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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by 1293, Jun 13, 2017.
you devil you!
If it says KIRKLAND on it, it's the mark of quality!
Especially my pizza!
I thought it is was ridiculous to formulate opinions based on YouTube's sound, but forming opinions based on YouTube's flavor sets a newly lowered bar.
Hence, no one w/ dirty fingernails was catching it, and it did not get dropped on the floor....
What is wrong with CNC pizza, it can be every bit as good as handcrafted? Just because it is solid state you are not prepared to give it a chance.
P.S. The Tuna Jacket potato is the pick of the Costco food at £1.50.
Once heard Costco pizza described as, "...floured cardboard covered with spiced-ketchup and lumpy powdered cheese..." (wink,wink). Not great, but OK by me.
I still call it Price Club, and I'm not going to change.
Here in Tucson (Marana), AZ, our COSTCO is located on Price Club Lane (wink,wink).
What about blues?
I'm certainly not rich, but there's no way in hell I'm spending any money at Wal-Mart, much less Wal-Mart with a membership fee...
Costco is really pretty great.
Store chains aside, I'm wondering about filling a 3D printer with dough, tomatoes, and mozarella.
Home-printed Pizza is surely the way forwards...
It would be an interesting experiment! My homemade pizza comes out different every time, which is both charming and annoying at the same time. I either get the feeling that it's "surprisingly good!" or "this isn't quite as good as last time..."
It's already a thing.
Here in Japan the only place you can get a reasonably priced pizza is Costco. The delivery places here charge $30 and up for a large pizza. In Japan, the large pizzas are the same size as a medium in America. And for that $30, they give you a royally screwed up pizza, with very little sauce or cheese, and lots of toppings which take away, rather than add to the flavor. In Japan, canned corn is considered a topping, as is mayonnaise. I mean, holy crap, mayonnaise on a pizza? My Italian aunt would shoot anyone she saw putting mayonnaise on any pizza or pasta.
Costco is the only place in Japan which sells a genuine pizza, the right size, with the right amount of sauce and cheese, and for a reasonable price. Needless to say, Costco stores here are busy, you won't find a parking space on the busier days, and the stores are so crowded that it is hard to push a cart around. The checkout lines are unreal (think Walmart in the morning on Black Friday). But everyone who has kids brings them to Costco, where they can feed them cheaply.
Thing about bad pizza is its still pizza.
And Costco rotisserie chicken is cracklike in its addictiveness.
I'm still waiting for Black and Decker to get off their a** and follow through with this...
Isn't wanting to eat pizza in Japan like wanting to eat lasagna in India?
Last year I was involved in a project with a Chinese company. We met in SoCal and the first thing they asked was "Where is Costco?" They bought so much stuff they had to buy suitcases to bring it home with them!
I love my Costco suitcase.