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shadow puppet of a
Jan 10, 2007

NO TENGO SCORPIO




Hyrax Attack! posted:

That sounds really good and agreed air fryers are great, what spices did you use?

Generous dusting of:

Paprika
Garlic powder
White pepper
Ginger
Salt
Cornstarch

Edit: shake them at least three if not four times while cooking for max crisp

shadow puppet of a fucked around with this message at 17:05 on Sep 4, 2020

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GORDON
Jan 1, 2006

by Fluffdaddy


KakerMix posted:

My favorite flavor of carbonated water is unflavored.

I'm completely serious.

For most people, when the soda dispenser runs out of syrup, that's a bug. For you, it's a feature.

FCKGW
May 21, 2006



Gatts posted:

I’m gonna look into Costco camping equipment

My local warehouse has cleared them all out already. They show up early spring and are gone by beginning of summer.

Gatts
Jan 2, 2001

Goodnight Moon



Nap Ghost

FCKGW posted:

My local warehouse has cleared them all out already. They show up early spring and are gone by beginning of summer.

Awww. :(

shovelbum
Oct 21, 2010



Fun Shoe

KakerMix posted:

My favorite flavor of carbonated water is unflavored.

I'm completely serious.

Did you ever have the unflavored white claw

FCKGW
May 21, 2006




I will say it wouldn't hurt to check though. The only thing left from their camping stuff is the inflatable sleeping pads but because they're past season now they're all marked down 50% off so even if they don't have much you can still get a deal on something you might want :)

Rescue Toaster
Mar 13, 2003


I managed to get a box of the kirkland disinfecting wipes even though they always show out of stock when searching for them. I had them on my 'list' and the add to card button was lit up so there you go. Shopping at costco online is pretty annoying, but unfortunately I live in Iowa and it's just not safe to shop anywhere really. I miss the meat department. Costco needs curbside pickup or something, even though I know that would be nuts.

fordham
Oct 5, 2002

Your argument is invalid.


Exciting Lemon

FCKGW posted:

I will say it wouldn't hurt to check though. The only thing left from their camping stuff is the inflatable sleeping pads but because they're past season now they're all marked down 50% off so even if they don't have much you can still get a deal on something you might want :)

I got one of the last tents from my church about 6 weeks ago.

astral
Apr 26, 2004



Rescue Toaster posted:

I managed to get a box of the kirkland disinfecting wipes even though they always show out of stock when searching for them. I had them on my 'list' and the add to card button was lit up so there you go. Shopping at costco online is pretty annoying, but unfortunately I live in Iowa and it's just not safe to shop anywhere really. I miss the meat department. Costco needs curbside pickup or something, even though I know that would be nuts.

It's weird but those lists seem to be the best way to find out if you can place an order at Costco and Sam's Club; their websites do not do a good job accurately reflecting in-stock status.

That said, I've had Costco cancel a bunch of orders because an item turns out to be out of stock and they haven't yet figured out the concept of a waiting list.

fischtick
Jul 9, 2001

CORGO, THE DESTROYER



Fun Shoe

Anybody know how long those raspberry crumble cookies are good f— hahahaha oh my god we ate all of them.

RoastBeef
Jul 10, 2008



The chicken bake has returned. PBUC.

Doodles
Apr 14, 2001



fischtick posted:

Anybody know how long those raspberry crumble cookies are good f— hahahaha oh my god we ate all of them.

The only reason I'm not buying them is that I would consume the entire package by myself, sitting on my bedroom carpet wearing nothing but underwear, and crying.

FilthyImp
Sep 30, 2002

Nope




fischtick posted:

Anybody know how long those raspberry crumble cookies are good f— hahahaha oh my god we ate all of them.
I chose the pumpkin strudel muffins instead. But yeah those raspberry cookies are legit. I hope they do a Meyer Lemon one soon.

ROJO
Jan 14, 2006





Oven Wrangler

A productive trip to church today. Didn't get pictures of all the booze, but got a whole primal of ribeye. Got 13 steaks out of it, four for this weekend and the rest in the freezer. No chest freezers in stock at my church :(



shadow puppet of a
Jan 10, 2007

NO TENGO SCORPIO





Time to cream your John Boos, buddy.

david_a
Apr 24, 2010





Megamarm

I sure hope I like this cauliflower rice since I just bought 5 lbs of it

Man going to CostCo hungry is a mistake

My poor puny apartment freezer is full and I have a bunch of naan and English muffins I still need to cram in there.

