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Best Items at Trader Joe's

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by randallr, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. whodini

    whodini Senior member

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    Syrah-soaked Toscano and the Wild Blueberry goat chevre cheeses are pretty damn good. The honey-smoked goat cheese was great, too, but TJ's seems to have taken it off the market.
     
  2. Johdus Fanfoozal

    Johdus Fanfoozal Senior member

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    Is the pumpkin tart out yet?
     
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    Lamb Vindaloo indian dish was delicious. You can make it in the microwave or oven, I opted for oven and wow was I surprised how good it was. Far exceeded any expectations I had. I'd recommend eating it with some warmed up naan bread. I'd also recommend buying 2 for a proper meal as it was quite small.
     
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  4. Reggs

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    I like TJ but I dont go there often since they never have good produce or meat. My ideal TJ would be in the same shopping complex as some random big box grocery store just to fill in the gaps.

    It's also impossible to park at mine.

    All this is a shame because I really like a lot of the food there.
     
  5. deejaysoy

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    Pumpkin Ice Cream!
     
  6. Kid Nickels

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    wasabi peas (they're actually spicy), ginger snap cookies (w/ real, candied ginger), Thai chili/lime peanuts and great prices on cheese!
     
  7. lbtemple

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    I am in Southern California and Trader Joe's is my main grocery store, I get dairy, coffee, fish, wine and a few other things there. the rest I split between the Mexican and Middle-Eastern grocery stores - better produce variety and quality, far cheaper prices and a great overall experience.
     
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    The blood oranges in the bag
     
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    roasted frozed corn..mixed with some organic black beans... crackin!
     
  11. justsayno

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    This thread deserves a bump.
     
  12. Kid Nickels

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    my bro and I were snackin' on the Thai Chili & Lime mixed nuts this afternoon.... damn those are good... and legitimately spicy!

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