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Costco Canada Flyer sales & sale Items Sept 21st – 27th 2020 – Ontario, Quebec & Atlantic Canada

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Hello all and happy Monday!

First off Jan in Waterdown you’d better get your shopping list out because “our” favorite sauce is on sale!

This has been pretty well the only pre-made sauce we’ve been buying for years now, and have yet to find an equal. So of course I always stock up when it goes on sale! Jan you’d better stock up as well.

Going hand in hand with the White Linen marinara sauce is the Go Go Quinoa spaghetti, which is on sale right now as well for $2.00 off @ $7.99.

There are a few really good gluten free pastas out there, and this is one of them! It has a slightly meatier texture than a few of the other brands, but that’s OK with us and I find that holds up really well with thicker red sauces and creamy mushroom ones as well! (like the one I mentioned a few weeks ago, read that here!)

I’ll say it again, when it comes to cooking gluten free pasta we’ve found the best way is to cook it to “al dente” (slightly underdone) and then do the unthinkable…. Rinse it really well under cold cold water…. I know that’s sacrilegious and there are likely a lot Italian grandmother shaking their fingers at me, and that’s OK because it works!

Once you are ready to eat, you can either toss the pasta in with the sauce to mix and heat it gently, or do what we do and pour boiling water over it from the kettle and top it with the sauce. It works out perfect for us every time!

We decided to pick up a package of these Yves veggie burgers today as well.

For the longest time they weren’t gluten free, but now apparently they are! So while we love the Dr. Praegers veggie burgers (and have lots of them) we figured it would be nice to have a little variety. So we’ll give them a try and see how they are… Anyone out there had them? How do they compare to your personal favorites??

Hopefully you all had a great weekend?

We actually had Sunday off together for the first time since… I don’t know maybe sometime in June? So it was nice for us to sleep in a little bit and then get a bunch of yard work done, including finally planting some Tulip and Allium bulbs!

I planted 10 of the Allium and probably 60 or 70 of the Tulips, and then I’ll plant the rest next weekend to give them a bit of time between blooms.

Hard to even really think as far ahead as next spring but this will be one of those things that you kind of forget about until they start to pop up and then it’ll be really exciting!

Have any of you got a bunch of bulbs planted you’re excited about seeing in the spring/summer?

I know (now) we have a bunch of dwarf Iris’ and some tulips (a bunch more now obviously) but that was it for early spring flowers. Maybe some hyacinths would be a nice fit as well? I mean they smell delicious!!!

Speaking of smelling, I feel it’s time to remind ourselves how to properly wear a face mask & it should be covering your nose, mouth & chin.

I walked by an older woman towards the end of my shop today with her mask pulled down around her chin. I could see her at the end of the aisle and thought “well how the heck am I gonna tell this one about her mask?” I decided to take a pretty calm approach and as I passed by her (as far as I could get from her) I said something along the lines of “you should have your mask on properly Ma’am”…. Nothing, no response. I spoke audibly and directed at her. She did not want to hear me apparently. She walked right by me and said nothing…

I don’t know what to say folks, I was a little surprised at the moment but also… Not surprised. Still disappointed though.

Anyhow, I don’t want to get into that discussion tonight.

Let’s look at a few of the sales instead!

Sealy posturepedic Clairborne double mattress -$70.00 @ 229.99

Health balance grape seed 360 capsules 100mg -$5.00 @ 14.99

Nizoral shampoo 3 x 120ml -$6.00 @ 11.99

Buckleys original mixture 2 x 200ml -$3.00 @ 11.99

Kirkland signature 16 x 25″ filter pack of 4 -$8.00 @ 31.99

I think this is a good place to leave it today folks.

Enjoy your week, stay safe and wear you mask properly!!!

As we are all getting back to normal and kids are heading back to school I think it’s important to remember that we’re not out of the COVID-19 weeds yet, and each province has their own Health recommendations based on the provinces individual risk assessment and I would recommend that you follow the recommendations for your specific province. Information can be found at the following websites.

Ontario COVID-19 information

Quebec COVID-19 information

Newfoundland COVID-19 information

P.E.I. COVID-19 information

New Brunswick COVID-19 information

Nova Scotia COVID-19 information

So there you go, a little reading material for you.

Please note:
The price at your local Costco takes precedent (or precedence) over the prices listed on this blog.
Costco liquidation/Manager’s Special items (ending in .97) vary from store to store.
An asterisk (*) on the price tag means the item is not being re-ordered.

If there is something you really want, ***double check the expiry date*** as some Costco sales items do end mid-week.

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The food brands available can differ from region to region. Pictures are taken at a store in Ontario. Sale items should apply to Costco locations in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Nova Scotia, if the item is in stock at your store. There will likely be a few deals not shown here in your store. If this blog has helped you save money, consider sharing www.cocoeast.ca with your friends and family! If you see deals at your store that aren’t on this blog, post them in the comments and help spread the money saving love!

