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  • clb239
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    Costco Visit

    Made a trip to Costco to pick up some goodies for Holiday Cooking...Pork Belly for some Burnt Ends...and a Ribeye Roast...

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  • RonB
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    #2
    Niiice!

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    • Skip
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      #3
      Nice! Looks like some FUN is ahead at your house!

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      • Troutman
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        #4
        I'm trying to fight the urge to go into CostCo, seems like everytime I do a $50 bill just jumps mysteriously out of my pocket, and that's just the entry fee

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        • BourBonQ
          BourBonQ commented
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          Can't seem go to Costco, Lowes, Home Depot or Ace without spending in increments of $100!

        • BriggsBBQ
          BriggsBBQ commented
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          Only 50....you show great restraint my friend.

        • Troutman
          Troutman commented
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          As I said, entrance fee. Exit fee is usually x5
      • JakeT
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        #5
        I'll have to fight the urge to not buy the whole prime rib and just get a small prime rib

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        • shify
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          • Jun 2017
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          • Westchester County, NY

          #6
          Awfully similar to my last trip this past weekend. A pork belly to make bacon (although a third of it might get re-directed to do pork belly burnt ends) and a package of 3 racks of st. louis spare ribs.

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            #7
            Planning on doing pork belly burnt ends myself as a Xmas treat as well.

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            • clb239
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              #8
              I was really tempted by the Prime Ribeye Roast. The marbling in them looked amazing but the triple digit price tag was a little too steep this time around.

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                #9
                Yep we were Christmas shopping at Costco last night, and I came out with ribs and chicken wings. I decided THAT is what I want for Christmas dinner with my side of the family this weekend. . I would do a brisket, but the women folk wanted more "finger foods" for grazing on, versus a sit down dinner. I told the wife that ribs and wings are both "finger foods"....

                I should have grabbed a brisket or pork belly while there, for a future cook.

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                • Frozen Smoke
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                  #10
                  I'm going to have to ignore these Costco threads they just anger and frustrate me because there is not one in my area and never will be. I guess Costco did consider it but decided not to due to population density.

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                  • RustyHaines
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                    • Sep 2017
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                    #11
                    I buy 90% of my meat at Costco and spent a good amount there in the last few weeks. Cannot pass up the bone-in pork loin roasts because they are only available at my Costco this time of year and then again at Easter. Also got SL rib three pack. I have no problem passing on the beef rib roasts due to price. For now my freezer is full . . . . .probably need a bigger freezer. What is your go to recipe/cook for Costco wings?

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                    • Rod
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                      #12
                      RustyHaines Pretty much this. I don't make the sauce or dressing. I just cook the wings like this and toss them in Blues Hog Original BBQ sauce cut with some butter. The wife likes Franks Red Hot/butter. Ridiculously good and easy. I get the frozen wings from Costco. It takes about 2 days in the fridge to thaw them out. Usually only cook about a third of the bag at a time.

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                      • RustyHaines
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                        Thanks. My go to cooking instructions for wings as well but always wanting to learn something new. We could probably talk sauces for forever. I use a chicken dipping sauce I get from a BBQ joint in North Carolina. And sometimes I just like them nek'd.

                      • new2smoking
                        new2smoking commented
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                        Just made these wings two nights ago, very easy. But, did it in the oven at 450º, so I probably shouldn't post on out favorite BBQ site! From Mark Bitman, NYT Times cooking: https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/...-chicken-wings
                        I used the melted butter and crushed a couple of garlic cloves, plus generous shakes from your favorite hot sauce (Arizona Pepper's Chipotle/Habenero sauce), back in the oven for 10 more minutes to brown and crisp a little more.
                    • BriggsBBQ
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                      • Feb 2016
                      • 299
                      • Dallas

                      #13
                      I just saw that Kroger and Tom Thumb are running choice ribeye roast for 4.50-4.75 per lb. I think I will have to check out my local Tom Thumb today and see how big of one I can get.

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                      • ColonialDawg
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                        • Oct 2017
                        • 487
                        • Coastal VA

                        #14
                        We decided on Christmas brisket this year. Can’t wait.

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                        • JoeSousa
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                          • Sep 2016
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                          • Spokane, WA

                          #15
                          I will be heading to Costco today or tomorrow to pick up some skirt steak for carne asada for Christmas. We usually do just a bunch of snacks and appetizers instead of a big meal and figured a simple taco bar would fit the bill.

                          But I wouldn't be surprised if some pork bellies and briskets end up in the cart as well.

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                          • new2smoking
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                            Joe,
                            In Seattle, I have never found skirt steak (called 'entraña' by my Chilean Patagonian son-in-law) at Costco. Maybe you have a larger Mexican community in Spokane, so they stock it there. Skirt is my favorite cut. Tiene mucho sabor!
                            Daniel

                          • JoeSousa
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                            I have seen skirt at our Costco before. At least I think I have seen it there.

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