Life & Style
Nibbles: Lunch at Costco
It is never a good idea to shop when you are hungry, especially because I am on this intermittent fasting diet. I don’t eat before 11 a.m. or after 7 p.m. So, there I was at Costco at noon, and I was famished. A friend had mentioned the sausage and pepper sandwich at Costco’s food court, so I ordered one. I guess everyone else knows about it, too, so I waited about 10 minutes for the $2.69 sandwich. The wait was worth it. Nestled in a soft grinder bun, the sweet sausage, almost 8 inches long, was thick and luscious, bathed in freshly sautéed peppers and onions. I ate the whole thing, although two moderately hungry people could share it. And remember to get a fork: by the time you are almost done, the sauce had soaked into the bottom of the bun, making it even more delicious! And it’s OK if you’re not a Costco member, you can get a sausage and pepper sandwich even if you’re not. But be sure to bring Visa or cash, they don’t take Mastercard.
Costco Sausage and Pepper Sandwich
Costco, 284 Flanders Road, East Lyme