Costco finds


#121

LOL, buddy. It’s the volume I’ve become accustomed to. Can I have some of each? Pretty please?


#122

Correct. The first time I noticed these at the MdR Costco, there wasn’t a lot of this product displayed. I’m guessing as this product has become increasingly popular, this Costco has allotted more shelf space for Kiolbassa each successive year.


#123

Forget volume. Keep them hidden for just yourself. It’s okay to cross the line sometimes.:smiling_imp:


#124

Yes, son…or is it brother? I’m 70!


#125

It is brother to you I’m 61 lol


#126

Another vote for the Kiolbassa beef sausages – great flavor! Not at our Costco (Vegas), but at Sam’s. I first had them a few months ago in the city of their manufacture (San Antonio), noted how great they were, and was very pleased to find them locally.


#127

Catholiver -

If you can’t find them at Costco, my semi-secret source? The 99 cents store. A tall 4oz jar for 99 cents. Scatter with abandon : )


#128

LOL and thanks a mil! xoc


#129

I shop in that costco too. What aisle or section are those sausages? Thanks!

That aisle next to where the cheeses and hummus are kept?


#130

The sausage section is currently the first standing deli refrigerator facing the waist-high meat department refrigerator.


#131

If you are familiar with where the meat department displays the poke, the refrigerated standing case holding the sausages is adjacent to that.


#132

Is that radioactive?


#133

do not get just awful!


#134

Already cooked? Can’t even imagine.


#135

ok so I didn’t expect to spend $20 on sausages yesterday but here we are. What do you guys do with this?

We saw a couple grabbing cases of the shelf-stable pho so we grabbed a case too; if nothing else I was going to slice up this beef sausage to add to that pho.


#136

on sale for < $5 until 5/20. I bought 4 bags.


#137

So far I’ve served those Kiolbassa sausages grilled with lentils on the side, cut up in soup, and diced in greens. I’d use them anywhere a mild pork sausage would make sense.


#138

Great on their own.
Hefty enough for a Kaiser roll but just as good in a hot dog buns.
Soup with peminton, sausage, chicken, shrimp and white beans.
Wife made sauerkraut for these one night.


#139

When I first had them a few months ago in San Antonio, they were barbecued, and wrapped in a lightly grilled flour tortilla. Just added ketchup and onions – good combo. I had the second one with a bit of salsa instead. All good.