Bob H. wrote:I wish there was a Costco here to give Sams club a run for my $$.
Jenise wrote:No Costco in Lexington?
Robin Garr wrote:Jenise wrote:No Costco in Lexington?
No Costco anywhere in Kentucky, in fact - closest (not close enough) are in Indianapolis and in Memphis.
But we're getting one in Louisville soon, and I'm ready! Should have been here by now, but the plan was held up by NIMBY opposition from suburbanites whose tract mansions just replaced cornfields last year. :-Þ
Jenise wrote:Wow, it's taken this long to get a Costco there? NIMBY opposition can be fierce, but I thought we reserved these kinds of delays for Walmarts. Most towns have an industrialized area to fit a Costco into, and Costco doesn't seem to mind. People come anyway.
ChefCarey wrote:I use the Kirkland here quite a bit. Excellent product.
Jenise wrote:Leslie, our Costco never has markdowns--lucky you! No on trying the frozen tuna--let us know if you like it.
Good to see you here, btw. How's kitty?
Bob Henrick wrote:ChefCarey wrote:I use the Kirkland here quite a bit. Excellent product.
Chef, have you any experience with lebanese EVOO? I have seen it locally in an international (mostly middle east) market. it can be purchased in either a 4 liter can, or a 1.5 liter glass jar. The jar is clear glass ( the oil is a very dark green in color) and I am not exactly happy with that, but it is probably ok so long as I keep the jar in a dark pantry. I will be interested to see your thoughts. Thanks.
Leslie D. wrote:Tiggy is good, his last blood test was back to normal. Knock on wood. Glad to be here, the other forum kept getting me to sign in repeatedly. Hope everything is well with you and Bob.
To use a Bushism, I may be misremberifying
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