Skip to comments.Boycott vs BUY-cott: Donald Trump Jr boasts about his 'awesome' dinner with Goya ingredients as GoFundMe in support of the brand raises $300K amid boycott after CEO said the country was 'blessed' to have Trump as its leader
Posted on 07/17/2020 10:35:55 AM PDT by knighthawk
Donald Trump Jr has boasted on Instagram about his dinner cooked with Goya ingredients, as the row about a boycott of the company rumbles on and his sister Ivanka is accused of violating White House ethics for promoting the products.
On Thursday he said that he had enjoyed a meal made with the produce, which has been subject for the past week to a boycott ever since the company CEO said the country was 'blessed' to have Donald Trump as its leader.
'Just had a great dinner Kimberly prepared,' he said, referring to his girlfriend, former Fox News presenter Kimberly Guilfoyle.
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Went to the store yesterday and bought some Goya products.
If boycott = Sales Up Bigly, then congratulations, lefties, on your "boycott".
Was at a Walmart south Salt Lake City. Only Goya was Sazo seasonings and Pigeon peas. I bought one of each.,
Hey UK Daily Mail. How about doing a story about me having my GOYA black bean soup for the first time ever?????
sorry i dont like hispanic food....
but i will eat chik-f-la
Eat it all the time... I love Cajun red beans & rice, and fix Cuban pork roast with black beans, onions & yellow rice, and of course chili with pinto beans, and 13 bean soup or navy beans with country ham and thyme, or ham hocks, bay leaves & kale.
They have things like mango nectar and coconut.
Seasonings are a good deal, saving a few bucks a bottle over other brands, and the selection is good from star anise for Asian cooking to garlic and such for BBQ. The Goya guava paste makes a tasty Florida barbeque sauce.
What are the chances I can talk you out of your Cuban paaork roast recipe?
Also, if you cook a lot, don’t buy bottled seasonings. Grow/dehydrating your own is best, but if not, buy them in bulk. 10x cheaper than the bottles. I go to Central Market (DFW area, owned by HEB), and their bulk spice selection is huge. Stuff is $10 a pound, that costs $5 for a 2-3oz bottle. Plus, you can grab the self-fill coffee bags and stock up in bulk!
If you’re not in the Texas area, check around near you, there’s gotta be a store that has bulk spices. Check your fancy food stores, if you’re only getting bulk spices there, it’s much cheaper and higher quality!
My wife and I were watching the news yesterday about the boycott, she was so pissed that she immediately grabbed her laptop and ordered about 200 dollars worth of Goya’s products.
Glad I added extra shelves to the pantry. :)
My wife bought two cases of their black beans yesterday, along with a bunch more of their canned goods (about 200 or more dollars worth), needless to say my “EVERLOVIN” was really pissed when she heard about the boycott on the news.
You will probably like their cookies.
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