Karen/NoCA wrote:You did good Jenise, great find. I must get into the habit of visiting our store!
Sam Platt wrote:We check our local TJ Maxx continually. Thanks to the great buys from high end EEVO suppliers we get almost all of our olive oil there. We also picked up a 6 pack of Spiegelau Vino Grande Bordeaux glasses for $8 on one occasion. The best buy I ever got there, or anywhere for that matter, is a Rossignol ski jacket that retailed for $640 in my exact size for only $48! The only problem with it was that the stitching that joined the two "S"s on the monogram had come loose.
Frank Deis wrote:It's hard to get myself to TJ Maxx -- closest one is in a shopping center I don't visit often -- but I've heard about amazing things (Shun Knives) and last time I went I got some extremely clever plastic food storage boxes -- these are from Germany, the labels are in German, and the plastic is thick and clear, and the top will lie flat but you put it on top and fold down the four sides, snap snap snap snap, and it's a waterproof seal. Great for bringing something for lunch or keeping celery and carrots where I can see them and grab them in the fridge. We also got a really nice 4 wheel suitcase for a really cheap price. Will have to take a look for All Clad...
Mike Filigenzi wrote:Just got back from checking out one of our local TJ Maxx stores. There was indeed some All Clad stuff available, but it was limited to a few skillets and a pasta/stock pot. Nothing we need.
First time I've been in one of their stores and although I didn't buy anything this time, I plan to go back periodically to see what they have.
Drew Hall wrote:We have a lot of TJ'Maxx stores in our area and they all have a large collection of different olive oils but how do you know which ones are good? Fancy bottles and labels don't make for good olive oil always.
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