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Old 06-03-2015, 10:37 AM   #51
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What's the difference between Mexican Chorizo and Louisiana Andouille sausage?
What is the difference between chorizo and andouille sausage
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Old 06-03-2015, 11:30 AM   #52
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What's the difference between Mexican Chorizo and Louisiana Andouille sausage?
different spices
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Old 06-03-2015, 03:21 PM   #53
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Our Walmart has Johnsonville chorizo.
Our Walmart generally has empty spaces where half the stuff on my list is supposed to located.
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Old 06-03-2015, 03:28 PM   #54
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That sux, RP
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Not too surprised. I know when I lived in Montana, there was very little in the way of any kind of ethnic foods available. Even Taco Bell didn't exist yet (not even a McDonald's in Great Falls until after I left in 1973). We had one little restaurant called The Treat that had great tacos - the only Mexican food in town. But finding any kind of sausage other than breakfast sausage or hot dogs in the grocery store was unlikely.

Such foods are mostly hit and miss around here too. Since our only real supermarket is Walmart, we are captive to to the mostly workaday products they carry. I usually try to stock up on my occasional trips down to Denver.
I am just up the road from you now, Rick. We are now in Torrington, Wy, north of Cheyenne. Larger Hispanic community than in Montana, so I am hopeful to find a better selection.
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I am just up the road from you now, Rick. We are now in Torrington, Wy, north of Cheyenne. Larger Hispanic community than in Montana, so I am hopeful to find a better selection.
My, you do get around don't you? My cousin taught school in Torrington back in the 80's.
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ISO ideas for using Mexican chorizo

The important thing is, do you have a Costco within a two hour drive? Withdrawals could be an issue.
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The important thing is, do you have a Costco within a two hour drive? Withdrawals could be an issue.
Yes, there is a Costco in Fort Collins, not an everyday run, but can do it once a month. There is also a World Market and a Pet Smart. Walmart in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.
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