Costco finds


#141

Choucroute garnie!!!


#142

These were terrific. And before warming them on the grill I kept slicing off little pieces :slight_smile:


#143

Reno Costco has Vidalia onions!!! Being from Atlanta this is one of my great seasonal food joys.


#144

Prime bone in rib eye for $12.99 per lb, cut about 2 inches thick. Father’s day special at the San Francisco Costco


#145

We went for that but they had sold out yesterday. Reno.


#146

damn, paid $19.99 at Gelsons. that’s after 30% off.


#147


That temporary kiosk they set up for meat and seafood always has one amazing deal


#148


#149

I wonder what that bone weighs…


#150

I was wondering that too. That stack I bought were 2.2 lbs each.


#151

Isn’t that “tomahawk”?


#152

Wow!


#153

Yes I think it is commonly referred to as a tomahawk.


#154

When I read about the special on bone-in rib eyes that’s not what I would have expected. And I likely wouldn’t have bought it because of all that bone that I don’t want to pay for.


#155

And I likely wouldn’t have bought it because of all that bone that I don’t want to pay for.

eh, it’s a lower price/lb for the bone-in, so kinda impossible to tell if bone-in or boneless is cheaper w/o knowing the weight of the bone.


#156

True. But the ones we buy look more like this.

We ‘settled’ for prime boneless rib-eye. Sigh :slight_smile: Having tonight with escargot and other goodies.

Oh, and the ones we buy are always thicker than this photo.


#157

I like having the bone in chop. Something about picking it up with your hands and scouring the bone with your teeth. Primal goodness.At home of course