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Where to find Scotch Bonnet peppers in Sac?

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Bcakes Jan 31, 2007 08:07 AM

has anybody seen them around? Or, do you know of a market with a lot of specialty items?

Thanks.

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    goodfeeder Jan 31, 2007 09:13 AM

    I saw some yesterday at Safeway.

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      Bcakes Jan 31, 2007 10:20 AM

      Really? I just called one and they said they don't carry them and doubt any other safeways do. Are you sure you didn't see habaneros?

    2. lrostron Jan 31, 2007 10:31 AM

      Try a Bel Air market.

      1. lrostron Jan 31, 2007 10:32 AM

        or make the trek to Corti's, but call first!

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          Roberto Feb 1, 2007 04:32 PM

          I saw them at Corti's about an hour ago.

          Roberto

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            missb Feb 1, 2007 07:33 PM

            If you're making jerk, feel free to invite me over. I'll bring the Red Stripe.

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              Bcakes Feb 2, 2007 11:25 AM

              I was making jerk pork, but I ditched the idea and decided to go with Cuban Sandwiches. After all, the super bowl is in Miami! Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I'm new to the area and after hearing so much about Corti's I can't wait to check it out.

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              LBeff Feb 3, 2007 06:23 PM

              I know you're not looking for a habanero now, but how about checking the Nugget markets in the future? I've only been to one in that area, but they seem to have a lot of specialty items.

              http://www.nuggetmarket.com/

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                melly Feb 28, 2007 08:59 AM

                The Nuggett. My husband has gotten them there.

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                  hoosfoos Mar 1, 2007 03:20 PM

                  Scotch bonnet chile Notes: This chile is almost indistinguishable from the habanero, except that it's a bit smaller. It's popular in the Caribbean. Substitutes: habañero chile OR Serrano chilies (use twice as many) OR jalapeno peppers (use twice as many)

                   
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