The beef kebabs are pretty tasty. Comes in a 2 pack of 6 kebabs. Heated them up in the air fryer for 6 minutes, threw them on a low carb wrap with lettuce, pickled onion, feta cheese, greek yogurt and ranch dressing.
I picked some up based on this recommendation. I did not care for these hamburger planks. YMMV.
I also did not care for the Australian Licorice posted a while back. While the flavor wasn't great, it wasn't terrible, but I thought the texture was strangely waxy.
Spelled kabob only in 'murica. My wife is a very picky eater and loves them. No, they may not be as good as kebabs from a street vendor in NYC but very flavorful and relatively low carb. You can Google the reviews, generally positive. YMMV. That's the nice thing about Costco, you can always take it back if it doesn't meet expectations.
My most hiking-relevant Costco find: Tasty Bite Madras Lentils.
They're a screaming deal when they're on sale — which happens at least once a year. They basically taste like vegetarian chili, and they're not bad at room temp, so they're perfect for backpacking or car camping if you don't feel like firing up a stove. (If you do want to heat them up, just toss the packet in some boiling water.)
You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum
Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate NWHikers.net earns from qualifying purchases when you use our link(s).