This blog should come as a welcome resource to all of you that love shopping at Costco, and love reading blogs about it too. The Costco Cuisine blog is written by a guy that loves Costco and wants to show how a married couple, without kids, gets good use out of a Costco membership, as well as how Costco provides you with a lot of opportunities to upscale your food selection at very reasonable prices.
Costco Cuisine is brought to you courtesy of Mike who lives in Wyoming, Michigan and has been a Costco member for around three years. Here’s what he says about why he decided to start writing his blog:
We buy a lot of stuff at Costco and some of it is pretty basic like ground beef in the multi pound packs.(And I will do an entry sometime soon about how we buy six pounds of ground beef, cook it all up at once and put it in the freezer in a number of smaller packages that are the right size to cook one meal with). But some of the food is a little different, like the black bean burgers, Nutella or quinoa. Writing a blog makes me think about what we can do with all these fun and reasonably priced foods. And then, besides just my wife and I, other people can improve their food and their lives. I don’t have delusions about have a million followers, but if there are some people out there that get some good ideas from this blog, that is great.
His recent blog posts include things such asquinoa, proscuitto, Nutella, salsa, pizza, and black bean burgers. Seriously, he covers tons of various products that maybe you buy all the time or maybe you’ve been considering but don’t know what you’d do with it; now you have an additional resource to check out for Costco cooking. It’s a fairly new blog, that Mike started at the beginning of July but he’s already got 38 posts that you should check out.