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|Michael in Naples||
LOL! Aisle 6! I just got back from Publix and checked out the lard in the green box.
Joined: Dec 18, 2005
Posted to Thread #15784 at 7:38 pm on Aug 7, 2009
I don't remember if it was aisle 6 but it was with the oils, across from the dried herbs and spices. One side of the box is in English and the other in Spanish. It did say "Lard and Hydrogenated Lard". It did not say "Leaf" anywhere on the English side.
I remember when Marie Callendar had frozen pie crusts where lard was one of the ingredients. They were very good. That was quite a few years ago.
Other messages in this thread:
- 15784. Adding my 2-cents 2 the article MarilynFL posted at Thread 15459, specifically lard crusts. - wigs - 5:11pm on 08/07/09 (8)
- I think proper leaf lard (rendered from the fat around the kidneys in the abdominal cavity) is - Melissa Dallas - 5:44pm on 08/07/09
- I bought mine at the grocery store: Aisle 6: green box. Haven't a clue if it's leaf. Doesn't smell - MarilynFL - 7:30pm on 08/07/09
- wigs, I think CathyZ uses all lard, also from a family recipe. [NT] - MarilynFL - 7:32pm on 08/07/09
- LOL! Aisle 6! I just got back from Publix and checked out the lard in the green box. - Michael in Sarasota - 7:38pm on 08/07/09
- I stopped buying the stuff from the regular grocery - Music City Missy - 1:51am on 08/08/09
- geez, I can't even get suet at the "real butchers" here. Even their meat comes in cleaned. [NT] - MarilynFL - 4:40pm on 08/08/09
- Go to ethnic markets - or find local producers [NT] - Music City Missy - 6:37pm on 08/08/09
- I trim out my own Tri-Tips, chop the fat and render it for suet. No fuss, no muss, no waste! [NT] - Steve2 in LA - 10:01pm on 08/08/09