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Golden Syrup in MSP?

I'm attempting to make ANZAC biscuits in celebration of Australia Day on the 26th. Does anyone know if there's anywhere in the Twin Cities that sells golden syrup? A Google search revealed that it's on a cheese plate at Porter and Frye, but I couldn't find out where it might be sold by itself.

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  1. Lyle's Golden Syrup at Irish on Grand? http://www.irishongrand.com/products/16

    I would love love love it if you would post your recipe on the Home Cooking Board and let us know how they turn out!

    ~TDQ

    1. I think I've seen golden syrup at Cost Plus World Market, but (A) they might not always have it, and (B) they're closing all the MN stores. So definitely call before you go.

      Anne

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      1. re: AnneInMpls

        Noooooo! They're closing all the MN stores!? I just discovered this place!

      2. Thank you! I was at Cost Plus and didn't see it but I might have missed it (they were out of marmite:)). I will definitely be heading to Irish on Grand this weekend.

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        1. re: katebauer

          Definitely didn't see golden syrup at Bloomington's Cost Plus World Market. The food was pretty picked over, even at a measly 10% off (as of yesterday).

          Byerly's in Edina/Richfield has Marmite in the British/Scandinavian aisle (aka shelf). I didn't see any golden syrup, but I didn't ask,so it could have been elsewhere.

          Anne

        2. Byerly's has it.

          the Wedge does too.

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          1. re: getgot211

            Really? I had no idea. The person I'm making the cookies for said it was extremely hard to find.

          2. Northern Brewer has it.
            http://www.northernbrewer.com/sugars....
            Towards the middle of the page.

            1150 Grand Avenue
            St. Paul, MN 55105

            1. I love that stuff, I have no idea where to get it, but Fugaise uses it on their cheese plates...mmmmmmm

              1. I see it at the Uptown Lunds often.