Costco's made on the premisis Ravioli and Lasagne dish.

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2012/10/27 17:46:51 (permalink)

Costco's made on the premisis Ravioli and Lasagne dish.

I bought it thursday, had it last night, added some extra Marinara and Mozz, this dish is amazingly good, some of their dishes are hit or miss, this is a hit even without my add ons. Anyone else had it, it's fairly new?
post edited by chewingthefat - 2012/10/27 17:48:08
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    stricken_detective
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    Re:Costco's made on the premisis Ravioli and Lasagne dish. 2012/10/28 04:33:01 (permalink)
    The only time I buy ravs iis when it's a filling I have no desire to mess around with, like lobster.
     
    What kind of filling did the ravioli have?

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    Re:Costco's made on the premisis Ravioli and Lasagne dish. 2012/10/28 11:37:45 (permalink)
    stricken_detective

    The only time I buy ravs iis when it's a filling I have no desire to mess around with, like lobster.

    What kind of filling did the ravioli have?


    Ground Chuck, lots of meat in the sauce also. $12.00, 2 meals for me and my wife. $3.00 each, not bad!

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    Re:Costco's made on the premisis Ravioli and Lasagne dish. 2012/10/28 13:54:17 (permalink)
    Sounds good.  I've had a lot of misses there, lately.  Too much salt.
     
    Still can't beat their chickens.  I buy them to use in other dishes.
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