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    • Thank you Irene, I appreciate the support!
      Sometimes it’s hard to know whats going on with people and the reasoning behind their actions. My concern is for my safety and the safety of others when I ask people to put masks on… For all we know any of us could be asymptomatic and transmitting it to others if they aren’t wearing their mask so I’m looking out for them as much as myself and the community!

  1. Thank you for all your work! I love checking your blog.
    I have a question about your bulbs, what do you do about the squirrels? Any tips for a beginner?

    • Hi Sybille, thank you for reading and supporting!
      We do have squirrels around here but they aren’t interested in the bulbs yet… Not sure why! I think Lauri has a response to your question above though!
      Good luck with your bulbs!

  2. Good for you getting your bulbs planted, I have always wanted to try allium.

    Thanks very much for all your hard work, it is much appreciated!

    Happy fall everyone, enjoy the weather this week.

    Stay safe 🙂 🎍 🎋 🍃 🍂 🍁 🍄 🐚 🌾 💐 🌷 🌹 🥀 🌺 🌸 🌼 🌻 🌞 🌝 🌛

  3. Just something to think about – perhaps it’s best to just leave people to do as they are? You don’t always know the reasons for people not wearing a mask, or wearing it incorrectly. My MIL has medical reasons enough to not wear a mask at all, but she really tries hard to wear it as long as possible until she simply cannot tolerate it. She doesn’t go out much, only when necessary for groceries etc. I would be very angry if I saw someone say anything to her about it in my presence. We just don’t know what other people are going through, let’s all try to keep that in mind and be kind regardless.

    • I agree with you Chrissy that we certainly don’t know what other people are going through and I do appreciate your sentiment about making sure we are all being kind to each other through all of this. That being said when I see someone not wearing a mask and I ask them to put it on properly it’s for their safety as much as mine. As little as we know about this virus we do know that you can be asymptomatic and transmit it to others.
      Also as someone who works in the service industry I deal with people everyday who do not want to follow the rules, so it’s my general reaction to gently remind people of the regulations in effect and the rules we’re supposed to follow. If your MIL has a medical condition and someone asks her to wear her mask she can explain that to that person in a calm manner, and that has happened in my restaurant. So as much as I am sensitive to what other folks are going through, I will always ask someone to put their mask back on, and if they have a condition that prevents that, well that is OK too.
      We will all get through this together Chrissy, yes with kindness and understanding but also following the mask and physical distancing/gathering regulations.

  4. Alliums are great and the foliage dies down early. In fact, the foliage comes up before the flower stalk. If you have squirrel problems, alliums are great because the little buggers don’t like them. The same is true for daffodils. I used to grow tulips but I got fed up with the squirrels eating not only the bulbs but also the flower buds. Alliums multiply quite easily and you can divide them after a few years. Divide as soon as the foliage dies back.

    • That’s great to know Marie. So far we haven’t had any problems with squirrels and our bulbs… Just lucky I suppose!
      I’m very excited for these Alliums, the look so pretty!

  5. Woohoo for the sauce! I’ll have to grab a pile of it for the winter. I’ve been reading a few articles speculating on what will be the shortage items during the second wave. Any ideas?
    And speaking of folks wearing their masks improperly, maybe we could have a venting post where we all get to tell our best (worst?) Costco mask encounter!? Could be fun and stress relieving!
    Cheers ‘n’ chill ‘n’ thanks! Jan

    • Hahaha, well Jan I think that would anger just as many folks as it would entertain based on my encounters and experiences… Though I do like the idea….
      Yes grab a “pile” of our favorite sauce and stash it away!
      As for shortages I’d imagine it’ll be similar to the first wave only I don’t think it’ll be as bad. I think most people, sorry HOPE most people got prepared well in advance for the second wave which we new was inevitable… But we shall see in the coming weeks how it goes.
      Stay safe and healthy Jan!

  6. Thank you for the updates ! Can’t wait to go to Costco for my grocery run – it’s been too long pre-covid. I used to browse after work to look in the grocery section. This blog post helps me organize what to look forward – excited to stock up on the ‘Better than Bouillon’ for recipe calls for chicken stock (love to make my own too but it’s a lot of work and limited time span in the fridge).

  7. Thanks for the pics. Best pic: Kirkland Signature furnace filters. Great when these go on sale. (psst, I think these are made by Filtrete). Garden bulb packs look great. We got 65 bulbs for $16.99: 12 allium + 13 narcissus + 20 iris + 20 muscari. When daytime temps begin to drop will plant in pots and over winter in garage/shed. Too many bulb eating critters around to put them directly in the soil in our area 🙂

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