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    I just made some fish sticks from Trader Joe's. I don't like cooked fish at all but I actually was able to eat them!! The organic french fries lacked in flavor but I suppose when you're used to fat and salt in fries everything else seems very bland!
    Yup, with donuts!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buglover;3742632;
    And the garlic french fries!! OMG they are so good!
    That's the ultimate snack food for my boyfriend and I-we joke that once we get married, we'll need a freezer for all of the fries we'll eat!
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    Put a little mozzarella on them right at the end and it is an insane food!!
    Yup, with donuts!!

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    Just got off TJ's website. New store opening soon in Cambridge, MA. Triple Gemini, does that help you?

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    Just got off TJ's website. New store opening soon in Cambridge, MA. Triple Gemini, does that help you?
    There are lots of TJs in this area :-) It's nice having another, but I probably won't go to it...I'll stick with stores closer to me.

    Thanks for thinking of me :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleGemini;3743855;
    There are lots of TJs in this area :-) It's nice having another, but I probably won't go to it...I'll stick with stores closer to me.

    Thanks for thinking of me :-)

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    Have a great day!!

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    I finally got around to trying out the cheese souffle today...it's actually a bag of little cheese nuggets, so you can fill up the ramekin as full as you want to, or you can use a little muffin tin for bite-size souffles. It's actually really, really good. I highly recommend them, and they are a pretty effortless thing if you need some easy appetizers for Thanksgiving and other holiday events.
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    Okay I went today and there's more new things, or at least new to me! There's a sleeve of water crackers (basically a flat, wide cracker) that's $1, and great with the hummus and cornichons. (The boyfriend and I made a picnic out of those today) There's also a pumpkin waffle/pancake mix, a vegetarian queso, a beer bread mix, and a lot of cookies! I got a pack of the dark-chocolate covered peppermint Joe Joes, and man are they good. I may have to get a ton of them and freeze them, because they're quite the cookie/candy combo.
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    Gotta love TJ's... whenever I am at a loss for what to serve for dinner, I go to Trader Joe's belly up to the tasting bar. Everything is always wonderful and I have my inspiration for the night's meal

    Luckily for me I no longer have to drive the full 5 miles to the closest TJ's as they recently opened up another store 1.5 miles away from my house I am a happy TJ's shopper!!
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    I am definitely stocking up on the pastas because they have the four different pastas for $1, and I'm cooking giant pastas for the boyfriend so that he can have a good 6-8 meals at hand. Today, the tasting bar had the butternut squash ($2 a package) with cranberries, pecans, and then brown sugar. Talk about yum.
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