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Old 02-23-2016, 10:02 AM   #51
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Went to TJs yesterday and picked up a few old favorites as well as a jar of Thai Green Curry Simmer Sauce. I'm looking forward to trying it. Has anyone tried it?
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Old 02-23-2016, 12:27 PM   #52
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Went to TJs yesterday and picked up a few old favorites as well as a jar of Thai Green Curry Simmer Sauce. I'm looking forward to trying it. Has anyone tried it?
I really like it Andy. It's wonderful for making a quick and tasty dinner. Up until I tried it, I thought I hated anything with the word curry in it. It's delicious.
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Old 02-23-2016, 12:41 PM   #53
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I really like it Andy. It's wonderful for making a quick and tasty dinner. Up until I tried it, I thought I hated anything with the word curry in it. It's delicious.
Thanks Kayelle. I also noticed a couple of others, including a red curry. Have you tried that one?
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Went to TJs yesterday and picked up a few old favorites as well as a jar of Thai Green Curry Simmer Sauce. I'm looking forward to trying it. Has anyone tried it?

I got some a few years ago, and liked it. I can't stand Indian curry, but the Thai curry is totally different, and very good. Enjoy!
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I think the red curry sauce is Indian Andy. Like Dawg, I can't stand Indian curry either, so I'll pass on that one.
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After sampling their free coffee this morning (I do this twice weekly on my way to work) I picked up my usual snack and frozen food items which I stash at my workplace fridge. I also picked up their Hot Italian Chicken Sausages which I've never tried before. I picked them up for frying at camp this weekend. I'm not sure yet how or what I'll serve them with. ....gotta keep it real simple.
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After sampling their free coffee this morning (I do this twice weekly on my way to work) I picked up my usual snack and frozen food items which I stash at my workplace fridge. I also picked up their Hot Italian Chicken Sausages which I've never tried before. I picked them up for frying at camp this weekend. I'm not sure yet how or what I'll serve them with. ....gotta keep it real simple.
You could take pre-sliced onions and peppers and pre-cooked pasta and mix them in with the sausage. Also bring some Italian seasoning and shredded cheese, if you like.
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You could take pre-sliced onions and peppers and pre-cooked pasta and mix them in with the sausage. Also bring some Italian seasoning and shredded cheese, if you like.
I like this simple idea. I don't mind hauling pre-cooked pasta....it's either that or lots of water. Thanks!
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I think the red curry sauce is Indian Andy. Like Dawg, I can't stand Indian curry either, so I'll pass on that one.
Actually it's a Thai curry. http://www.amazon.com/Trader-Joes-Cu.../dp/B0081TN310
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Oh ok.....I'll give that one a try Andy. I know they have Indian simmer sauces too.
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