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    Default Anyone Know where...In Alaska.

    Anyone know where I can find this seasoning in Alaska???..........I already tried the Commisary, New Sagaya market, and Freddies.



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    Hey Chuck, found it online for ya. Have not seen that brand localy.
    http://www.fiestaspices.com/?page=chickenfajita

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    dude im stocked up on the stuff...lol i also have the pinto bean seasoning..lol
    i have about 5 of the pinto seasoning but only 3 fajita

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    Did you check the chicken Fajita store... located it on East 88th...
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    Try Taco Loco on International Airport. They have alot of mexican groceries.

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    Thanks guys I'll check....Chuck

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    Having lived around the Houston area from 2004-2006, I am familiar with Fiesta brands and the Mexican-influenced grocery chain, catering to legals as well as illegals, for their traditional foodstuffs.

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    There's another Mexican market on Tudor, just east of Arctic, on the north side of the road. They might have it.

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    I have bought it on Elmendorf from time to time as well as Freddies but when that fails I put in a call to family back in Texas and have them send me some. Great seasoning for fajitas!

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