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Bulk Peppadews in Cols.?

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    cyclist II
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    Do any of you wonderful foodies or restaurateurs know where I can buy Peppadews other than the Giant Eagle Antipasti bar at $7.99/lb

    Peppadews are sweet little piquant peppers. They are very tasty. I would like an alternative source other than GE.

    #333451

    hungrywoolf
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    #333452

    hungrywoolf
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    I think they also have them on amazon but maybe through the same source.

    #333453

    ja
    Member

    They sell them at Nature’s Bin in Lakewood, a westside urban suburb in Cleveland. You can also order them through their website.

    #333454

    lisathewaitress
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    is whole foods also out?

    #333455

    cyclist II
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    lisathewaitress wrote >>
    is whole foods also out?

    I don’t know. I was recently at the Lane Ave location, but did not see them. Maybe they are not as niche as I think.

    #333456

    lisathewaitress
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    you might want to see if the cheese guy in the North Market will get them in for you. We get them in giant bags in the restaurant where I work – like 10 pounds at a time. I’m guessing he would have more of an ability to buy them in large quantities and portion them out.

    I love those things, too!

    #333457

    cyclist II
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    hungrywoolf wrote
    http://peppadew.gourmetfoodmall.com/
    /

    These cost more than at Giant Eagle. They are $8 a pound there.

    #333458

    hungrywoolf
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    cyclist II wrote >>

    lisathewaitress wrote >>
    is whole foods also out?

    I don’t know. I was recently at the Lane Ave location, but did not see them. Maybe they are not as niche as I think.

    I think they went more mainstream when Panera started using them in one of their veggie sandwiches:

    MEDITERRANEAN VEGGIE
    Zesty Peppadewâ„¢ piquant peppers, feta, cucumbers, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and cilantro hummus on our Tomato Basil bread.

    #333459

    hungrywoolf
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    cyclist II wrote >>

    hungrywoolf wrote
    http://peppadew.gourmetfoodmall.com/
    /

    These cost more than at Giant Eagle. They are $8 a pound there.

    I don’t think you can see the wholesale price on the website without registering. Might be worth trying costco or restaurant depot.

    #333460

    cyclist II
    Participant

    hungrywoolf wrote >>

    cyclist II wrote >>

    lisathewaitress wrote >>
    is whole foods also out?

    I don’t know. I was recently at the Lane Ave location, but did not see them. Maybe they are not as niche as I think.

    I think they went more mainstream when Panera started using them in one of their veggie sandwiches:
    MEDITERRANEAN VEGGIE
    Zesty Peppadewâ„¢ piquant peppers, feta, cucumbers, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and cilantro hummus on our Tomato Basil bread.

    Yeah, I only started eating them two years ago. Its like a new invention like hummus or Vitamin Water.

    Thanks. I will continue my search!

    #333461

    fonzette
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    I think Weiland’s has them sometimes.

    #333462

    pez
    Participant

    I’ll check next time I’m at The Andersons and post back. Looks like Peppadew is a brand name, are there other brands, or are these ones prepared in a special way? I never knew what they were, but used to love the Mediterranean Veggie at Panera and wondered what they were.

    #333463

    lisathewaitress
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    are you buying in bulk for your bagel shop? I think you can buy them from Euro; maybe also restaurant depot has them, not positive.

    #333464

    laChewla
    Participant

    Yes. And Restaurant Depot is a negative. What is “Euro” other than a form of currency?

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