Dressed For Chess
May 6, 2007


Fun Shoe

What’s the consensus on the best protein shake / meal replacement shake available at the ‘Co? My wife has bariatric surgery on the horizon and we’re looking at meal options for the first little while.

The Walrus
Jul 9, 2002

by Fluffdaddy


why doesnt this thread ever talk about the kirkland pralined pecans

Gaius Marius
Oct 9, 2012



Absolutely not the cookies and cream protein shake. Even at 25$ for a 5lb tub. I almost threw up every morning downing that poo poo. If they're still carrying the optimum nutrition gold standard whey that's a fine choice, bland but you won't really get tired of it like more strongly flavored wheys

Pennywise the Frown
May 10, 2010



Upset Trowel

david_a posted:

Man going to CostCo hungry is a mistake

Yes.

And also...

No.

shadow puppet of a
Jan 10, 2007

NO TENGO SCORPIO




The Walrus posted:

why doesnt this thread ever talk about the kirkland pralined pecans

Because nobody has yet to dip them in bitchin' sauce.

Be the change...

madsushi
Apr 19, 2009

#essereFerrari


The Walrus posted:

why doesnt this thread ever talk about the kirkland pralined pecans

They're extremely good. I always stock up, as they can be seasonal.

Here's one of the best items at Costco, usually in the dried fruits section in front of real fruits: Dried Strawberries (Nutty & Fruity brand).



Taste delicious and fresh, last a very long time. Always the favorite in the office snack stack.

pentyne
Nov 7, 2012

explaining is endorsing


Dressed For Chess posted:

What’s the consensus on the best protein shake / meal replacement shake available at the ‘Co? My wife has bariatric surgery on the horizon and we’re looking at meal options for the first little while.

I thought the consensus was the Premier Protein Vanilla shakes.

Bum the Sad
Aug 25, 2002
Probation
Can't post for 11 hours!


Hell Gem

ROJO posted:

A productive trip to church today. Didn't get pictures of all the booze, but got a whole primal of ribeye. Got 13 steaks out of it, four for this weekend and the rest in the freezer. No chest freezers in stock at my church :(





Gettin’ real beefy

Renegret
May 26, 2007

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Cat Army Sworn Enemy


fischtick posted:

Anybody know how long those raspberry crumble cookies are good f— hahahaha oh my god we ate all of them.

Same, but linder tarts.

And instead of "we", it's just me.

Renegret
May 26, 2007

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YOUR POSITION IN THE QUEUE IS *pbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbt*


Cat Army Sworn Enemy


pentyne posted:

I thought the consensus was the Premier Protein Vanilla shakes.

We prefer the chocolate but vanilla is fine.

Peach is... Hard to put my finger on. It's weird tasting, but the more I drank the more I started to enjoy it.

Cookies and cream tastes fine as a night time drink, but both boxs I bought had this weird issue with tiny bits of congealed shake inside. Since it was two boxes bought a month apart it felt intentional so I wouldn't buy it again for that reason.

Lobsterboy
Aug 18, 2003

start smoking (what's up, gold?)

madsushi posted:

They're extremely good. I always stock up, as they can be seasonal.

Here's one of the best items at Costco, usually in the dried fruits section in front of real fruits: Dried Strawberries (Nutty & Fruity brand).



Taste delicious and fresh, last a very long time. Always the favorite in the office snack stack.

I got these to snack on / wife bake with, but these are also super good small treats for bunnies. Usually freeze dried stuff is super expensive or has a bunch of preservatives. Rabbits go hog loving wild for sugar.

Pennywise the Frown
May 10, 2010



Upset Trowel

Renegret posted:

We prefer the chocolate but vanilla is fine.

Peach is... Hard to put my finger on. It's weird tasting, but the more I drank the more I started to enjoy it.

Cookies and cream tastes fine as a night time drink, but both boxs I bought had this weird issue with tiny bits of congealed shake inside. Since it was two boxes bought a month apart it felt intentional so I wouldn't buy it again for that reason.

