By now most of you in California (at least in the Bay Area, Orange County, or San Diego) have probably noticed Hawaiian Poke making appearances at your local Costco. The list of stores seems has been growing since my initial sighting in April and it sounds like their test period has been successful - the poke bar may be here to stay. A recent trip revealed that poke prices run around $16.99/lb to $17.99/lb for varieties of ahi tuna poke and $11.99/lb for shrimp poke. The poke bar may or may not be a stable addition to your local Costco. I've seen some places carry it consistently each week and other places carry it only occasionally whenever the blue seafood kiosk is in the store.
Lately I've been picking up bunches of organic carrots at Sprouts that still have their leafy tops attached to them. After a quick search to check that carrot greens are indeed edible (though somewhat bitter if eaten alone), I decided to make a pesto out of them. I've been using this pesto on pasta, scrambled eggs, veggies, pork - so many things can go with pesto! Be sure to wash your carrot greens well since they tend to be quite sandy.