisle? They come in cans around here,
    >>>>> usually immersed in tomato sauce.
    >>>>
    >>>> I was in the ethnic hispanic section of the store, and where they
    >>>> keep the regular mayo, with a hispanic employee of the store who
    >>>> I've seen many times before, a nice, responsible adult. The chain
    >>>> was Stop 'N' Shop, one of the more popular grocery stores around
    >>>> here. They just don't carry it, neither the canned chipotle
    >>>> peppers in adobo sauce nor chipotle mayo.
    >>>>
    >>> You live back East, don't you Steve? Maybe that's why. Canned is
    >>> easy to fine here. Look around for another month or so and if you
    >>> still haven't found it, email me. I'll send you some canned
    >>> chipotles. I've seen whole dried chipotles, but they aren't as
    >>> common as you may think. Can't say I've ever seen chipotle
    >>> mayonnaise, but I've never looked for it either.

    >>
    >> We're just outside of NYC in northern NJ.
    >>
    >> I ordered this:
    >>
    >> http://www.igourmet.com/shoppe/Chipo...dobo-Sauce.asp
    >>
    >> I figured, since I was paying shipping, anyway, and the cans were
    >> only $1.99 each, I might as well get a few, so I ordered 5 cans.
    >>
    >> Someone else mentioned Whole Foods having this in a jar - we'll look
    >> for that, too.
    >>
    >> -S-
    >>
    >>

    > I am in PA and can find chipotles in adobo in at least 3 local stores.
    > They are in 7 ounce cans and ~ $1.30 (just bought some last week) I
    > just looked and the brand in the cupboard is "La Costena".
    >
    > I know shoprite has them and there are quite a few of those in North
    > Jersey.
    > http://preview.tinyurl.com/8bygjdh
    >
    >
    > http://www.meijer.com/s/la-costena-c...74.instance01?


    There is a ShopRite not far from here but I almost never get there
    because I live walking distance from 3 other grocery stores. Easier for
    me to mail-order than to get to the ShopRite, although it is a good
    store - the one in Rochelle Park, NJ, which is the closest to me, is
    _huge_ and has good prices on just about everything.

    -S-



  16. #36
    Jean B. Guest

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    Steve Freides wrote:
    > sf wrote:
    >> On Sun, 7 Oct 2012 16:36:56 -0400, "Steve Freides" <[email protected]>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>> George M. Middius wrote:
    >>>> Steve Pope wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> What I haven't seen in stores is fresher, yet still smoked,
    >>>>> chipotles. I would think for some purposes you would want the
    >>>>> peppers still juicy. This is the sort of thing a restaurant, or
    >>>>> motivated home chef,
    >>>>> would be able to pull off.
    >>>> How about the tex-mex aisle? They come in cans around here, usually
    >>>> immersed in tomato sauce.
    >>> I was in the ethnic hispanic section of the store, and where they
    >>> keep the regular mayo, with a hispanic employee of the store who
    >>> I've seen many times before, a nice, responsible adult. The chain
    >>> was Stop 'N' Shop, one of the more popular grocery stores around
    >>> here. They just don't carry it, neither the canned chipotle peppers
    >>> in adobo sauce nor chipotle mayo.
    >>>

    >> You live back East, don't you Steve? Maybe that's why. Canned is
    >> easy to fine here. Look around for another month or so and if you
    >> still haven't found it, email me. I'll send you some canned
    >> chipotles. I've seen whole dried chipotles, but they aren't as common
    >> as you may think. Can't say I've ever seen chipotle mayonnaise, but
    >> I've never looked for it either.

    >
    > We're just outside of NYC in northern NJ.
    >
    > I ordered this:
    >
    > http://www.igourmet.com/shoppe/Chipo...dobo-Sauce.asp
    >
    > I figured, since I was paying shipping, anyway, and the cans were only
    > $1.99 each, I might as well get a few, so I ordered 5 cans.
    >
    > Someone else mentioned Whole Foods having this in a jar - we'll look for
    > that, too.
    >
    > -S-
    >
    >

    I haven't looked for the ones in the jar recently. They have one
    brand of canned chipotles (I guess I should append "here" because
    there is some variation in what each location offers). And I
    still forget what brands are good. For that matter, have the
    chipotles dumbed down because of the wimpy jalapeņos? Ack!

