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Real scotch bonnet peppers?

hungryann Nov 9, 2010 12:29 PM

Where can I find them? The real deal, not habaneros (similar) which I have found without any problem. I won't be going to JTM and before I go to the Caribbean stores on Victoria, I was wondering if anyone has spotted them in a super market/fruiterie in Laval or VSL/West Island.

TIA

  1. MikeyMadness Nov 9, 2010 06:59 PM

    I might be getting my stores mixed up, but I thought I saw them at the Adonis in St. Laurent; I would assume that means they would be in Pierrefonds too. Next time I'm at either I'll try and confirm for you.

    FYI, there are many Indian markets/stores in Pierrefonds with all kinds of peppers - north on Sources. Maybe Akhavan on Pierrefonds Blvd too.

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      CaribeanGodess Feb 26, 2011 09:27 PM

      Sami Fruits!

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        finefoodie55 Feb 27, 2011 10:54 AM

        If all fails on the Lakeshore you can be sure to buy them at Shavit's on Victoria.

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          whiskeytits Feb 27, 2011 11:15 AM

          I've seen them at PA Supermarche on Fort quite frequently. In fact, I was always a little upset that they only stocked scotch bonnets and not habaneros.

          There's also two other PA locations, so one might be closer to you.

          1. hypomyces Feb 27, 2011 12:37 PM

            There is a grocery store beside the SAQ on Avenue du Parc near the intersection Bernard.

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