An official Costco convert

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I got a membership last summer or fall or some such time, but I’ve only been to the place that once. It’s soooooo big. And the items are soooooo big. And I don’t have room in my house for gallon jars of ketchup and pickles and the like.

But Julie was going on and on and on about the fantastical qualities of the place the other evening, so the husband, the kid and I went on our first official journey this weekend.

Honestly, the place is still too big for my liking. But we found, as you’re supposed to, some darn good deals. Can you say chicken-gouda sausage??? My absolute favorite. We got like 21 of ’em for $7. Holy Hanna-Barbera! And then, of course, there’s that big-ol’ tub of feta cheese pictured above. Anyone who knows me or my website can attest to my loving of feta cheese. So that just sealed the deal.

Get thee to your nearest one and snag yerself some fancy feta and sausages. You won’t regret it!

6 thoughts on “An official Costco convert”

  1. I’ve been a Costco fan ever since I moved to this huge state called California. They have organic produce too. And good prices on books.

  2. Marie…Ya know, I seem to remember you posting something about Costco once, now that I think of it. Hey, anything to save money. Another tip I discovered. Target’s Market Pantry brand is pretty good quality. And priced right.

  3. Man! My boss will NOT convert to Costco, I teased him about it the other day after my coworker was praising the costco organic oatmeal. He says he is dedicated to Sam’s. (Must have stock in it er sumthin) AND there’s a costco a BIKE RIDE away from my house!

  4. I had a membership once but I always ended up with crap I didn’t need like 1000 tampons or a 3 lb. bag of sour cream and onion chips – now that I think of it, I might need to get a new membership 🙂

  5. I had a membership once but I always ended up with crap I didn’t need like 1000 tampons or a 3 lb. bag of sour cream and onion chips – now that I think of it, I might need to get a new membership 🙂

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