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What is on your shopping list for Costco?

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BobSagget wrote:
Oct 11th, 2017 9:21 pm
Has anyone seen the Mediterranean pasta salad they sell at Costco lately?
I haven't seen this since about August. By the math it's a good deal. Making it on your own costs about the same but gives you way too much at home to finish before you get tired of it.
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Mulder and Scully wrote:
Oct 19th, 2017 8:50 pm
I haven't seen this since about August. By the math it's a good deal. Making it on your own costs about the same but gives you way too much at home to finish before you get tired of it.
Since August? Damn. Wonder why they got rid of it? It's soooo good.
If they don't get it back soon I am going to have to resort to trying to copycat it.
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BobSagget wrote:
Oct 20th, 2017 1:10 am
Since August? Damn. Wonder why they got rid of it? It's soooo good.
If they don't get it back soon I am going to have to resort to trying to copycat it.
Looks pretty easy to make. Fusilli pasta, chick peas, tomatoes and feta cheese. Light olive oil.
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Gee wrote:
Oct 20th, 2017 2:23 am
Looks pretty easy to make. Fusilli pasta, chick peas, tomatoes and feta cheese. Light olive oil.
Yeah the ingredients are not too complicated, but I am unsure what type of dressing is used. It's a vinaigrette dressing that is slightly purple in colour.
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BobSagget wrote:
Oct 20th, 2017 2:35 am
Yeah the ingredients are not too complicated, but I am unsure what type of dressing is used. It's a vinaigrette dressing that is slightly purple in colour.
balsamic vinegar + oil?
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BobSagget wrote:
Oct 20th, 2017 2:35 am
Yeah the ingredients are not too complicated, but I am unsure what type of dressing is used. It's a vinaigrette dressing that is slightly purple in colour.
You can use any salad dressing you prefer. I don't really like the one included in the package. I like this pasta salad because it's a good deal and is about 6 large portion sizes. I get tired of it by portion #3 or #4.
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Bought two "new to my warehouse" products yesterday, 2 pack of Peri Peri chicken, in the deli, $15.69. Also Fosters Pickled Carrots, huge jar for $5.99. These seem very popular, they are certainly appetizing looking. About half the members checking out had a jar.
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bonterra wrote:
Nov 7th, 2017 2:53 pm
Bought two "new to my warehouse" products yesterday, 2 pack of Peri Peri chicken, in the deli, $15.69. Also Fosters Pickled Carrots, huge jar for $5.99. These seem very popular, they are certainly appetizing looking. About half the members checking out had a jar.
You will have to let us know how the carrots taste. I was eyeing them, and then was nope I am going to wait until someone on RFD tries them first and reports back :)
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JACKIE26 wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 9:07 pm
You will have to let us know how the carrots taste. I was eyeing them, and then was nope I am going to wait until someone on RFD tries them first and reports back :)
Talking about carrots. Please try the fresh bagged large carrots. When you see the large size you think they are going to taste woody but they are so sweet and flavourful. What a bargain.
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JACKIE26 wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 9:07 pm
You will have to let us know how the carrots taste. I was eyeing them, and then was nope I am going to wait until someone on RFD tries them first and reports back :)
Twist my arm to eat pickles. Lol.

Just plowed through a bowl. Very good, nice fresh crunch, good quality sweet carrots, slight heat, nicely herbed with dill, not too salty. Great low calorie snack, and all that vitamin A from carrots. Definite rebuy, highly recommended. If I see that little asterisk on the shelf tag for these, will stockpile. Taste as good as they look.
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bonterra wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 10:41 pm
Twist my arm to eat pickles. Lol.

Just plowed through a bowl. Very good, nice fresh crunch, good quality sweet carrots, slight heat, nicely herbed with dill, not too salty. Great low calorie snack, and all that vitamin A from carrots. Definite rebuy, highly recommended. If I see that little asterisk on the shelf tag for these, will stockpile. Taste as good as they look.
Thanks I will be picking them up for sure now!!
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bonterra wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 10:41 pm
Twist my arm to eat pickles. Lol.

Just plowed through a bowl. Very good, nice fresh crunch, good quality sweet carrots, slight heat, nicely herbed with dill, not too salty. Great low calorie snack, and all that vitamin A from carrots. Definite rebuy, highly recommended. If I see that little asterisk on the shelf tag for these, will stockpile. Taste as good as they look.
I hope we get them here
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lecale wrote:
Oct 20th, 2017 11:13 am
balsamic vinegar + oil?
my guess would be red wine vinegar instead of the balsamic
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