Costco Food & Product Reviews

Costco Olivieri Cannelloni Review

Cannelloni is a cylindrical shaped pasta that’s filled and usually served topped with sauce. The thing that makes me unsure about this Costco Olivieri Cannelloni is that there’s no meat in it. This Costco cannelloni was too convenient and reasonably priced for me to pass by without picking…

Costco Kewpie Roasted Garlic Onion Dressing & Marinade Review

A good everyday salad dressing has the perfect balance of savory, salty, slightly sweet and a bit tangy. This Costco Kewpie Roasted Garlic Onion Dressing & Marinade caught my eye as a “multipurpose dressing” and I picked up a bottle hoping it fulfill all my dressing and marinading…

Costco Delici Lemon Meringue Pie Review

If you love meringue pie but don’t want to buy an entire pie or go to the work of making one from scratch these Delici Lemon Meringue Pie desserts from Costco are a great option. They can be enjoyed cold or heated and are conveniently packaged in individual…

Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Hard-Boiled Eggs Review

Eggs are rich in nutrients, healthy fat and protein and can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Peeling hard-boiled eggs can be tedious and frustrating but the Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Hard-Boiled Eggs come already cooked, peeled and ready-to-eat! The idea of a packaged hard-boiled egg initially…

Costco Poppies Belgian Coconut Cookies Review

It’s not easy to find gluten-free, dairy-free cookies but Costco never fails at delivering something for everyone! These Poppie’s Belgian Coconut Cookies are actually made in Belgium and seem like the perfect little snack to curb any sweet craving. Is it worth buying a bag? Find out below!…

Costco Arumi Korean Style Vegetable Pancakes Review

These vegetable pancakes that are imported from Korea are super flavorful and full of tasty vegetables. The edges are nice and crispy while the center is soft and chewy. With that said, is there anything to not love about these unique Arumi Korean Style Crispy Vegetable Pancakes from…

Costco Kewpie Mayonnaise Review

Are you wondering what Japanese mayonnaise is and why it’s so amazing? If you are, you’ve come to the right place. Costco is carrying the Kewpie Mayonnaise that’s been increasing in popularity across North America but has been a staple in Japan since the 1920s. I hadn’t tried…

Costco Kirkland Signature Sous Vide Pork Belly Review

If I had to make a list of the most universally loved foods in the world, bacon would definitely be on it. There aren’t too many people out there who dislike bacon. Although bacon is often made from pork belly, I suspect public opinion on the latter is…

Costco Aidells Organic Chicken & Apple Smoked Chicken Sausage Review

There are many different varieties of sausages available at Costco, but these Aidells Organic Chicken & Apple Sausages piqued my interest with their simple, clean, organic ingredients. Keep reading to find out whether they’re as healthy as they sound and how I served them! I’ve tried so many…

Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Marinara from Tuscany Review

My favorite tomato sauce from Costco has always been the Rao’s Homemade Marinara Sauce but this Kirkland Signature Organic Marinara from Tuscany may be my new favorite! The sauce is made in Italy from Tuscan grown tomatoes and Toscano PGI extra virgin olive oil. Find out the many…

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Costcuisine is a website and online community dedicated to Costco-loving foodies like me! Costcuisine isn’t associated with Costco in any way though. Costcuisine started off as a hobby for me. I didn’t know how many people would read my posts, but I realized pretty quickly that I’m not the only person who loves both food and shopping at Costco!

I’m happy that I can help other Costco fans find the best stuff in their local warehouses. I also try to provide useful information, like cooking instructions for products (in case you threw out your package by accident like I have countless times!) and nutrition information. For me, the best part of Costcuisine is that I’ve met a ton of other Costco fans and I get to interact with them through this website and my various social media accounts.