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    Vision,
    Did TJ recently change the supplier of their Pound Plus chocolate bar?

    It seems to have changed flavor and consistency. It has a definite coconut undertone to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron View Post
    Vision,
    Did TJ recently change the supplier of their Pound Plus chocolate bar?

    It seems to have changed flavor and consistency. It has a definite coconut undertone to it.


    really? I hadnt heard.

    i know things have changed with Ghiradelli, but I dont think they supplied that anyway.

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    oh ya. another thing i like is those frozen hashbrowns... mr. box is half french/half scottish so i make him a brit breakfast once a week or every few weeks... with the hashbrown and toast fried in the bacon fat!

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    Tried the Chocolate Croissants....not too shabby! Lots of butter packed in those things-it was the first time I ever baked a pastry item where I had to drain the excess grease.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hipcheck View Post
    Tried the Chocolate Croissants....not too shabby! Lots of butter packed in those things-it was the first time I ever baked a pastry item where I had to drain the excess grease.
    i bake them on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet. the parchment paper sucks up whatever grease comes out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunchbox View Post
    i bake them on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet. the parchment paper sucks up whatever grease comes out.
    I used wax paper so there ya go.
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    I recently discovered a corn salsa (tomatoless) that is quite tasty! It's in the salsa (not fresh salsa) section next to the chips. It's sweet, so if you're more into salty, it may not measure up for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VisionQuest View Post
    really? I hadnt heard.

    i know things have changed with Ghiradelli, but I dont think they supplied that anyway.
    It's not the Ghiradelli. The pound plus is marked as imported form Belgium.
    I'm not positive that it changed, but my taste buds are pretty reliable.

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    wow, surprised no one mentioned the frozen pizza's. those things kick ass and are way better than what you find in the grocery store.

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    Just got back from TJs and picked up two bottles of the Novella Synergy.

    In addition to the praise here, it seemed to be a popular selection at the store as there were only four bottles left after I took my two.

    Other wines looked fully stocked.


    I'm gonna start hitting my local TJs more often after scouring & inventorying this thread.

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