ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 19:   A Police vehicle is seen at Costco on November 19, 2020 in Adelaide, Australia. Lockdown Restrictions Take Effect In South Australia As Authorities Work To Contain COVID-19 Cluster Outbreak South Australian premier Steven Marshall has announced new lockdown restrictions across the state for the next six days in response to growing new COVID-19 cases in the community. The new restrictions came into effect at 12:01 on Thursday, with all South Australians required to stay home for the next six days and only able to leave home for essential purposes. People cannot leave their homes to exercise and only one person per household can visit a supermarket per day. All schools are closed except for children of essential workers and vulnerable children while childcare will be open only to essential workers. Aged care and residential disability care is in lockdown. Takeaway food outlets, restaurants, bars, cafes, pubs and other food venues are closed and non-essential business and industry will shut down while weddings and funerals will be banned for six days. The use of face masks or face coverings outside the home are encouraged but not mandatory. (Photo by Roy VanDerVegt/Getty Images)

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The Returning Costco Dessert That Has Instagram Blowing Up
Last year, when Redditors turned their attention to Costco’s key lime pie, user ieatoatmeal exclaimed, "I ate an entire one by myself a few years back, but I haven't been able to find it the past 2 years." However, it no longer needs to be a distant fan memory, because Costco has brought back this Kirkland Signature Key Lime Pie and Instagram is loving it.
Costco brought back the oversized pie that weighs a whopping 68 ounces, or 4.25 pounds, just in time for the Fourth of July celebrations. Instagrammer Costco Buys shared a video of the pie and noted that this tangy dessert has a buttery graham cracker crust and sells for $15.99 at their location.
While one pie enthusiast declared that “this is how we eat our feelings,” others lamented that Costco should have a smaller version of the pie, adding “I really wish Costco would do 1/2 pies. We are not a large family and it would be wasteful to buy one." However, the community had a solution ready: eat half and freeze the rest.