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AnneInMpls | May 13, 201109:02 PM     17

Well, not an emergency, but an urgent request...

I've decided to serve Spanish wines at a weekend wine tasting, so I am scrambling for Spanish ingredients. Has anyone seen any canned or jarred piquillo peppers in town? I would love to approximate Solera's peppers stuffed with goat cheese.

So far, I've checked at Surdyk's - didn't see any, though I was moving quickly. (They did have Spanish chorizo, yay, and some awesome raw-milk Manchego.)

I reread the "Spanish groceries" thread, and will probably call Sur La Table and Whole Foods tomorrow morning. But I would love a more concrete lead for some luscious pequillo peppers!
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/780272

Thanks,
Anne

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Solera
900 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

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