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Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Dr. Tim Whatley posted:

I made a discovery today friends! Kirkland individually sealed frozen chicken breasts. This is gonna take my no flavor sous vide chicken to the next level! Praise be!

Thank you for this.

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Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Goddamn so many pro-tier posts in here I can't keep up.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Im Ready for DEATH posted:

But here's the question. You put that poo poo in your cart, and then in your car for a 10 minute drive back to your house. Then, into you fridge. Where are you putting your milk in such jeopardy that it leaks so much? I'm not a packaging engineer but it surprises me that goons are putting their milk through a gauntlet of danger to get it home.

Trip from the car into the house is when the milk is most in peril in my experience. Maybe we'll have to do like the Canadians and put our milks in pitchers.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Who is doobie.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Man oh man I wish Costco would do a three meat pizza.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


My costco location no longer has the polish dog option.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Maybe have to call it in for a custom pizza order.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


I got the Italian sausage instead of the dog today. Also the 32 degrees raincoat for 20 bux seems solid.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Taima posted:

Kinda looks like there's ketchup in there, which would be unfortunate

Ketchup belongs wit a hot dog.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Ketchup belongs on dogs.

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Dec 1, 2002


Big Grunty Secret posted:

Is it worth the extra 1.29? I love a good sausage but the dog is just such a good deal.

That may be the Italian sausage. There was a time when my costco had all three. The hotdog, Polish sausage, and Italian sausage. Now I only get hot dog or Italian.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


My girl asked me if weíre getting communion today. I have converted one to the flock. PBUC.

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Dec 1, 2002


RJWaters2 posted:

The honey chilpotle chicken breasts are huge!!


Can you get a picture of the packaging if you still have it? I went looking for them in my Costco but didnít see them.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Thanks! Based on the packaging were those in the open refrigerator section instead of the freezer area with the doors?

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Please Costco have a meat toppings slice. Please.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Yeah I just wish I could get the pepperoni and sausage slices like you can the combo, cheese, and just pepperoni.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Does Costco have any corporate IT jobs outside of Washington?

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Dec 1, 2002


bob dobbs is dead posted:

jack up the dose then

its the same stuff white peeps and babies bodies use to digest lactose

White peeps? I thought white peeps are mutants in regards to being able to digest lactose and the majority of the world has trouble with it.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Accretionist posted:

Bought 'naanwiches' on a lark

They microwave in 90s and are delicious:


PBUC

I went looking for these and while my Costco has other Suhkiís food I didnít see these. Are these in the freezer section or the refrigerated section with the Tikka Masala? Has anyone found these in a Costco in Georgia?

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Dec 1, 2002


binge crotching posted:

I just found them in my Costco, frozen section.

Is your Costco in Georgia?

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Dec 1, 2002


First of May posted:

Can confirm the tikka masala naanwiches are delicious.

:negative:

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Dec 1, 2002


akma posted:

I just got back from the Duluth Costco.

Did they have naan pockets?

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Dec 1, 2002


DNK posted:

Helium is also literally the most slippery molecule in he universe and will diffuse through 30 feet of glass in a surprisingly short amount of time.

Itís a neat idea except your tires would be flat in maybe four miles. I mean... pressurized, heated up helium held in by a 4Ē rubber/steel barrier isnít going to do anything.

Helium or Hydrogen will diffuse like that?

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Chinatown posted:

I, too, am mesmerized by spinning meat.

There exist a website to cater to this. Meatspin.com for all your spinning meat needs.

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Dec 1, 2002


A Pack of Kobolds posted:

Costco needs a crematorium next to the tire shop. I don't want to be buried, just torch my dead gay rear end at Costco and get a hot dog & refill for $1.50+tax on the way out.

No cuz then the hotdogs will be people. We've been over this.

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Dec 1, 2002


A Pack of Kobolds posted:

Costco hot dogs are 100% all beef, friend. Perhaps you are thinking of Sam's Club or some other den of heresy.

Yeah you're right, forgive my transgression. PBUC

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


The Hambulance posted:

https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/costco-kills-beloved-food-court-083353418.html

Yahoo reports Costco is killing the Polish dog combo. $1.50 dog and soda (w/free refill) still on menu.

Polish dog hasn't been at my area Costco's for over a year now. We do get the Italian sausage though. Its $2.80 but I think it's well worth it.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Iím still on my quest to find the naanwiches.

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Dec 1, 2002


Would anyone be willing to give me the costco item number for the naanwiches? Or tell me what states have them? Please.

edit: Literally on a chat with a costco person trying to find these. I am goon.

Coredump fucked around with this message at 13:33 on Jul 12, 2018

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Dec 1, 2002


Did you then proceed to tell her your feelings on ketchup? And dogs?

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Dec 1, 2002


Taima posted:

HAHAHAHA oh man you're still mad about that? I just looked in the post history and there it was.

Yes, ketchup on hot dogs is for children. Sorry that makes you mad still.

Ketchup goes on dogs.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


The Costco Pizza bites are bomb. That is all.

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Dec 1, 2002


Hed posted:

Please elaborate on what these are and where I can find them.

They're not Kirkland brand but they're called "Pappalo's Combination Pizza Snack". You can find them in the freezer parts where they keep the patties, tacos and such. Pop them in the oven for 12 minutes and they are surprisingly good.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Dr. Tim Whatley posted:

Korea will not be pleased

Reposting for anyone who might not understand the reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1cqDQSOrZM

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Dec 1, 2002


Taima posted:

The onion dispensers going away is honestly terrible, but at least you are still able to make the classic adult hot dog: deli mustard and sauerkraut.

Donít forget ketchup, cuz ketchup goes on dogs.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


I can report a positive sighting of an onion dispenser at Mall of Georgia Costco. Still no Naanwiches. :(

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


RIP gentle pie loving goon.

Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


Filets on cookie grid on top rack in oven and then put a cookie sheet below the filets to catch crumbs.

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Dec 1, 2002


Taima posted:

The chicken bakes are trash, and honestly, while the pizzas are better they are some of the worst pizza you can get, any decent local pizza place is going to blow it out of the water ($10 is admittedly a crazy good deal for it though).

Lord forgive me for my blasphemy, but I find the food court to be a disaster besides the $1.50 hot dog WITH refill.

Even great classic items like the berry smoothie uses a completely watered down recipe from what they were offering a few years ago. As for the salad, using fake al pastor should be punishable by death considering how delicious real al pastor is. What a bait and switch.

The Acai bowl is alright but it's nowhere near as good as a real acai bowl. Granted, not a terrible deal for $5, but not a great one either.

Costco clearly understands that the food court is kind of poo poo, which is why they keep on making changes, but the changes they have made just don't make me confident that they even know what's wrong. Like, chili? Fake al pastor? Come on son. Sure you can make a chili dog, but 99% of people are not going to go to that kind of effort. They should just make a chili dog on menu if that's the goal.

On top of that they got rid of the mother. loving. polish.

Get your poo poo together, Costco food court.

e: And not to beat the shareholder drum but when was the last time that they intro'ed a true value item? They mostly try to get you to pay $4 for chili out of a bag or lettuce with soy pastor. These are all positioned to make plenty of profit, which is also why they cut the polish.

They want to have the hot dog and the pizza on the menu alongside profit-making items and it leads the entire menu to come off as kind of a poo poo show. Focus on value, or don't, but these half measures are kind of ridiculous.

Hey you know what goes good on their hot dogs?

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Coredump
Dec 1, 2002


ShortyMR.CAT posted:

What's the opposite of pbuc. This is it

Shareholders :argh:

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