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Old 05-10-2003, 11:13 PM
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Twin Peaks Chipotles are ready!!

100% hand-crafted in small batches, authentic, dried and ground chipotles
are ready to be enjoyed in the comforts of your own kitchen. These are not
the ordinary ground chipotles you may find in the spice aisle of your local
market, these are 100% pure, made the old-fashioned way- it takes us a lot
of time to produce these, but once you try them, you will recognize that the
effort is well worth it. Perfect to spice up any dish, from chili to stew
to fish- one taste of the smoky flavor will have you craving more. Try them
in your favorite rub recipe, or even sprinkled on popcorn

$20 for a 2 ounce jar, includes shipping within the US, inquire about
international



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You've played with the rest, now try the best



Twin Peaks Chipotles- The Smoky, Mountain High



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Old 06-10-2003, 01:47 AM
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Twin Peaks Chipotles are ready!!

100% hand-crafted in small batches, authentic, dried and ground
chipotles are ready to be enjoyed in the comforts of your own
kitchen.


Could someone please explain how one "hand-crafts" a chile? I mean
if it is wax or wood, I can understand, but not one that is grown that you
might want to eat.

$20 for a 2 ounce jar, includes shipping within the US, inquire
about international

Exceedingly expensive!

You've played with the rest, now try the best

If they aren't the best, do I get all my money back?

--Douglas
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Old 06-10-2003, 03:26 AM
Jack Schidt«
 
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"twinpeakschipotles" wrote in message
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Twin Peaks Chipotles are ready!!

100% hand-crafted in small batches, authentic, dried and ground chipotles
are ready to be enjoyed in the comforts of your own kitchen. These are

not
the ordinary ground chipotles you may find in the spice aisle of your

local
market, these are 100% pure, made the old-fashioned way- it takes us a lot
of time to produce these, but once you try them, you will recognize that

the
effort is well worth it. Perfect to spice up any dish, from chili to stew
to fish- one taste of the smoky flavor will have you craving more. Try

them
in your favorite rub recipe, or even sprinkled on popcorn

$20 for a 2 ounce jar, includes shipping within the US, inquire about
international



Handcrafted?? $20 for a 2 oz jar?? What, do you smoke each jalape˝o
individually?

Jack


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Default Twin Peaks 2003 Chipotles are ready now!

The Terran carbon-based unit designating itself as "Jack Schidt«"
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"twinpeakschipotles" wrote in
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Twin Peaks Chipotles are ready!!

100% hand-crafted in small batches, authentic, dried and ground
chipotles are ready to be enjoyed in the comforts of your own
kitchen. These are

not
the ordinary ground chipotles you may find in the spice aisle of
your

local
market, these are 100% pure, made the old-fashioned way- it takes us
a lot of time to produce these, but once you try them, you will
recognize that

the
effort is well worth it. Perfect to spice up any dish, from chili
to stew to fish- one taste of the smoky flavor will have you craving
more. Try

them
in your favorite rub recipe, or even sprinkled on popcorn

$20 for a 2 ounce jar, includes shipping within the US, inquire
about international



Handcrafted?? $20 for a 2 oz jar?? What, do you smoke each jalape˝o
individually?

The better question is do they inhale? *grin*

--Douglas


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