One of the last few things to try at an American Costco, we finally got the Hot Turkey & Provolone Sandwich. At $3.99, it is a lot cheaper than in Canada. It had so many layers of sliced turkey meat, sliced tomatoes, red onion rings, provolone cheese, and an adequate amount of the basil garlic mayonnaise on the toasted torta roll. Not a fan of processed meat, the turkey was just okay to me. It was tender and slightly savoury, and the amount of meat that was given definitely justified the price. The sandwich was fresh from the oven when I got it, so the cheese was a gooey, melted, delicious mess. It was stretchy and savoury… absolutely cheesilicious! The tomatoes were slightly refreshing and the onions tasted good with its sweet flavour and crunchy texture. There was no sting from the onion, which I greatly appreciated, since it was cooked just enough to be sweet yet not spicy. The basil garlic mayonnaise was also nicely flavoured and tasted great on the soft and chewy roll. The roll was warm and had a nice, crunchy exterior with a soft inside. Overall, the combination of flavours was harmonious and deliciously toasty.
Melted, Gooey, and Warm – Costcoon August 20, 2012