I think the HEB near my house in New Braunfels sales 1# barbacoa, 10 pack tortillas, avocado, and 2 liter big red.
These are awesome! The regular has a little spice but the spicy definitely kicks it up a notch. Highly recommended.
Anyone else miss the fully cooked spicy meatballs? Haven't found those in Austin in years.
I just picked up some of that pretzel bread. Dang that stuff is good. Now just need to make some cheese dip.
$#@! the lack of HEB around my neck of the woods. That is all
Had some more of the fresh poblano cheese chicken sausage last night. Damn that $#@! is good.
Dos Mamacitas Chorizo. Not an HEB product but I've only seen it there. It's with the ground beef next to the other packaged grassfed meats. Holy $#@! this stuff is high quality and tasty. When looking for a picture, I was surprised to see it is from Wisconsin. Just made 2 big ass tacos with a half pound of chorizo, onion, poblano, 3 eggs, homemade corn tortillas, and Julio's Serrano salsa. Slammed. Went hard. Still hard.
Have y'all had their tortilla chips made at the bakery? Absolutely amazing. Same for their home made "BUTTER" Tortillas.
The Central Market Veggie chips are one the greatest marketing products I've come across. They're nothing more than just regular potato chips with some veggie flavoring and some coloring on a few of the chips.
I tried them based off of this thread and they are definitely good with humus, but my son and I got a good laugh out of reading the back of the bag and the ingredients list.
My breakfast go-to is those microwavable jalapeno-sausage kolaches they make (yes I know they aren't really kolaches)
This stuff should come in a gallon jug. It is great on salad but also a good marinade. Soaked some dove breasts in it a few weeks ago and then wrapped dove filet, jalepeno slice, onion slice, in bacon and grilled. Dang good.
And no, that is not my house--so don't give me no $#@! about that wallpaper.
I've never told anybody this before, but if I'm over at someone's house and I notice that they shop at anywhere other than HEB, I will judge the $#@! out of them.
Couldn't find a pic but the Central Market Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough in the refrigerated section is great. Very close to my favorite homemade recipe and perfect for baking off just one or two at a time in the toaster oven.
How has nobody said the rotisserie chicken yet? Do any locations still sell the jalapeno/honey one? That $#@! was amazing but these days I only see mesquite, Italian, and lemon pepper.
Heb rotisserie chicken is weak sauce when compared to costco or SAMs
I made a kickass chicken salad out of an HEB roto chicken the other day.
The rotisserie turkey breast is a staple at my house.
Next year during Hatch Pepper season, try their Hatch pepper tortillas, they are great!!!!
Too lazy to look back through, but this needs to get some love;
I squeeze a little lime on them. Grill (and they cook quickly, cuz they're thin). When they're almost done, I toss some diced cilantro and some melty white cheese (queso quesadilla, or mozarella, something like that) on top to melt and even crisp on the edges. Easy tasty entree from counter to plate in about 10 minutes.
Their achiote chicken quarters are solid, too. Will be grilling some of those for dinner tonight. 45 mins or so, and they're fantastic.
Been cutting back on carbs lately, but...beans.
I went to HEB and bought almost everything on the thread. I feel like Homer on new billboard day.
The Costco rotisserie birds are pretty good but the best one IMO is the flaming bird from HEB. It's a whole split chicken and comes with grilled onions and jalapenos. $#@! is good. They used to have them at the Palm Valley HEB+ in round rock but haven't see it the last few times I've gone. Might have to hit up the mexican HEB on N. Lamar.
Yea asked employee today and they discontinued the honey jalapeno rotisserie awhile ago. Don't know why. That thing was far and above the best one.
the HEB in my area has two salmon filets for $9, they come in a pan you can put in the oven and throw away when you're done. plain 3 types of marinades. i roast both, eat one hot for dinner the first night and the other one cold with some horseradish or mustard dill sauce the next night. cook up a batch of yellow rice and some veggies and i've got super easy dinners for about $5 each. do that weekly
Pic is working for me, and yes, it's the ones you're thinking of. I like the lemon pepper version as well.
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