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Old 08-08-2005, 10:07 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Constance
Thanks, Kadesma. I've seen the Knorr mixes here too. I'll give them a try. I wish I'd used something like that the other night, instead of ruining that lovely sliced steak.

I also found an online grocery where I can order the Pillsbury brand. They are .69 a box, but I don't know what the shipping would be.
I'm glad you found a source for the mix. The market I shop at is all about food, their cheese section, has cgeese I've only read about in cokbooks, and I'm making it my goal to try 2 new ones each week. They also have a board where you can ask for certain items and they will get them for you..I find this place very coustomer friendly Have you asked them to order for you at your market?

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Old 08-09-2005, 04:46 PM   #12
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Kadeesma, this is a small town in a financially depressed area. When the Super Walmart opened, our only 2 locally owned markets went out of business. So Walmart is it...and they don't order anything for anyone. I already asked a girl in the meat department about that. They just take what comes in.

I went ahead and ordered the gravy mix online. At .65 ea. for 20 boxes, plus $6.00 for shipping, the total came in under a dollar a box for probably a year's supply. With gas at $2.35 a gallon, it's cheaper than driving to another town to get it.

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Old 08-09-2005, 06:58 PM   #13
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some of the knorr sauces and mixes are edible. but I usually either use pan drippings no matter how meager and sour cream (a good quickie) or an appropriate jar or bottle of salsa or pub sauce or tomato sauce.

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