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I think that most of us know about Penzey's Spices and many of us either buy our spices from them or have some other mail order source.
There is another source in Ft Worth, TX that some of you may not know of, it's Penders http://penderys.com/ . One of the items that their specials are Chili Blends. I think I will give them a try for A good chili powder.
I called and asked what they would recommend for a mild chili and they said I should buy either the Original or the Fort Worth Light.
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I use this place - it's got EVERYTHING and then some

http://www.myspicesage.com/?gclid=CO...FZBafgodjq8ABg
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I use this place - it's got EVERYTHING and then some

http://www.myspicesage.com/?gclid=CO...FZBafgodjq8ABg
They also usually give you a free sample with your order.
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great info. there is a penzey's so nearby, tho, plus bulk spices where i shop.
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