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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/19 18:26:51 (permalink)
Our Costco here in Brick, Nj doesn't have Polish either,but we do have Italian sausage on rolls with peppers and onions. Does anyone else have that ,too? Maybe it's a regional issue???
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/19 18:37:53 (permalink)
I was in the Costco here once. I thought they just had hot dogs, but considering our population they probably had pablum, too.
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/19 21:47:40 (permalink)
The Louisville store has "hot dogs" that are advertised on the placards as Kirkland All-Beef. They also advertise in the store for 'Polish Dogs' , no further description, on the menu card.  These are not retail in the store (as far as I can find) but only served at the snack bar for the $1.50 " Dog & Drink Special"
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/19 22:00:24 (permalink)
My store sells them retail, labled as Kirkland 1/4lb plus all beef dogs, can't remember if they sell the polish too, but they do have them at the snack bar.
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 08:29:11 (permalink)
I would hate to depend on Costco for  consistency of a set menu. They are very limited in all areas. My wife went there yesterday to pick up a few things for our vending operation, they were out of a few popular brands of Candy bars and don't even carry most brands. I can't see how anyone, other than a small Mom and Pop operation or hot dog cart could even deal with them......PNWC
 
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 12:01:37 (permalink)
Marina del Rey Costo serves Hebrew National Hot Dogs and Polish Dogs along with their chicken rolls and pizza.
 
Everything they sell to eat on the outside other than the drinks are available on the inside for purchase.
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 12:08:45 (permalink)
I didn't know they allowed anything Polish into Marina del Rey.
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 12:11:21 (permalink)
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Chewy, I got the Black Angus cows in the pasture yesterday, I had to put a lock on the gates, it's like storing gold.........
 
Did you actually buy cows? Or maybe steers?
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 13:09:27 (permalink)
I bought a 600lb Steer and a 500 lb Heifer,,,,,,,,,The steer is long and will throw a nice long Prime rib, I will process him at about 1400lbs. The Heifer will run smaller, I hope to get her up to about 1150.......I process them USDA, so I can use the meat in my Cafe, I should get about 800lbs of hamburger.............
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 13:24:41 (permalink)
Really? I was part of buying the State Fair steer in Wisconsin for years...Bob Gold. he sold the meat for a HUGE premium. But kept some for himself. If you can afford that meat for your cafe, then you are amazing, and we all should be flocking to your place.
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 13:31:44 (permalink)
PNWCHEF,
 
You should get a real good yield from both. I notice lots of places featuring the angus these days, not the least of them being McDonald's.
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 15:00:31 (permalink)
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PNWCHEF,

You should get a real good yield from both. I notice lots of places featuring the angus these days, not the least of them being McDonald's.

And the Waffel House, if you know the owner!

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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 15:12:31 (permalink)
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Al, stuffed clams are made with minced or ground up clams. Clams Casino is made with whole clams topped with breadcrumbs, bacon and other stuff.

 
AKA "Clams Oreganata" where I grew up on Long Island.
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 15:33:02 (permalink)
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Really? I was part of buying the State Fair steer in Wisconsin for years...Bob Gold. he sold the meat for a HUGE premium. But kept some for himself. If you can afford that meat for your cafe, then you are amazing, and we all should be flocking to your place.

Hi Ann, I will get about 56 cases of 4-1 patty's, 200 lb of bulk used for Meatloaf and all other ground beef needs, Top and bottom round that we carve for Roast beef dinners, hot beef sands and French dips, any other cuts that could be used for Tips, stroganoff, Oriental beef stir fry's, Fajitas, carne Asada and so on. I was telling Chewingthefat today that we will have 16 to 20 piglets next month, and I'm thinking about raising 6 to 8 of those for the cafe. I like the idea of giving my client Beef and pork raised by my company, it just sounds right.....
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 17:05:01 (permalink)
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PNWCHEF,

You should get a real good yield from both. I notice lots of places featuring the angus these days, not the least of them being McDonald's.

And the Waffel House, if you know the owner!

I know the owner of most of the Waffle House places in Ohio, and I don't think she's selling angus. But I saw an ad in today's paper that said Arby's is using angus beef.

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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 17:10:17 (permalink)
Back to Coctco dog. Was there this morning, and by coincidence, Brick Costco just switched over to Kirkland dogs at the concession stand. They still sell Hebrew National...and Nathans...and(ugh) Ball Park...and in the summer, we're lucky enough to get Large Thumanns!!! Umbrellas now say Kirkland hot dogs...so I guess it's permanent. Next trip will try them. Now I.too, am curious who makes them!!!!!
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 17:11:27 (permalink)
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Al, stuffed clams are made with minced or ground up clams. Clams Casino is made with whole clams topped with breadcrumbs, bacon and other stuff.


AKA "Clams Oreganata" where I grew up on Long Island.


