My family tried 2 TJ raviolis today: Artichoke (artichoke hearts, mascarpone, parmesean) and Greek (graviera cheese, Kalamata olives, spinach, sun dried tomatoes). They were both surprisingly good. Not Chowhound earthmoving good but worth keeping in the freezer for I-don't-want-to-cook nights. Artichoke cost 2.89 and Greek was 2.98; 9 ounces each.
Inspired by Ruth Lafler's and other recent posts we also had a TJ Greek yogurt tasting. Surprisingly they did not like the texture or taste of the Total 2%, they did like the addition of honey. I thought the Total 0% was the best nonfat yogurt I've ever had (especially when I added a squirt of honey). All were $1.59 each.
They also had mini sweet bell peppers--red, yellow and orange--only 2.19--great snacks.