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Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

Dr. Tim Whatley posted:

Just a SINGLE refill of diet pepsi my good man!!!

Trip report:

Costco roses are very popular.

That Charisma king size throw which is on sale for 11.99 is very nice but I would not put it in the same class as the Lord's own Sherpa!

Piled high?

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Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo
[quote="“Chinatown”" post="“480596031”"]
thinkin bout thos dogs
[/quote]

Better than eating fresh, the anti-sacrament!

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo
[quote="“Taima”" post="“481184329”"]
Hah, no.

A machine-made pizza put on a conveyor belt is not a pizza oven.

Source: I have a pizza oven. The whole point is that it gets really, really hot in order to cook a pizza in under a minute, which also incidentally makes the crust delicous. Not that Costco food court pizza has a crust. It’s more like a focaccia bread with toppings, which is fine for its purpose and delicious in its own right for what it is and price point.

If you tried to cook a Costco pizza in an actual pizza oven, it wouldn’t work. The temperatures would burn it WELL before you finished cooking the giant piece of dough.

The food court pizza is miraculous for the calorie/dollar ratio, and for that it can be praised. Let’s not go insane and start acting like it’s good pizza.
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Sorry your parents pizza business was destroyed by Costco’s reasonable prices

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

flashy_mcflash posted:

Congratulations! Yeah I've tried other brands of wipes and nothing comes close to the Kirklands. I fully intend to keep buying them after they're potty trained to use on my own rear end.

Just don't flush em unless you wanna ruin your septic and sewer !!!

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

Lazyhound posted:

Canada still has the Polish.

Why do they get everything nice.

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

Chinatown posted:

:vince::popeye::vince::eyepop::vince::popeye::vince::eyepop::vince:



Also please tell me more about that grill setup.

I want to hear more about that guy getting Beefy than his ghetto grill.

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo
Any of you other rapidly aging guys get that costco COQ10? That poo poo keeps my blood pressure normal!

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

Schmeichy posted:

My Costco has Nandos Peri Peri sauce! Gonna have some kick rear end wings!

Do they have the chili garlic sauce as well? Nando sauce just came to my local grocery store and gotta say, I'm a fan too.

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo
Gonna do a big getting back into Keto run Sunday and maybe go for a trifecta at the food court for my last meal.

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

Chinatown posted:

I buy enough sweet sweet gasoline alone to justify my executive membership.

How about Assoline ??

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

Chinatown posted:

I don't think Costco carries it.

Check the family planning mega section my man :nexus:

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

binge crotching posted:

My partner made 8.5 pounds of carnitas after a Costco run, and now I'm sitting here looking at this giant pile of meat and wondering what to do with it. Mixed with some scrambled eggs for breakfast tacos is a given of course, but it's still a lot of meat.

Should've been prepared.

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo
Gonna Costco tomorrow any hot tips

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

FilthyImp posted:

Get ahead of the curve on TP, wipes, diapers, etc.

2 pack of eggs will last you for a bit and help keep your food varied (as well as go towards any baking).

Bag of flour, sugar, and salt or any other condiments you may need.

Stock up on some pastas, rice, beans.

Tuna, spam and other canned items.

Soy milk is shelf stable and will last until 2021, but refrigerate once you open one.

Tilapia cutlets just need some lemon juice and light salt in an air fryer for a quick and healthy meal.

Those bags of rotisserie chicken meat are handy.

And Bitchin Sauce + pita chips for fatassing.

Good advice I am in Utah and we are going full chud

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo
Lacroix and sparkling water loving sucks but Costco hot dogs are geeatt

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

Chinatown posted:

My dad went this morning and was there at 10am sharp and the lot was already full.

Good news is that they loaded up for our small outside thanksgiving. Costco mashed potats and gravy! :yum:

Can't beat them potats!!

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo
Gonna have to peruse the ol Costco for some Xmas gifts soon

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo
About to make a run to church any suggestions

Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

Pennywise the Frown posted:

I get those huge packs of like 12 6oz cans of tuna. You could use tuna for lots of things.

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Derpies
Mar 10, 2014

by sebmojo

Trastion posted:

"Won't you be my neighbor?"

I assume you have a smoker if your making Bacon. Make some Pork Belly Burnt Ends. SO SO GOOD.

They are criminally good and so absolutely terrible for you

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