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Roasted garlic bread (frozen)

exotik1 Jan 29, 2012 08:59 AM

Hi, I used to love presidents choice bake-your-own roasted garlic bread in toronto but it was recalled in Ontario, where can I find it in east newton,Surrey(72 &king george)? Or if you know of better frozen breads/pastries,please let me know. The p.c bread has impoted french flour,white wine and you can see roasted garlic bits in the bread,it made me be a foodie,its that good. Thanks for helping me find it!

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    bill_n_opus RE: exotik1 Jan 29, 2012 06:13 PM

    Costco has a fairly nice bake-your-own garlic "bread", more like a "loaf" that's filled with chunks of roasted garlic.

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      exotik1 RE: exotik1 Mar 11, 2013 10:44 PM

      Has anyone found the P.C Baked by You Roasted garlic bread anywhere in or around Vancouver or Surrey please? It looks like this and its the best thing i ever ate in my life.

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        Georgia Strait RE: exotik1 Mar 12, 2013 09:24 AM

        find one of the stores that carries PC products out here - incl Superstore, Super Valu, etc

        the super valu i go to has great customer service - and they will bring in some of the PC product upon request.

        so find a super valu and go and ask the manager - take the SKU or print out of the product you are looking for

        again - just google "super valu" (no e on valu) - it's hard to find now - i think there's one on commercial and then out in the valley too. The Edgemont Village one is changing to a Thrifty (or has changed) from what i understand

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