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Degas
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Riverwalk Cantina Salsa

I saw this at a grocer today and decided to give it a shot. It was dirt cheap...will it ruin my chips or is it edible?

Image: http://media.shopwell.com/product/5197417125_full.jpg



Rohan2Reed
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re: Riverwalk Cantina Salsa
it has a very very thick consistency and an almost bbq sauce kind of flavor. not a fan.


Degas
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This sheet's nasty. It's like ketchup with stuff suspended in it...almost more like plain ketchup. Even with the under ripe avacado, cilantro and lime, it still sucks.


Degas
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re: Riverwalk Cantina Salsa
Update:

Be it warned, under no circumstance should anyone on the F&D board ever purchase or consume this product.

I've just ruined chips, some cilantro leaves, avocado and a half a lime with this stuff.


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Nuts
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re: Riverwalk Cantina Salsa
If it's anything like the quality of food you get at restaurants on the actual river walk in San Antone, it's bound to be shite.


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BayouBengal
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re: Riverwalk Cantina Salsa
I tried some Tommy's Salsa this weekend. The owner was in the store giving out samples. I liked the pineapple salsa the best. They are based out of Austin.

Image: http://static.caloriecount.about.com/images/medium/tommys-salsa-pineapple-arbol-160736.jpg


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Degas
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re: Riverwalk Cantina Salsa
I'd opt for the corn and black bean.


Tiger Authority
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re: Riverwalk Cantina Salsa
Tell Tommy the branding/labels needs some serious work.


Nuts
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BayouBengal
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re: Riverwalk Cantina Salsa
The verde salsa was pretty solid as well and I would suspect would be pretty good served over enchiladas.

Native Texan is still my favorite salse. Their peach solid is awesome.

If you want some salsa that will torch your o-ring, stop by Buc-ee's and get their habanero salsa. Burns on both ends.


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joey barton
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re: Riverwalk Cantina Salsa
I do not like that particular salsa.

Like their salsa verde and chow chow, though.


Degas
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re: Riverwalk Cantina Salsa
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Tell Tommy the branding/labels needs some serious work.

Not a fan of Tommy holding his big fat cob?

Image: http://stores.tommysfoods.com/catalog/FireRoastedCorn&BlackBeanSMALL.jpg


Nuts
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re: Riverwalk Cantina Salsa
My favorite is the chipotle-raspberry. Never had the mango-habanero, was just the first pic I found.


BayouBengal
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re: Riverwalk Cantina Salsa
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Not a fan of Tommy holding his big fat cob?



I feel cheated. In the store Tommy did not have his sombrero nor did he have any gigantic produce.


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joey barton
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Oh, word. Mango-habanero is mediocre, at best, if you ever get the urge.


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