Nope. They're different. For one thing, clams oreganata, unlike clams casino,  requires oregano. For another, clams oreganata doesn't have bacon.
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 17:14:52 (permalink)
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Back to Coctco dog. Was there this morning, and by coincidence, Brick Costco just switched over to Kirkland dogs at the concession stand. They still sell Hebrew National...and Nathans...and(ugh) Ball Park...and in the summer, we're lucky enough to get Large Thumanns!!! Umbrellas now say Kirkland hot dogs...so I guess it's permanent. Next trip will try them. Now I.too, am curious who makes them!!!!!

 
The Costco near me still serves Hebrew National. I've never had the Kirkland dog but most comments I've read on other sites give them a thumbs down.

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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 17:29:50 (permalink)
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Back to Coctco dog. Was there this morning, and by coincidence, Brick Costco just switched over to Kirkland dogs at the concession stand. They still sell Hebrew National...and Nathans...and(ugh) Ball Park...and in the summer, we're lucky enough to get Large Thumanns!!! Umbrellas now say Kirkland hot dogs...so I guess it's permanent. Next trip will try them. Now I.too, am curious who makes them!!!!!


The Costco near me still serves Hebrew National. I've never had the Kirkland dog but most comments I've read on other sites give them a thumbs down.

I love Hebrew National from Costco, I bought a package of the Kirkland, had two split and grilled on my flat top, I thought they were suprisingly good, actually right up there with the H N.

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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/20 17:59:04 (permalink)
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PNWCHEF,

You should get a real good yield from both. I notice lots of places featuring the angus these days, not the least of them being McDonald's.

And the Waffel House, if you know the owner!

I know the owner of most of the Waffle House places in Ohio, and I don't think she's selling angus. But I saw an ad in today's paper that said Arby's is using angus beef.

Nice to see Arby's start serving beef, now Chewy could stop going to Waffle Houses to eat steak
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/21 08:56:42 (permalink)
Michael, I don't know if you remember, or even were involved in private clubs/ bars around the Bridgeport area. On the Eastside of Bpt every Nationality had their own private club, The Polish Club, Ukrainian club, and so on. During the summer they would have club picnics, one of the more popular items was having grilled Liver, bacon and onion sandwiches on a good rye bread. The liver was sliced real thin and cooked in the bacon fat, they then added the bacon and grilled onions to build the sandwich, this was a melt in your mouth sandwich. There was nothing like eating those sandwiches, drinking beer and shooting craps all day long...............
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/21 11:06:02 (permalink)
The only club in Bridgeport with which I was familiar was the Algonquin Club, and that wasn't ethnic at all. But those sandwiches sure sound fantastic.
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/21 12:13:46 (permalink)
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The only club in Bridgeport with which I was familiar was the Algonquin Club, and that wasn't ethnic at all. But those sandwiches sure sound fantastic.

Not as good as a grilled Kirkland Hot Dog!

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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/21 12:45:42 (permalink)
Ah, you folks who don't like liver don't know good food.
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/21 12:59:42 (permalink)
I would love one of those liver sandwiches.My Mom always served her liver with bacon( and onions, of course)
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/21 13:05:05 (permalink)
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Ah, you folks who don't like liver don't know good food.


I think Chewy thinks the Kirkland dogs are made from the Tenderloin area.......
 
I bet there are many people on this site, that have had, or remember the diners having Liver and onions on the menu in many areas...............I used to have it on my menu in the 80's....
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/21 13:10:09 (permalink)
Liver Lover!
 
Never had it in a sandwich unless it was wursted.
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/21 13:38:46 (permalink)
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Ah, you folks who don't like liver don't know good food.


I think Chewy thinks the Kirkland dogs are made from the Tenderloin area.......

I bet there are many people on this site, that have had, or remember the diners having Liver and onions on the menu in many areas...............I used to have it on my menu in the 80's....

The absolute finest liver and onions I've ever had was at -- of all places -- a Holiday Inn restaurant in either Grand Haven or South Haven, Michigan -- I can never get them straight. It seems that Holiday Inn was owned by a restauranteur from Detroit who wouldn't allow less than the best.
 
But, the next finest I've ever had is served at the two Cap City Fine Diners in Columbus and Gahanna. They use Provimi veal liver, and their sauce (rather than gravy) is beyond superb. The carmelized onions are exquisite, as are the mashed potatoes. In fact, the liver, onions, sauce and potatoes are so deliciously ambrosial that the currently correct "crisp" broccoli and carrots served with the liver can be excused, or, as I prefer, ignored. 

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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/21 16:08:17 (permalink)
If they don't have Liver & Onions on the menu, it ain't a Diner! Absolute requirement if they profess to be a true Diner!
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Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/21 16:32:49 (permalink)
From hotdogs to liver...ugh, can we stray!!!!
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