I had this problem with one of mine too. The apples and oats one. It congealed super fast and I have to shake them for like a full minute to be somewhat drinkable. I think I'm just going to get rid of those. I have more.

Xaris
Jul 25, 2006

Neigh

david_a posted:

I sure hope I like this cauliflower rice since I just bought 5 lbs of it

Man going to CostCo hungry is a mistake

My poor puny apartment freezer is full and I have a bunch of naan and English muffins I still need to cram in there.

Have you had cauliflower rice before? There is a certain adjustment in expectations; however, once you stir-fry/pan-fry it for a bit and then coat it in some sauce dishes, be it tikka masla, curry, or even copious amounts of tamari or teriyaki or whatever, there's virtually no difference. by itself it's a bit awkward but edible, just it shines more when mixed in as a fried rice dish, or saucey dishes

david_a
Apr 24, 2010





Megamarm

Xaris posted:

Have you had cauliflower rice before? There is a certain adjustment in expectations; however, once you stir-fry/pan-fry it for a bit and then coat it in some sauce dishes, be it tikka masla, curry, or even copious amounts of tamari or teriyaki or whatever, there's virtually no difference. by itself it's a bit awkward but edible, just it shines more when mixed in as a fried rice dish, or saucey dishes

No, but I just did!

I don’t know what I was expecting, but... it’s minced cauliflower. That’s it. By itself it tastes like unseasoned cauliflower. I guess I was imagining it was processed more in some way.

Luckily I like cauliflower. I had it with a vegetarian curry and it was fine. The chewing resistance is fairly rice-like.

On a “rice forward” dish (whatever that is) I probably wouldn’t use it, much like Banza vs pasta. For heavy sauces, why not? Seems like an easy win to eat less carbs, since I’m Scandinavian and addicted to bread so I already get plenty of those. Definitely something I’ll be buying going forward.

Oh and for anybody else balking at the enormous 5lb bag, it’s actually a bunch of smaller pouches inside you. You can microwave them directly, which I did because I was feeling lazy.

Chinatown
Sep 11, 2001

~*Problematic Poster*~

Fun Shoe

Cauli rice is most excellent sauced or seasoned. I totally don't miss rice in whatever I make with it, and its a minuscule fraction of calories and low carb.

grillster
Dec 25, 2004

:chaostrump:

pentyne posted:

I thought the consensus was the Premier Protein Vanilla shakes.

I like the Rockin' Protein Builder drinks... In a 12 pack box in the fridge. I've seen them disappear once in a while.

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Chinatown
Sep 11, 2001

~*Problematic Poster*~

Fun Shoe

Anyone try the COMBAT protein powder? In the green bag. I'm almost out of my protein powder and have seen it up front recently.

Cookies and cream flavor sounds good to me.

StormDrain
May 22, 2003

Thirteen Letter


Chinatown posted:

Anyone try the COMBAT protein powder? In the green bag. I'm almost out of my protein powder and have seen it up front recently.

Cookies and cream flavor sounds good to me.

I went thru a couple bags of that stuff. The flavor was pretty good, and I can now lift a car over my head.

Full Collapse
Dec 4, 2002



Chinatown posted:

Anyone try the COMBAT protein powder? In the green bag. I'm almost out of my protein powder and have seen it up front recently.

Cookies and cream flavor sounds good to me.

It's p good. I use it for meal replacement.

The Slack Lagoon
Jun 17, 2008





Bought a case of the Kirkland wet dog food but my pup doesn't like it. Can I return the other 23 cans?

MarcusSA
Sep 23, 2007



The Slack Lagoon posted:

Bought a case of the Kirkland wet dog food but my pup doesn't like it. Can I return the other 23 cans?

absolutely.

pacerhimself
Dec 30, 2008

by Fluffdaddy


StormDrain posted:

I went thru a couple bags of that stuff. The flavor was pretty good, and I can now lift a car over my head.

But can you defeat the car in one-on-one combat?

binge crotching
Apr 2, 2010



ShortyMR.CAT posted:

do you remember when Costco sold 24pks of Mexican Coca-colas for like $20 buckos? Those were the days. :smith:

I passed a pallet of them yesterday in Seattle when I was there.

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StormDrain
May 22, 2003

Thirteen Letter


pacerhimself posted:

But can you defeat the car in one-on-one combat?

Only if it's in my weight class.

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