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  1. #376
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    Found these. Very good by themselves dipped in mustard.

    Also had them cut in small chunks with veggies on the grill.


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    Intense mountain bike, seems like a good price given pandemic supply issues:
    https://www.costco.com/intense-951-x...100691780.html

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    @Danno, you want this if they have it.

    I half expect to find hashish inside this black wrapper.

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    I see hydraulic turtles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    @Danno, you want this if they have it.

    I half expect to find hashish inside this black wrapper.

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    We can get that, usually, at our Costco. Also got this last time:


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    Never seen either of those in Utardia, sadly. For about six months ours had a 24-month aged Gouda that was sublime, then it disappeared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Never seen either of those in Utardia, sadly. For about six months ours had a 24-month aged Gouda that was sublime, then it disappeared.
    I've probably mentioned it in this thread, but this shit is also delicious:


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    We get that one and I eat the shit out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    I've probably mentioned it in this thread, but this shit is also delicious:

    an all-time great.

    not sure if this is a Washington-state-specific item, but the Michael David petit sirah is outstanding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    @Danno, you want this if they have it.

    I half expect to find hashish inside this black wrapper.

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    Damn, I got hosed, I only have the 2 year old stuff from Costco.

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    I saw the cloth bound stuff last time, didn't buy.

    We often have aged Gouda, which is great. Aged havarti is also great.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
    "She was tossing her bean salad with the vigor of a Drunken Pop princess so I walked out of the corner and said.... "need a hand?"" - Odin
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    My GF has this membership and I was scoping the clothes. Do they ever have the ladies merino blend athletic socks in menís version? Looks like kind of a smart wool medium thickness type sock.

    GF got me some Pacific Gold beef jerky which wasnít bad at all. I got a box of kind bars but the savings on that one wasnít substantial.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ntblanks View Post
    an all-time great.

    not sure if this is a Washington-state-specific item, but the Michael David petit sirah is outstanding.
    I've seen that one... thanks for the recco.

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    I have seen mens merino hiking socks before. TBH, I was a little disappointed in the quality. Super cheap, which is great, but the elastic wasn't much, so they were pretty saggy/shifty on my feet, and I don't like saggy shifty socks no matter what the price.

    You definitely can't assume everything there is a hudge bargain.
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    This is my latest find. Like beef jerky but not salty. Super addictive and high protein/low calories. They've had it for a bit at ours, but I'm stocking up in case it doesn't last.

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    What do I want from Costco?

    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    I have seen mens merino hiking socks before. TBH, I was a little disappointed in the quality. Super cheap, which is great, but the elastic wasn't much, so they were pretty saggy/shifty on my feet, and I don't like saggy shifty socks no matter what the price.

    You definitely can't assume everything there is a hudge bargain.
    Right on thanks!

    Oh I also remember we got ďsmoked ahi tunaĒ it was tasty. Not like blow you away but I donít think it was expensive. Kinda like tuna jerky if that makes sense. It was in the refrigerated area.

    Used it for:

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    Itís a bagel under there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jong Lafitte View Post
    My GF has this membership and I was scoping the clothes. Do they ever have the ladies merino blend athletic socks in men’s version? Looks like kind of a smart wool medium thickness type sock.

    GF got me some Pacific Gold beef jerky which wasn’t bad at all. I got a box of kind bars but the savings on that one wasn’t substantial.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    I have seen mens merino hiking socks before. TBH, I was a little disappointed in the quality. Super cheap, which is great, but the elastic wasn't much, so they were pretty saggy/shifty on my feet, and I don't like saggy shifty socks no matter what the price.

    You definitely can't assume everything there is a hudge bargain.
    I agree with Danno that the men's aren't nearly as elastic-y/smartwool like as the women's, but I don't agree on the quality. Maybe it's because I'm at the top end of the suggest size range, but I've not had problems with them getting baggy at all. There are some variations over time, but generally they are my favorite socks any time that it's not really hot out. I also have a good number of Darn Tough and Smartwool socks, but when it's below 70, I basically wear Costco merino socks every day. They're pretty high percentage merino and I have found them to get less stinky than any of the name brand socks, which is great when traveling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    I've probably mentioned it in this thread, but this shit is also delicious:
    You guys be careful with the Costco cheese recs. 4matic will be along soon to tell you how pedestrian your palates are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    You guys be careful with the Costco cheese recs. 4matic will be along soon to tell you how pedestrian your palates are.
    Whole Foods has good prices on quality cheese. This one was $15 a pound last time I was there.

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    They had Stilton blue for awhile... I'm hoping that comes back. They also occasionally have a tasty gorgonzola.

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    Itís advent time at Costco!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    You guys be careful with the Costco cheese recs. 4matic will be along soon to tell you how pedestrian your palates are.
    My post is all about scoring premium Cabot product at a less outrageous price seeing as how I'm from VT, and still live here. If I have to go to Costco to get it, well, that's fine by me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flounder View Post
    Itís advent time at Costco!

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    That can't be cheap. Hopefully my wife doesn't see that because it will be coming home with her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    I have seen mens merino hiking socks before. TBH, I was a little disappointed in the quality. Super cheap, which is great, but the elastic wasn't much, so they were pretty saggy/shifty on my feet, and I don't like saggy shifty socks no matter what the price.
    Damn, I was considering a Costco refresh. I have a dying 8 pack of Costco merino hikers from ~2008 that have somehow survived the test of time and my Haglund's deformity.


    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    This is my latest find. Like beef jerky but not salty. Super addictive and high protein/low calories. They've had it for a bit at ours, but I'm stocking up in case it doesn't last.
    Biltong = yes.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    Whole Foods has good prices on quality cheese. This one was $15 a pound last time I was there.

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    Too good. We had to stop buying it for a while... overloaded. Would love to see that at Costco. Check out the goat version, Fromager díAffinois Florette, real good.

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    lots of people love the costco merino hikers, so maybe I just got a bum batch or maybe I'm just pickier about my socks than I realized, dunno. But the smartwools and darn toughs I have fit way better.
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