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Packaged Foods

Best Pigs in Blanket (store bought)

zackly | Nov 21, 201906:24 AM     3

Forgive me if I asked this before but this is an important issue to me this time of year. Pigs in the Blanket are most everyone's favorite guilty pleasure hors d'oeuvre. The brands around here (suburban NYC) are mostly Kosher which limits the ingredients they can use in the pastry, most notably no butter. Trader Joe's sells a butter puff paste version but they suck, IMHO. The new brand that my local Costco sells are not very good. I like Nathan's Famous the best followed by Hebrew National but neither are great. Are there national brands that I'm missing? Thanks and Happy Holidays!

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