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Reader’s Question: II live in Sutton, Surrey, U.K. and I am having problems locating ‘Promasa’ yellow cornmeal. Can you advise me, if you know, of any market/delicatessen in the London area that I can purchase Promasa, for my Trini Christmas pastelles ? I know it is the best because I used it in Florida when I lived there. Also poncha de creama/poncha crema , is it sold already made up in a bottle like eggnog and if you know of any outlet to purchase it in London, U.K.?
I look forward to your reply
TriniGourmet’s Answer: Unfortunately I don’t know the answers however I have many readers in the UK. So UK readers where do you obtain your Promasa and Punch de Creme ? Please post your reply by commenting on this post  (rather than sending an email) so that the answers can be saved for posterity and viewable by all. Thanks!