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cckid Aug 9, 2007 12:19 PM

Where can I find smoked paprika in Calgary? hopefully some place in the sw quartant of the city. I have several recipes asking for it, so far I checked the Polish deli and they never heard of it!!

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    feuerzeug Aug 10, 2007 03:56 PM

    I thought I saw some at Lina's.

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      sackman Aug 10, 2007 01:31 PM

      and the Cookbook Co. also has a stall at the Calgary Farmer's Market, and they carry it there too, sometimes they are out at the 10th Ave location. I'm Hungarian so I have to send boxes of it home.

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        Dr. J Aug 9, 2007 05:07 PM

        Cookbook Co. on 10 ave SW carries smoked paprika.

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          cckid Aug 11, 2007 11:28 AM

          Thanks! To the market I will go!!!!!!!!!!!!

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          sojo16 Aug 9, 2007 02:52 PM

          Penzeys.com...it's where I get my smoked paprika. They're wonderful.

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            patb Aug 9, 2007 01:22 PM

            I can give you the name and tel.no. of a wonderful little shop in Montreal's Atwater Market(I don't know if they have e-mail, but they do speak English). They do have Spanish Paprika(I've bought it there). It is: Douceurs du Marche, Tel 514 939 3902.
            Give them a try, they will likely ship to you via Canada Post, let us know!
            PatB

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              cmanten Aug 9, 2007 01:45 PM

              Try Sunterra - they actually show it online for shopping, so I'm assuming they'd have some at their store in the SW as well.

            2. ChefBoyAreMe Aug 9, 2007 12:22 PM

              Not sure if you have any spanish sources in Calgary, but smoked paprika is often called pimenton, so if you know of a spanish market, check there.

              Here's one online American source I found...don't know if you might have better luck finding a similar source in Canada:

              http://tienda.com/food/smoked_paprika...

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