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2011/03/17 13:49:52 (permalink)

Costco's new dogs

I/4 lb. all beef Kirkland brand...IMHO, as good as a dog gets!
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    pnwchef
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 14:06:46 (permalink)
    And we all know Chewy, you know a good dog when you see one........What did they replace Hebrew National with when they stopped selling them ????????/////////////
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 14:20:12 (permalink)
    But what's it like when it's split and grilled, topped with grainy mustard, pickle relish, chopped onions and sauerkraut, and served in a toasted, split-top bun -- the only way a hot dog should be cooked and eaten?
    post edited by Michael Hoffman - 2011/03/17 14:21:58
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 14:52:47 (permalink)
    Last time I was in Costco here in Brick, they were still selling Hebrew National at the food court and in the store. Is it a national changeover????
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 15:01:48 (permalink)
    Did Hebrew National take back their umbrellas?
     
     
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 15:02:53 (permalink)
    The changeover was due to the dwindling supply of Kosher cows.
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 15:17:02 (permalink)
    I believe in Hot Dog power centers, they are continuing 
    with the Hebrew National; the rest of the country gets Kirkland. Someone can correct me if I'm wrong.
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 15:23:43 (permalink)
    mar52

    The changeover was due to the dwindling supply of Kosher cows.

     

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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 15:43:24 (permalink)
    mar52

    The changeover was due to the dwindling supply of Kosher cows.


    Are you kidding? Where I live there's a whole herd of them. Weird looking cows, they are. No back ends.
     
    I wonder how they swish the flys away in summer.
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 15:52:34 (permalink)
    Maybe in areas without a sizeable Jewish population they would sell more by branding them Kirkland??
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 16:01:47 (permalink)
    I must raise Kosher cows, I always catch them giving the pigs a dirty look....................
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 16:06:56 (permalink)
    Are they still doing that?
     
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 16:10:25 (permalink)
    Wondering if Holy Cows would be a good substitute.
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 16:19:09 (permalink)
    How can you tell a Holy cow? By the way it wears a tallit
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 16:25:18 (permalink)
    No Michael, they are at the feed lot for the next few weeks. then they are off to the processor................
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 16:41:24 (permalink)
    Holy Cows will be eating alfalfa hamentashen this weekend.
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 16:46:59 (permalink)
    PNWCHEF

    And we all know Chewy, you know a good dog when you see one........What did they replace Hebrew National with when they stopped selling them ????????/////////////

    They still carry the Hebrew National brand, for how long who knows? The Kirkland brand is actually more expensive, hard to figure that, except to think superior quality.

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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 16:48:35 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    But what's it like when it's split and grilled, topped with grainy mustard, pickle relish, chopped onions and sauerkraut, and served in a toasted, split-top bun -- the only way a hot dog should be cooked and eaten?

    It's like...delicious!
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 16:50:06 (permalink)
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    Last time I was in Costco here in Brick, they were still selling Hebrew National at the food court and in the store. Is it a national changeover????

    The foodcourt has changed to the Kirkland here.

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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 17:06:03 (permalink)
    Chewy, I just called on getting some Black Angus calves for my pasture. Last year at this time I paid $1.10 lb, this year they are $1.47. The two cows I bought for $900, and now worth about $3200. I think we are going to see beef prices going higher soon...........PNWC
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 17:11:27 (permalink)
    mar52

    Holy Cows will be eating alfalfa hamentashen this weekend.


    I'll be darned. You're right. But I wonder if they'll eat the prune ones.
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 17:14:32 (permalink)
    Sitting here wondering why Costco would name its hot dogs after its hometown causes me to worry about the thoughts that run through my alleged mind.
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 17:16:46 (permalink)
    I'll be darned. You're right. But I wonder if they'll eat the prune ones.

     
    Then they'd just be regular cows.
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 17:19:03 (permalink)
    mar52

    I'll be darned. You're right. But I wonder if they'll eat the prune ones.


    Then they'd just be regular cows.

    Very quick!

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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 17:21:18 (permalink)
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    Chewy, I just called on getting some Black Angus calves for my pasture. Last year at this time I paid $1.10 lb, this year they are $1.47. The two cows I bought for $900, and now worth about $3200. I think we are going to see beef prices going higher soon...........PNWC

    No question, produce too...checked tomatoes lately?

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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 17:24:40 (permalink)
    Chewy, I stopped serving tomatoes, I just give them a ounce of Gold instead.
     
    Michael, thanks for the welcome back, I am on Work Release for 15 days with the new name..............
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 17:25:04 (permalink)
    Allowing thoughts about why anyone would name a pastry after a guy who's been hanged must be one of the main reasons I don't get much work done.
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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 17:27:38 (permalink)
    PNWCHEF

    Michael, thanks for the welcome back, I am on Work Release for 15 days with the new name..............

    Just as long as you make it through the halfway house. It's good to see you.

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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 17:29:45 (permalink)
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    Chewy, I just called on getting some Black Angus calves for my pasture. Last year at this time I paid $1.10 lb, this year they are $1.47. The two cows I bought for $900, and now worth about $3200. I think we are going to see beef prices going higher soon...........PNWC

    No question, produce too...checked tomatoes lately?

    I read that Wendy's is not putting tomatoes on sandwiches unless the customers request them.

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    Re:Costco's new dogs 2011/03/17 17:46:55 (permalink)
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    Michael, thanks for the welcome back, I am on Work Release for 15 days with the new name..............

    Just as long as you make it through the halfway house. It's good to see you.


    Michael, watch out who you associate with, I'm damaged goods........I'm working my way back up the ladder..............
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