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Jeff_in_KC 11-10-2005 07:59 AM

Where to buy Tony Chachere's Injections?
I've been looking all over trying to locate Tony C's injections but all I can find is the dry spices you sprinkle on food. I realize most areas have only regional grocery stores but do any of you have trouble locating this stuff? I'm looking for the Creole Butter injection. Thanks.

brdbbq 11-10-2005 08:01 AM

Walmart has here pretty regular.

wsm 11-10-2005 08:15 AM

Price Chopper doesn't have?

I'll be in KC (Leawood) for Thanksgiving - I can get the stuff in the local supermarket in St L - want me to bring you a bottle or two?

qman 11-10-2005 08:15 AM

Pretty common in most stores around here. Publix, Winn-Dixie, Wal-Mart, Target all carry it.

midnight 11-10-2005 08:17 AM

My local Cabelas sporting good store has them. Also check out there web site

Kevin 11-10-2005 08:17 AM

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thillin 11-10-2005 09:11 AM

My local store has it seperate from the dry seasoning. I think it's usually by the dry baking goods like cornbread mixes. Might ask someone at the store where it would be.


Jeff_in_KC 11-10-2005 10:07 AM

Haven't tried Wal Mart or Target Super Centers. I just figured that if the more "uppity" stores didn't carry it, the general ones like Wally World wouldn't either. I'll check it out.

WSM, no, Price Chopper (the two I was at) didn't have the marinade. They only had the dry seasoning mixes. Neither did Hen House or Hy Vee or my local Dillons. I appreciate the offer but by the time you'd get here, I'd already have needed the stuff so I'll keep looking. If worse comes to worst, I'll order from the Web site.

Thanks for all your replies on this.

brdbbq 11-10-2005 10:24 AM

Don't think Tony C's is a Neiman Marcus kind of thing.

Trout_man22 11-10-2005 11:08 AM


Around here they move it next to the fryers and next to the turkeys/10gal oil boxes this time of year. I wounder why?

BBQchef33 11-10-2005 11:44 AM

its no where to be found here on Long Island... I get it from the web.

Jeff_in_KC 11-10-2005 02:28 PM

Well guys, I struck out! The boss is in Wichita today so I took a really long lunch. Checked about six different places and no luck. The meat department guy at one place told me I could get the same results by melting a couple sticks of butter and dissolving a teaspon or so of the Tony C dry stuff in and injecting that. What do you think? I've never had this stuff in the marinade format so I have no clue how spicy it is supposed to be. Any suggestions?

The good news is... as part of that extra long lunch, I snuck home and cooked up a crock pot of my brisket chili, set the table and pulled out the Fritos and hot bean dip. All I need when we get home is a cold beer and some shredded cheese! Mmmm!!!

roknrandy 11-10-2005 02:39 PM


Originally Posted by brdbbq
Walmart has here pretty regular.

What he said, Ours always has a shelf full.

rbinms33 11-10-2005 03:32 PM a last resort, you could order it online but our Bass Pro Shop carries a ton of the Tony C stuff. Do you have one in your area?

Jeff_in_KC 11-10-2005 03:34 PM


Originally Posted by rbinms33 a last resort, you could order it online but our Bass Pro Shop carries a ton of the Tony C stuff. Do you have one in your area?

Not unless I go to Columbia or Springfield. The big Bass Pro in the KC area won't be open for a couple of years I think. Seems they're having fun moving dirt back and forth instead of building anything yet...

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