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Costco Canada East Secret Sale Items Apr 22nd – Apr 29th 2019 – Ontario, Quebec & Atlantic Canada

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Hello and happy Post-Easter weekend Costco Shoppers!

Yes, that weekend always feels kind of like the final hurdle heading into May, and trust me this week will fly by and then BOOM… MAY!!! (and may the 4th star wars jokes will be not too far behind that I promise!) While we did have a couple of sunny days last week, I feel like we had some typical springtime wet weather as well and I’m OK with that for now but am really looking forward to some more sunny days like today!

Anyhow I hope you all had a great weekend with families and friends (or if not, a nice quiet relaxing weekend perhaps with some kitties!)

Dexter, Cats of Costco Ewok

(I love disturbing Dexter while he’s trying to clean himself… he looks so bothered by it!)

I hope you all got the message about the product recall regarding the Kirkland Veggie burgers potentially containing metal… Yikes, that wouldn’t be fun at all! But that’s why I try and stay on the food recall ball, hopefully it helps you folks out.

So last week I made Kim-chi and I anticipated it would be gone by now. Well, I was only half right. We’ve only got through half of it so far (not like it goes bad or anything) and while this is my own recipe, I have been looking through and drooling over a few other recipes in a new cookbook of mine. The aptly titled “The KimChi Cookbook

Image result for the kimchi cookbook

The book is full of history, and of course fantastic & different ways to make and incorporate kimchi into other dishes that I otherwise wouldn’t have thought of… Like Kimchi hollandaise sauce, why not? Kimchi marinade for a skirt steak?? Sure, that salty pungent flavor matching with tender juicy steak… absolutely! Kimchi pancakes??? Yes, that is a thing and my god are they ever delicious… Just add sour cream….mmmmm….

I was also thinking about this odd combo, what about diced up Kim-chi with good ‘ol fashioned Kraft Dinner? I know, I know, I know… sounds crazy and weird, but so are my taste buds. Think about it though, rich and creamy mac ‘n cheese with salty, spicy, pungent kimchi (has all the balances you should look for in a meal, sour, spicy, salty, fatty, umami… Read the flavor bible for more on those things though)

flavor bible book

Also just a solid book to have around when looking for flavor pairings, very much like a textbook though so it’s not full of recipes… But if you’re cooking Monkfish it’ll list off all the complimentary flavors that match that kind of fish. I highly advise having a copy of this around, it can help break up any culinary stagnation lingering in your cooking routines by encouraging you to try different ingredients.

OK OK OK I know I’m blathering on about cooking & kimchi AGAIN, so lets take a look at A few Meat sales on at the Kingston, ON. Costco Warehouse

Also Natrel Butter is back to $3.99/lb

Oh, I was wondering if anyone has used one of those Google Chromecast things… I don’t know much about them but if I means I could get rid of the Cable bill, I’d be OK with that! Anyone???

They’re on sale for $74.99 ($12.00 off)

All that being said, I’m going to get a move on here, lot’s to do still today and still a little bit of sunshine left to soak up!

Have a good evening folks, see you next week.

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.

***This is a fan run, independent page with no affiliation or endorsement by Costco Wholesale***

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 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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    • Hello Fatema! Thank you for reading as always and great to hear from you! Hope you’ve had a great week so far!

  1. The warehouse in April 23 has not opened yet… Read the date on that laptop it’s proof time traveling is real!

  2. First of all thank you for all that you do to bring us these Treasure Hunts each week. They are informative and sure help in planning for this weeks purchases. Even though there is a disclaimer that not all items are available in local Costcos I accept that. What the sad part is in our area is that they closed the old Costco and opened a brand new one in a new location. Since that point many of the posts you show are rarely available or the original price still applies. Another thing I have noticed if you watch closely… Often the advertised flyer items are marked up and then a coupon added for that week. No real savings….maybe if you are lucky a $1. So in NB it is so different that the big cities in Ontario and Quebec.

