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Trader Joe's chili lime cashews

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psora Jan 5, 2010 02:38 PM

Just saw this as one of the top 100 things in the most recent Saveur and they sounded like something I might like but I don't ever remember seeing them when shopping. Has anyone seen them in the Boston area TJs, especially the Coolidge Corner one?
Thanks

  1. gansu girl Jan 6, 2010 02:20 AM

    I LOVE these things - in fact, I can't have them in the house unless I'm prepared to eat most of the bag by myself in a short time. They're utterly addictive. I didn't know Saveur listed them . . . they deserve some press. I have seen them at most of the Boston-area TJ's, in the nuts area. Enjoy, but beware!

    GG
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    1. digga Jan 5, 2010 04:15 PM

      On a similar note, I am still sad about the disappearance of TJ's Thai chili lime peanuts sometime in 2008-2009 (has anyone seen them recently?). Guess I will give the cashews a try but I found peanuts to be the perfect foil for lime and chili.

      1. SaraASR Jan 5, 2010 03:29 PM

        I've never had them but see them all the time at the CC and Copley locations.

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          psora Jan 5, 2010 04:06 PM

          Big thanks! In the regular dried fruits and nuts section, I assume. It's so congested I just didn't want to drive myself crazy looking if I wasn't going to find them anyway.

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