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post #16 of 172
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
It's not always terrible quality, but it really bothers me that it's relatively low quality + prepackaged.
agree with foodguy, but also have gotten home and found mold hiding behind the label enough that i don't really bother anymore.
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it's just that it's relatively low price, too..
$9 for a pound of leeks?
post #17 of 172
Pesto Pizza is very good. Crust is the best of all the pizzas they offer. Produce is horrible as stated. Also most of the frozen dinners. Cheese good, beer good, wine good.
post #18 of 172
My ex didn't really have much time or inclination for cooking, so she bought a lot of prepared and frozen stuff from Trader Joe's. Everything I ate I remember tasting fine, and pretty good for frozen meals.
post #19 of 172
the med plate is not bad if you are in a rush and need lunch.
post #20 of 172
Chicken Tikka Masala (brown box in frozen section) and their naan is pretty damn good for frozen Indian food.

Beer.

Edit: Add yogurt covered raisins.
post #21 of 172
chocolate covered almonds with sea salt and sugar
post #22 of 172
Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups.

Joe Joe's (Oreos are $5.29 here, Joe Joe's $2.59)

Cheese is good.

TJ Almond Milk (gf loves it).

Frozen pizza isn't bad for lazy dinner.

Maple Syrup is a good value.

Mini chicken cilantro dumplings.

Beer.
post #23 of 172
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Originally Posted by ama View Post
chocolate covered almonds with sea salt and sugar

This?



+1.

lefty
post #24 of 172
New York Magazine had a blind pasta tasting and their 99 cent pasta won. http://nymag.com/restaurants/features/56269/
post #25 of 172
The Thai Gyoza and the Maple cookies.
post #26 of 172
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post
This?



+1.

lefty

Yes, those are so good.
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post #28 of 172
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post
New York Magazine had a blind pasta tasting and their 99 cent pasta won.
oh yeah, their pasta is good. i used that spaghetti last night actually.
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post #30 of 172
Their fresh pizza dough is pretty good for what it is. Like $1.50 and easy to pick up and make a pie in <20 minutes.

Coffee is a good deal usually.

I like their bread.

Cereal, granola, frozen fruits for shakes, wine, beer, this during christmas:

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