I've been searching for a good store-bought pasta sauce. One that doesn't have enormous chunks and is cheese-free. This is NOT IT.\nI am entirely disappointed with this product. The only reason it got 2 stars was because I ate it and didn't vomit after. And i had to mix in some of our current usual brand, to help disguise the flavor of this.\nMy son, who usually won't eat spaghetti, DID eat this, but only covered in 2 different types of cheese. Even my husband let me know that he finds it terrible.\nI was honestly excited when my husband brought this home. After several failed attempts at something delicious, I thought this would be it. Boy, was I ever wrong. I don't know if it was because of the affiliation with a \"famous\" chef, or because of the name (I love garlic), but I had really high hopes for this. I wish it had been even half as good as I was hoping. And lastly, the cost, for something of this \"quality\" is outrageous. You're better off buying dollar store sauce.
This is really great barbecue sauce that doesn't have a sweet taste because it has no high fructose corn syrup--the main ingredient in most barbecue sauces. I wish that Walmart carried it in the local store.
Emeril's Chunky Marinara is one of my favorite pasta sauces but my local grocery stopped carrying it, so I found it on Walmart.com and ordered it. A few days before scheduled delivery, I got a bunch of emails from Walmart telling me my return was processed and credit was issued. I never received the item and never returned it. I submitted a question about this on Walmart.com asking what's going on, but never heard back from anyone. I tried looking for a customer service telephone number, but none are listed on the website, so I googled and found the Walmart 1800 number and after a series of pushing buttons, stumbled upon a recording that said that wrong prices caused products to be returned and these orders will not be honored. And now they sent me an email asking me to review this product. Seriously??? This was my first time ordering from Walmart and obviously my last.