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What is on your shopping list for Costco?

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joeyjoejoe wrote:
Apr 4th, 2017 3:41 pm

I went last night to Etobicoke Costco. No pink salt. Not even in the large tubs. They have all been replaced with sea salt grinders and tubs.
I was checking out and just noticed the Himalayan pink salt w/ grinder on the conveyor belt being purchased by the customer in front. I didn't go back to get it, will pick it up next time. Markham costco.
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bonterra wrote:
Apr 4th, 2017 8:21 pm
This is my favourite cake from Costco. The cakes is light but moist, the curd filling is tangy and tastes like fresh lemon. The icing is smooth and doesn't taste like chemicals. I hope it's still around at Easter, I'll buy another one.

My favourite homemade lemon cake is Flo Baker's Lemon Meringue Angel Food Cake:

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/lemo ... ake-recipe

Was at Costco today to get the amazingly priced Balderson Double Smoked Cheddar and noticed a new cheese, Maple Dale 4 year old Smoked Cheddar, think it was $12.99. Was tempted but going to wait to see if it's on discount in the next couple of weeks.
When I went back to Costco this week there were only a few Limoncello cakes left.
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Whole brisket sighting at Woodbine Markham location. It was a 4kg x 11.99/kg = $45.
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gr8dlr wrote:
Apr 11th, 2017 4:17 pm
ImageWhole brisket sighting at Woodbine Markham location. It was a 4kg x 11.99/kg = $45.
Excuse me West Costco, if you don't get this I'm going to cry.
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boredstudent3 wrote:
Apr 8th, 2017 5:35 pm
I was checking out and just noticed the Himalayan pink salt w/ grinder on the conveyor belt being purchased by the customer in front. I didn't go back to get it, will pick it up next time. Markham costco.
I saw the Himalayan pink salt at Costco out in Guelph (5.49 sKU#656537).
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Has anybody tried the Maple Dale 4 year old smoked cheddar yet?
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Prosciutto is $2 off
Norwegian smoked salmon is $4 off
Natrel butter is $1 off (the 454g block is on sale everywhere this week $2.95/97/99 so you can get gay lee/natrel/neilson brands)
Chicago mix popcorn is $2 off...I prefer the Boom Chicka Pow Sweet and Salty popcorn more. Waiting for that to go on sale.
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hsz wrote:
Apr 12th, 2017 3:17 pm
I saw the Himalayan pink salt at Costco out in Guelph (5.49 sKU#656537).
Thanks, grabbed some today.
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boredstudent3 wrote:
Apr 15th, 2017 3:34 pm
I prefer the Boom Chicka Pow Sweet and Salty popcorn more. Waiting for that to go on sale.
That stuff is ridiculously good.
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Anyone see the smoothie mix in the fridge section with the vegetables recently?
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slowtyper wrote:
Apr 16th, 2017 11:49 am
That stuff is ridiculously good.
Indeed it is. Not too sweet or salty. A real good balance and it is light, unlike caramel popcorn in the chicago mix. They had the sweet/salty popcorn for sample and I was hoping that it was on sale, no dice. Good in a way that I wasn't tempted to buy and eat...lol
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How does the pink salt taste compared to sea salt? And what is it good on? Steaks etc.?
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ar2020 wrote:
Apr 19th, 2017 10:15 am
How does the pink salt taste compared to sea salt? And what is it good on? Steaks etc.?
If you were to remove the texture variable, I can't tell the difference between sea salt and pink salt in food.
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slowtyper wrote:
Apr 16th, 2017 11:49 am
That stuff is ridiculously good.
Angie's Boomchickapop Sweet & Salt Keytle Corn 652g is on sale now. I bought it :)

$6.99-$2, $4.99

Until May 7
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