    • Hello Darlene, thank you for reading and for commenting! Sorry to hear about your old Costco, maybe they just haven’t quite caught up with everything at the new location yet? It could be under new management as well which could effect some of the sales.

  3. Hi there,

    Thanks for all the work you do with this blog. To address your question about Chromecast, I’ve had one for about five years. The standard version (which I have) works great for our 55” Samsung TV, and cost about $40 or $45 at Best Buy. The “ultra” version that Costco is selling is good for up to 4K (ultra hi-def resolution), and may be more suitable if super-clear picture is what you’re after. Keep in mind that the source is also a key issue, though; if you use Chromecast to project a low-quality YouTube video (for example) to your hi-def TV with a Chromecast ultra, it might not look any better than with a regular Chromecast.
    The other thing is, you still need a source – YouTube on your phone, Netflix on your laptop, or whatever you’re using – as a signal for Chromecast to “pick up” and send to your tv. If a person just plugs Chromecast into the tv, it doesn’t create its own tv streams and channels and such; you’d still need a source for that. Chromecast essentially acts as a projector to bring pictures to your TV screen more than anything else. Thus, I wouldn’t say it will replace your cable, unless you find your self watching YouTube or similar streaming-source-videos on a regular basis. I hope that helps 🙂


  4. Thanks for all your hard work – it’s much appreciated!

    I have the original Google Chromecasts, and absolutely love them. They’re great for casting from a phone, iPad or computer to either of my HD (not 4K) TVs or old time stereos (without Bluetooth that is). The one you posted will also cast to 4K TVs.

    We recently got Bell Fibe TV, with one box for the main TV. Using Chromecast, I can cast Bell TV to our second TV using my iPad and the Bell Fibe TV app. That saves around $8/month for a second box.

    Bottom line: I highly recommend them, and great for music also.

    • Hey Keith, thank you for reading! Thanks for the info there, Sounds like something I may be able to use though we do like having news networks available I suppose we could stream them from our laptops/phones.

  5. Every Tuesday morning, I have my brekkie with your blog to see what I “need” @ Costco ?….
    That Delyssa olive oil is a good buy. Since I avoid Italian evoo, it’s become my “go to” brand. At Christmas, they have a 4 bottle box of flavoured oils that I’ve bought two years in a row for giving but so far have kept them for meeeee. So much for generosity eh? Cheers and thanks! Jan

    • Hello Jan! Thank you as always for thinking of me and enjoying the blog! I look forward to your comments every week! I have one of those 4 packs as well that I bought as a “gift” that never got “gifted” I guess I’m gonna have to use it now as well!

  6. Thank you so much for keeping us informed week by week. Do you happen to recall if the gazebo goes on sale at some point?

    • Hello Joselle, I don’t believe it goes on sale per se, but I do believe the put it on clearance towards the end of the season. Thank you so much for reading and commenting!

    • Hello Minsu, yes it is! It’s also deliciously addictive and has become a comfort food for me. Even just the process of making it is relaxing!

    • Thank you Twinkle, I’m sure I’ll have some more tasty food for you to see next week! (I’d better get cookin’!)

  7. As a Korean, I am so happy hear that you are untested in Kimchi and made one! Lots of work but worth it for sure :). Thx for the amazing post every week!

    • Thank you Chelsea! I’ve loved Kimchi for as long as I can remember and as a cook I decided a few years ago I’d give it a try and I”m so glad I did, it’s a staple in my house and I have friends asking for it all the time! Thank you for reading and enjoying!

  8. Price correction: Pasta Romana Ricotta&Spinach Manicotti $7.89 (Item number 327781) – It was $5.99 at the Markham East Costco when I bought it yesterday.

  9. Hello, thank you so very much again for all your hard work and dedication to bringing us all of the Costco items on sale. I always look forward to your posts! Keep up the good work! 🙂

    By the way, those Aussie Bites are addictive, they are so delicious!!!
    Also, they rarely come on sale so I highly recommend them everyone!!

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