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  • Location: Emmitsburg, Md.
Costco's Cheesecakes Thu, 02/10/11 1:00 PM (permalink)
Ever tried one, if not, you should, made in house, or if you like try the Cheesecake Factory box of 4 different Cheesecakes Costco sells, they are also darn good!

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    • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
    Re:Costco's Cheesecakes Fri, 02/11/11 10:11 AM (permalink)
    Yes, we've tried a few different ones and they are delicious! 
      mayor al

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      • Location: Louisville area, Southern Indiana
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      Re:Costco's Cheesecakes Fri, 02/11/11 2:54 PM (permalink)
      Love the plain ones, I'll pass on the fruit topped versions...too sweet for me.  Headed there tomorrow for a shopping tour...but will get a Red Velvet Cake for sure. Got a coupon for $3 off the $9.99 price tag and those cakes are OUTSTANDING too.
      Will also pick up a couple of bottles of the Pickled Herring in Wine Sauce, can't beat a dish of those little fish chunks with a Dr Pepper on the side !

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        Re:Costco's Cheesecakes Fri, 02/11/11 3:28 PM (permalink)
        Costco's in house bakeries are top-notch good.

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          • Location: Iowa City, IA
          Re:Costco's Cheesecakes Mon, 02/21/11 10:59 AM (permalink)
          My friend used their cheesecakes for his birthday... definitely a hit, sorry no b-day leftovers!

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            • Location: Pittsburgh, Pa
            Re:Costco's Cheesecakes Sun, 02/27/11 2:17 PM (permalink)
            The Costco Bakery at the Waterfront in West Homestead PA is KOSHER certified. They have the rabbi's letter posted at the front of the bakery. This is the only one in the Pittsburgh area that is KOSHER, to my knowledge. I assume it is because of the proximity to Squirrel Hill and its large Jewish population. I usually shop at the Robinson Costco, and they do not have a Kosher bakery.
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