Here are some of the interesting, funny, and just plain weird grocery moments from my year. Here’s to a happy and healthy 2019 for all of us.!
Fried Munster cheese. Why is this not done more often?
2018’s drink was the Moscow Mule. Applications being accepted for 2019.
Beets. I didn’t see it coming, but this year was the one where I became a beet-lover.
Still laugh whenever I think of this.
This one banana, ticked at the world.
These were just the prettiest, sweetest figs.
Gluten-free Brazilian cheese bread, so much cheaper when home-made!
Throwback packaging with futuristic pricing. $1 more per can!
Who decided this? They were wrong.
I can’t even remember what flavor this was because it is so unrelentingly gray.
Three pounds of boil-in-a-bag goulash. Who buys this? I mean, I think it’s boil-in-a-bag. The label can’t be the only boilable part, right?
I know who buys this.
$10 for baking spray is too much. Even if it is duck fat. Also: I feel like this would clog.
Cheese Glut 2: Electric Boogaloo.
This was just next to the register when I went to quickiemart for coffee. There were different flavors. It was tough to cope.
My favorite, a Christmas gift of cheese!
I finally got my coffee routine, bean, and gear all sorted out this year. Whew.
Fiesta, I love you.
I came up with three ways to cook this giant daikon radish. I’m very, very sure I do not like daikon radishes.
I have read a lot of grocery circulars. Probably more than anyone not actively involved in their production. This wins them all.
Thanks to everyone that has supported me over the years. I hope 2019 is a blessing to everyone that reads this. Be well, Cheepsters!