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Where in the store is the el gallo salsa? Produce or deli area? I cant find it at my local store.

Also love the sensors in the parking garage above the spots that have the red or green lights to let you know what spots are open.

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14 minutes ago, DCA_HORN said:

Where in the store is the el gallo salsa? Produce or deli area? I cant find it at my local store.

Also love the sensors in the parking garage above the spots that have the red or green lights to let you know what spots are open.

Salsa section. Not refrigerated. 

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I was at HEB a while ago and they're having this thing where all HEB branded stuff is 10% off. I don't know if it's some kind of anniversary or Texas national holiday of some kind or what.

The jalapeno and cheese summer sausage is sublime. Grabbed a couple of cans of their charro beans to stash away. The Heritage pepper jack sausage ring is a constant in my basket and fridge. HEB stuff rules, almost without exception. It should be a dang holiday.

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44 minutes ago, Mack Tripper said:

There's a new one that has chorizo that's the bees knees. 

I actually prefer the OG, but the chorizo one is very good. 

I also like their bagged Mexican rice they sell, usually next to the bags of beans. 

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2 hours ago, Post Oak said:

Awful

Yeah. They had the texture of crushed glass.

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17 hours ago, hornian said:

I actually prefer the OG, but the chorizo one is very good. 

I also like their bagged Mexican rice they sell, usually next to the bags of beans. 

was disappointed in the rice. possibly because i expected it to be as good as the beans. wasn't bad. but wasn't "fucking awesome" like the beans in a bag are.

On 9/5/2019 at 8:02 PM, DougO said:

I was at HEB a while ago and they're having this thing where all HEB branded stuff is 10% off. I don't know if it's some kind of anniversary or Texas national holiday of some kind or what.

The jalapeno and cheese summer sausage is sublime. Grabbed a couple of cans of their charro beans to stash away. The Heritage pepper jack sausage ring is a constant in my basket and fridge. HEB stuff rules, almost without exception. It should be a dang holiday.

i got that too. had no idea. for most non-produce/protein products, i typically buy HEB branded shit anyway. ended up "saving" $25 that day, which was the most I've ever "saved" when checking out. 

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8 hours ago, DoobieWah said:

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Excellent for nachos.

Yep the best. 

Tried these they were rubbish

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Now these on the other hand

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H-E-B will now serve Killen's Barbecue brisket.

The barbecue restaurant announced the news on Instagram that the supermarket will sell its seasoned pit-smoked pecan and oak brisket.

The best part is the brisket is fully cooked, so you can cut out the wait time. The brisket retails at $12.99 per pound.

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Wanna get fat and then go get an angioplasty?  Step right up to  HEB's bakery. The sour cream crullers are verruh good.

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18 hours ago, TonyTexas said:

H-E-B will now serve Killen's Barbecue brisket.

The barbecue restaurant announced the news on Instagram that the supermarket will sell its seasoned pit-smoked pecan and oak brisket.

The best part is the brisket is fully cooked, so you can cut out the wait time. The brisket retails at $12.99 per pound.
 

not at my HEB yet sadly

is this state wide or only in Houston area?

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not at my HEB yet sadly
is this state wide or only in Houston area?

Houston stores only. $12.99 seems like a pretty fair price. The same price as the H-E-B house roasted brisket that you can find in the deli.

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On 10/1/2019 at 4:18 PM, deadshank said:

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Wanna get fat and then go get an angioplasty?  Step right up to  HEB's bakery. The sour cream crullers are verruh good.

Glad I scanned the last page before I posted. Holy torpedoes, batman. Best damn old fashioneds I've ever tried and you know I'm a reliable source since I'm already fat. 

Heat it up for 10 seconds and it falls apart in your hand and gives your mouth an orgasm. A mouthgasm, if you will.

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7 hours ago, BigHorn'13 said:

Glad I scanned the last page before I posted. Holy torpedoes, batman. Best damn old fashioneds I've ever tried and you know I'm a reliable source since I'm already fat. 

Heat it up for 10 seconds and it falls apart in your hand and gives your mouth an orgasm. A mouthgasm, if you will.

I gave your mom a mouthgasm last night.

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On 11/8/2019 at 7:23 PM, CooterBrown said:

HEB carne guisada and refrieds. They’re aight. Meat was low grade but tasted good. My homemade guisada is better.

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My homemade is ok, but could be better. I’ve got some axis round thawing, could you share your recipe? Could be a good recipe for shit you kill and eat thread.

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My homemade is ok, but could be better. I’ve got some axis round thawing, could you share your recipe? Could be a good recipe for shit you kill and eat thread.


Use this:
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Coat 2 lbs stew meat in flour, salt, pepper. Brown in oil. Add a diced large onion and sauté. Add seasoning and 3 cups beef stock. Cover and simmer for probably 1-1.5 hours. Add 4 diced tomatoes and a diced green pepper. Cover and simmer for another 30 minutes. Uncover and salt to taste. Let it simmer uncovered and reduce. To make it thicker add a cornstarch slurry.

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i would brown and simmer before adding flour / salt / pepper / seasonings 

but I might try it your way the next time. my last batch of carne g was damn good. whole foods beef ftw 

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13 hours ago, BigHorn'13 said:

Glad I scanned the last page before I posted. Holy torpedoes, batman. Best damn old fashioneds I've ever tried and you know I'm a reliable source since I'm already fat. 

Heat it up for 10 seconds and it falls apart in your hand and gives your mouth an orgasm. A mouthgasm, if you will.

Those are outstanding, I agree. 

But I suggest that you get you one of their glazed croissants and you’ll never look at the crullers again.

Their glazed croissants, when fresh, are perfection  

 

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18 hours ago, CooterBrown said:

 


Use this:
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Coat 2 lbs stew meat in flour, salt, pepper. Brown in oil. Add a diced large onion and sauté. Add seasoning and 3 cups beef stock. Cover and simmer for probably 1-1.5 hours. Add 4 diced tomatoes and a diced green pepper. Cover and simmer for another 30 minutes. Uncover and salt to taste. Let it simmer uncovered and reduce. To make it thicker add a cornstarch slurry.

 

Closing in on completion, incredible. Thanks for the notes. Y’all on the sidelines need to get in on this

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Those are outstanding, I agree. 
But I suggest that you get you one of their glazed croissants and you’ll never look at the crullers again.
Their glazed croissants, when fresh, are perfection  
 


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The truth....this man knows it.

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Think NL mentioned their canned chili awhile back. Had it for Frito pie tonight, ain’t mad at it. 

 

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Sidenote... regular Fritos or Scoops for your pie? I vote Scoops. 

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