When in a foreign country, I always like to check out a grocery store. Away from the tourist crap, it’s fun to see the little cultural nuances. And they all have Doritos so that works out too.
I take it for granted now the little things that used to entertain me at my neighborhood Waitrose. Take a little spin around the store with me…
lots of Union Jacks so don’t you dare forget where this food comes from, OKAY?
nobody was marginalized in the growing and sale of these pineapples
your sandwich will either involve mayo, or prawns. on a very lucky day, it will involve both
why go out for fish & chips when you can make at home
if you don’t know what a scotch egg is- look it up immediately. then barf
i love english groceries because there are aisles of frozen indian food or ingredients to make your own. yummers
they’re so cute these cute little brits
biscuits for cheese = crackers
cookies are so cheap here! cause they should be eaten every day at teatime
it’s totally wrong, trust me
no monterey jack cheese or ranch dressing, but plenty of frozen yorkshire puddings and porridge
and baked beans…as far as the eye can see. best eaten on toast or a baked potato (allegedly)
i have no idea
(It was awkward taking photos during the after-work busy time at the store. I am just glad I did not get arrested. Although, then I could have blogged about English jail.)