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Apr 26, 2007 05:54 PM

Interesting Foodstuff At Costco (moved from SF)

We went to Richmond Costco yesterday and I spied a couple of interesting items for sale (didn't buy either). One was quart plastic tubs of "Korma" which was made in NY. They looked beautiful - sort of a fiery coral color.

The other was pomegranate ice cream bars - round bars of pom ice cream covered with chocolate.

Now I wish I'd bought the bars.

Anybody tried or heard of either or these?

Richmond Costco is also the first place I ever saw and bought those mochi ice cream balls that I love so well and everybody I know thinks are disgusting. Never saw them again, but they have em at TJs and BB.

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  1. If it was Sheer Bliss pomegranate ice cream bars somewhere in the linked thread someone liked the a lot. I like the pomegranite ice cream, but haven't had the bar yet.

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    1. re: rworange

      I checked those out at Nob Hill -- pomegranate is supposed to be healthy, but the calorie count on the Sheer Bliss was sky high. I guess they need lots of cream and sugar to balance the tartness/astringency of the pomegranate.

    2. i have! they are wonderful. they use a dark chocolate which goes great over the tart pom ice cream. very refreshing...i had them after a dinner of grilled salmon and chinese broccoli sauteed with garlic.

      1. In SF they have the fancy organic mushrooms. I think they are labeled royal trumpets of something like that. You can also find them at Whole Foods as well.
        They are really good.
        I also found duck confit, again the same brand as Whole Foods but way cheaper. They keep for a while in the fridge so you can stock up.

        1. Our Costco has tubes of pomegranate sorbet with vanilla ice cream and orange sorbet with vanilla ice cream. I haven't had them but my family loves them.

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          1. re: chowser

            ours has tropical fruit sorbets in the fruit shell (like what I remember getting at north end cafe's for dessert years ago) -- quite good. they always run out very quickly.