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Oct 19, 2007


shovelbum posted:

do you tell them to hold the syrup

They used to offer plain frozen coffee as well as frozen mocha too with no syrup at all, but they got rid of it sometime in the past year. I think the frozen mocha without syrup is still too sweet :(.

Bring back the frozen coffee!

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Oct 19, 2007


Probably just clearing out stock of the 100% beef hotdogs to make room for their new and improved 105% beef hotdogs. PBUC

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Oct 19, 2007


Pennywise the Frown posted:

Does Costco have cottage cheese? I eat it a lot and usually get two 32oz (I think, the bigger one) and it'd be nice to go to the 'co and have them bless me with the food of the gods.

IIRC it's 3 lbs of land o lakes cottage cheese for $5-$6. In Indiana, at least.

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Oct 19, 2007


fordham posted:

drat I wish they carried these in Mass. I currently order tomatoes from Amazon to make sauce because the grocery store stock is pretty much entirely trash.

Do you guys not have these https://www.costcobusinessdelivery.com/Nina-Imported-Italian-Peeled-Tomatoes%2C-106-oz.product.11880390.html at your Costco for like $3? I use this to can sauce per my grandpa's (approximate) recipe. Usually combine 3-4 tomato cans with a 1.5 liter costco wine and buttload of oregano into Ball jars. Lasts months.

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Oct 19, 2007


I buy so many chicken nuggets from Costco now that I have kids and I am not at all upset. I love chicken nuggets.

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Oct 19, 2007


The bulgogi is just in your face sweet. That much seasoning is ok if you plan for it, but it's not that great if you are just eating it with rice. I have used it in bulgogi wraps successfully. Still I would probably just make my own if I had company coming over or something.

The Mac and cheese is easily my #2 after the roti chicken. Also the chicken alfredo is great.

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Oct 19, 2007


Bum the Sad posted:

Apparently this is authentic. From what some goons who live in korea posted, in the 90's the entire country decided to get diabetes and just started cranking up the sugar levels of their cuisine.

Haha. I'd love to visit korea some day and find out myself!

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Oct 19, 2007


Oh so it's authentic specifically for bulgogi from the 90s? Just need to wait for that time machine to be invented then, yep.

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Oct 19, 2007


Is there a better spring/summer weekend family lunch kit than the Kirkland Smoked Pulled Pork, Grillo's Pickle Chips and a 16 pack of hamburger buns and your choice of fresh veggie/fruit? I say nay.

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Oct 19, 2007


Cartoon Man posted:

Kirkland Signature Home

Yes, please Costco. Imagine the executive rebate check!

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Oct 19, 2007


david_a posted:

I fill it up with literally soda

Iím not sure every fountain drink machine has a soda water lever, but Iím glad the CostCo version does

Soda water with a splash of mtn dew is my go to.

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Oct 19, 2007


I brought Grillo's pickles to a work event a year ago along with other ingredients for lunchmeat sandwiches and I still get comments to this day about how good "those pickles" were from the non-members.

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Oct 19, 2007


toplitzin posted:

When did the Costco packs of butter go from a package of 4 1lb boxes to a package of 3?

News to me! Must have just changed over.

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Oct 19, 2007


The Walrus posted:

this nongshim 'tonjotsu premium ramen' is pretty bad. very bland.

I assume you mean 'Tonkotsu'? and actually it's extremely good. I add dried shiitake to mine.

e: this one https://snackathonfoods.com/products/nongshim-premium-tonkotsu-ramen

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Oct 19, 2007


WescottF1 posted:

I really liked that one but they didn't have it last time I was at the church so I had to buy the other with Iron Chef Morimoto on the package.

How was it? Morimoto looks so happy on the packaging.

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Oct 19, 2007


Daisy cottage cheese is literally like a tub of snot. Land o lakes cottage cheese is extremely good .

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Oct 19, 2007


Lutha Mahtin posted:

isn't "snot" like, the literal texture result of the cottage cheese production process? it has a chunky part and a soupy part. curds and whey

It should be more like little cheese bits in a tiny amount of mildly tart milk. Not cheese bits in a viscous mess.

The fancy cottage cheese that they sometimes have in the blue container, Good Culture, is also extremely tasty (extra tart) but kinda expensive.

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Oct 19, 2007


we talking sourcream now? Breakstone is the gold standard in my book. Same as with cottage cheese, Daisy brand SUCKS, however their container for dispensing sour cream is good.

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