    --

  17. #37
    Jean B. Guest

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    George wrote:
    > On 10/8/2012 8:58 AM, Steve Freides wrote:
    >> sf wrote:
    >>> On Sun, 7 Oct 2012 16:36:56 -0400, "Steve Freides" <[email protected]>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> George M. Middius wrote:
    >>>>> Steve Pope wrote:
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> What I haven't seen in stores is fresher, yet still smoked,
    >>>>>> chipotles. I would think for some purposes you would want the
    >>>>>> peppers still juicy. This is the sort of thing a restaurant, or
    >>>>>> motivated home chef,
    >>>>>> would be able to pull off.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> How about the tex-mex aisle? They come in cans around here, usually
    >>>>> immersed in tomato sauce.
    >>>>
    >>>> I was in the ethnic hispanic section of the store, and where they
    >>>> keep the regular mayo, with a hispanic employee of the store who
    >>>> I've seen many times before, a nice, responsible adult. The chain
    >>>> was Stop 'N' Shop, one of the more popular grocery stores around
    >>>> here. They just don't carry it, neither the canned chipotle peppers
    >>>> in adobo sauce nor chipotle mayo.
    >>>>
    >>> You live back East, don't you Steve? Maybe that's why. Canned is
    >>> easy to fine here. Look around for another month or so and if you
    >>> still haven't found it, email me. I'll send you some canned
    >>> chipotles. I've seen whole dried chipotles, but they aren't as common
    >>> as you may think. Can't say I've ever seen chipotle mayonnaise, but
    >>> I've never looked for it either.

    >>
    >> We're just outside of NYC in northern NJ.
    >>
    >> I ordered this:
    >>
    >> http://www.igourmet.com/shoppe/Chipo...dobo-Sauce.asp
    >>
    >> I figured, since I was paying shipping, anyway, and the cans were only
    >> $1.99 each, I might as well get a few, so I ordered 5 cans.
    >>
    >> Someone else mentioned Whole Foods having this in a jar - we'll look for
    >> that, too.
    >>
    >> -S-
    >>
    >>

    > I am in PA and can find chipotles in adobo in at least 3 local stores.
    > They are in 7 ounce cans and ~ $1.30 (just bought some last week) I
    > just looked and the brand in the cupboard is "La Costena".
    >
    > I know shoprite has them and there are quite a few of those in North
    > Jersey.
    >
    > http://preview.tinyurl.com/8bygjdh
    >
    >
    > http://www.meijer.com/s/la-costena-c...74.instance01?
    >


    ISTR that that was the brand that I didn't like (years ago). It
    annoyed me, because that was the brand that one tends to see.

    --

  18. #38
    Jean B. Guest

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    Sqwertz wrote:
    > On Mon, 08 Oct 2012 09:30:38 -0400, George wrote:
    >
    >> I am in PA and can find chipotles in adobo in at least 3 local stores.
    >> They are in 7 ounce cans and ~ $1.30 (just bought some last week) I
    >> just looked and the brand in the cupboard is "La Costena".

    >
    > That's one of the cans I have now. The other is a cute little 3.5oz
    > can of San Marcos brand (the same people who make the killer chipotle
    > sauce).
    >
    > -sw


    THAT sounds promising.

    --

  19. #39
    Sqwertz Guest

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    On Fri, 12 Oct 2012 11:31:15 -0400, Jean B. wrote:

    > I haven't looked for the ones in the jar recently. They have one
    > brand of canned chipotles (I guess I should append "here" because
    > there is some variation in what each location offers). And I
    > still forget what brands are good. For that matter, have the
    > chipotles dumbed down because of the wimpy jalapeņos? Ack!


    Yesterday at the store I saw "Pickled Chipotles" by the same "San
    Marcos" brand I usually buy. I had never seen these before. I
    couldn't justify buying them since they were $1.69 and their regulat
    ones were only $.88. And I already have two cans I need to use up....

    Apparently they're pretty rare as I can't find them mentioned on the
    web except for their catalog (mostly in Spanish).

    http://www.empacadorasanmarcos.com/Catalogochiles.pdf
    (Scroll 2/3rds of the way down)

    But now that the seed has been planted in my head I'll probably go
    back to that specialty store and buy some.

    I also buy the San Marcos pickled RED jalapenos any time I see them.
    Great flavor, but pretty damned hot (also pictured in that catalog).

    -sw

  20. #40
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Chipotle Mayonaisse

    On Sat, 13 Oct 2012 00:21:17 -0500, Sqwertz wrote:

    > Yesterday at the store I saw "Pickled Chipotles" by the same "San
    > Marcos" brand I usually buy. I had never seen these before. I
    > couldn't justify buying them since they were $1.69 and their regulat
    > ones were only $.88. And I already have two cans I need to use up....
    >
    > Apparently they're pretty rare as I can't find them mentioned on the
    > web except for their catalog (mostly in Spanish).
    >
    > http://www.empacadorasanmarcos.com/Catalogochiles.pdf
    > (Scroll 2/3rds of the way down)


    Also note the spelling - "ChiLpotle". Which is probably the correct
    spelling. But we gringos took out the extra 'L'.

    -sw

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