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What is on your shopping list for Costco?

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  • Nov 11th, 2018 5:57 pm
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Oct 3, 2011
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I'm there every week, I saw nothing... unless it only shows up on certain days and is selling out right away. There's not even a space for it in the cooler.
Mars2012 wrote:
Sep 16th, 2018 10:53 pm
I think they must bring it in for bbq season. I saw a couple this past week and bought them since I've been meaning to try making corned beef anyway. It was priced at $8.99/kg which is cheaper than earlier in the summer.
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lurkknight wrote:
Sep 16th, 2018 11:22 pm
I'm there every week, I saw nothing... unless it only shows up on certain days and is selling out right away. There's not even a space for it in the cooler.
I think Costco West gets the brisket. I've never it at any ON location.
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Catnippy wrote:
Aug 30th, 2018 5:24 pm
Anyone seen the Kirkland green tea bags? Only could find the more expensive Japanese ones today plus canned matcha tea. GTA ...

Btw the small Swiss Chalet chicken pies are back at 8 for $18.99, still good for work lunch. The guacamole has gone up to $13.69 from $6.69!
I looked for it also this weekend. All they sell is the Four O'clock organic green tea now.
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cessnabmw wrote:
Sep 17th, 2018 12:03 pm
I get mine from the Scarborough business location. In fact I have a 11lb brisket smoking since 5am this morning :)
Didn't know it was stock item there....price/lb?
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Avoid the Apple Crumble Pie.. pretty mediocre. Apples are too firm and chunky, crumble on top is moist instead of crunchy, filling is gummy, bottom pie crust undercooked.. this one's a dud
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jackrabbit000 wrote:
Sep 17th, 2018 11:12 am
I looked for it also this weekend. All they sell is the Four O'clock organic green tea now.
I may have to try that. Bought the Tetley green tea and it's a little bitter and hasn't much flavour.
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duckdown wrote:
Sep 17th, 2018 9:24 am
salt of the earth bean crisps ftw
I love them too but haven't seen them back at the Warden or Woodbine locations.
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Has anyone tried the blue crab claw meat? How about the avocado oil mayo
? Any difference from regular mayo?
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vivibaby wrote:
Sep 19th, 2018 11:13 am
Has anyone tried the blue crab claw meat? How about the avocado oil mayo
? Any difference from regular mayo?
Yes... avocado mayo is the "healthy" options. Just like the organic yogurt and such. ;)
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Saskatoon
Brisket restocked in Saskatoon. $8.99 per kg.

Saw vanilla beans finally. Gourmet brand, origin is Papua New Guinea. $21.99 for five beans. Last time I bought vanilla beans from Costco, it was Rodelle brand and was a pack of ten beans for $19.99.
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Mars2012 wrote:
Sep 21st, 2018 2:03 am
Brisket restocked in Saskatoon. $8.99 per kg.

Saw vanilla beans finally. Gourmet brand, origin is Papua New Guinea. $21.99 for five beans. Last time I bought vanilla beans from Costco, it was Rodelle brand and was a pack of ten beans for $19.99.
For comparison, Vanilla Beans - Madagascar Bourbon (10 Beans) $80!
How do you use the beans? I've always just used Kirkland extract...?

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