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What is on your shopping list for Costco?

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Costco is stocking a mixed case of 24 Lime, Strawberry and Grapefruit Bubly for $7.98.
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I wish Costco sold beef Brisket still...hard to find it for that good of a price.
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kanewtz wrote:
Jul 6th, 2018 11:31 am
I wish Costco sold beef Brisket still...hard to find it for that good of a price.
I never knew they sold it. Wish I did.
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profile wrote:
Jul 6th, 2018 5:51 pm
I never knew they sold it. Wish I did.
Last summer...I must of bought six all summer.

After that never saw it again.

Just like the "tomahawk steak" that I found last summer...reappeared this summer...bought 10 of them and froze them.

Nice reverse seared cowboy steak = excellent supper.
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Costco sometimes get Brisket near St. Patrick's Day--might be worth checking next year.
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Got some watermelons
Better than Freshco, Walmart, food basics and norills by a thousand miles.
Better than loblaws as well although by less than a thousand miles
$7 for a 14lb watermelon, ends up being cheaper
Bought 5 and they were all pretty sweet. One was over ripe but it was still sweet. Just the flesh wasn’t crisp.

It seems like Costco has been the best place to get fruit for me. Going to get some peaches/plums next week
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I was in a US Costco the other day and they had samples of this burger. Priced out at 37cents/ounce. I found them tasty, and they look like meat, but they don't quite taste like meat. Someone near me described it as a 'play doh' burger, lol.

https://www.msn.com/en-ca/lifestyle/foo ... ar-AAwu1f5
The burgers quickly became the fastest growing product in its category, selling more than one million in less than 60 days, according to a press release.
This surprises me. I didn't see anyone picking these up... usually having the sample lady nearby drives sales.
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How do people like the kirkland cookies?
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lichda wrote:
Jul 10th, 2018 11:27 am
How do people like the kirkland cookies?
They are good. They are the soft and chewy, but they expire quickly.
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joeyjoejoe wrote:
Jul 10th, 2018 11:41 am
They are good. They are the soft and chewy, but they expire quickly.
I do not like them.
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UrbanPoet wrote:
Jul 6th, 2018 8:52 pm
Best i found is $5.99/lb from a butcher. Nice fat on it too. Just on top. Not too much...

How much is costco brisket?
a whole brisket is a must buy from US Costco if you're driving home! I don't remember the price but it was ridiculously cheap. Cheese too..so much cheaper and better variety.
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Jul 11th, 2018 3:29 am
a whole brisket is a must buy from US Costco if you're driving home! I don't remember the price but it was ridiculously cheap. Cheese too..so much cheaper and better variety.
Too bad there isn't a Costco in Niagara Falls NY or vicinity.
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Ottomaddox wrote:
Jul 9th, 2018 12:08 pm
I was in a US Costco the other day and they had samples of this burger. Priced out at 37cents/ounce. I found them tasty, and they look like meat, but they don't quite taste like meat. Someone near me described it as a 'play doh' burger, lol.

https://www.msn.com/en-ca/lifestyle/foo ... ar-AAwu1f5
This surprises me. I didn't see anyone picking these up... usually having the sample lady nearby drives sales.
The USA allows the use of pink slime, so that play doh burger might not have been that far off, haha.

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