Whas has happened to Pace Extra Mild Salsa?

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demoncore1031

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Check dollar stores. A lot of grocery stores stopped carrying Ortega Taco Sauce, but the Family Dollar by my house has it still, so... booyah! People here in New Mexico make fun of me for buying it, but it's delicious so they can eat a turd.
 

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It really makes a taco pop.
Hell yeah. I guess it's a white people thing. People around here tend to get offended by my homemade tacos because "those aren't real tacos!" haha. But then they try them and say they are good. Gringo tacos is what I call them.

And speaking of things that are not available... someone mail me some Cookie's BBQ sauce and Pizza Ranch med-bread!
 
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cycloner29

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Just buy tomatoes and let her gnaw on them. Throw her a couple pieces of onion every now and boom! Extra mild salsa!!
 

cyclonpediaJoe

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My wife loves that stuff. Over the past couple of years, it has disappeared everywhere. Even the few places that used to carry it a year or so ago no longer do. Anyone know what the story is which this? It couldn't have been that unpopular, I am sure there are a few people like my wife with sensitive stomachs who still like salsa.
Also, bring back Doritos 3ds. Just in case you get in touch with the right people.
 
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I do all the cooking in my household and now my wife barely notices when I add hobinaro to dishes.

On a side note, last time I grabbed some hobinaros from the produce department some lady screamed at me that I was basically about to erupt into flames because I grabbed them with my hands. People, the hot part is on the inside.
 

Cyclones_R_GR8

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Pace Extra Mild would have been too spicy for my mother. I never had any sort of spicy food until I left home because she didn't like anything like that.
 

ISUTex

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It disappeared because it sucked.

I take that back, it was pretty rockin in 1988 when it was the only salsa available. There are only about 10,000 options available now that put Pace to shame.
yeah, but most of those new salsas are maDe in New York City!
 
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I do all the cooking in my household and now my wife barely notices when I add hobinaro to dishes.

On a side note, last time I grabbed some hobinaros from the produce department some lady screamed at me that I was basically about to erupt into flames because I grabbed them with my hands. People, the hot part is on the inside.
You should try habanero peppers....
 

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My wife loves that stuff. Over the past couple of years, it has disappeared everywhere. Even the few places that used to carry it a year or so ago no longer do. Anyone know what the story is which this? It couldn't have been that unpopular, I am sure there are a few people like my wife with sensitive stomachs who still like salsa.
Try the baby food aisle. Or the place they have the nursing supplies. Wherever estrogen levels are highest... :)