Thu Sep 06, 2012 10:00 am Post subject:
My friend and I always leave here late morning, and our first stop is the deli for lunch. It's a vegetarian-biased deli, so I always have the same thing: a hamburger on gluten-free flatbread. There are veggies along with it, so it's all I need.
The big item on my list was dish detergent. I buy Dish Mate. I bought 10. It's clear with nice fragrances like apricot, grapefruit, etc. Unlike the stuff from the grocery store that's heavy blue or green or whatever, and smells like floor wax or worse.
I bought lots of interesting cheese. (This is Wisconsin, after all.) Especially, I bought out the organic raw milk sharp cheddar, which I like so much. I also bought a couple of kinds of Stilton, a Muenster, a cranberry cheddar, a provelone, a smoked white cheese from Holland. . . Now when I need a snack, there will be something interesting in the frig to eat for a while.
I also bought cream top yogurt, which isn't available in the g-store here, and bulk wild rice, which is a whole lot cheaper. And I bought a small amount of "black forbidden rice" -- product of China -- simply because I was intrigued.
Well, there was a LOT more ($$$), but I only do this once in a while, and my friend and I enjoy the outing. _________________
Thu Sep 06, 2012 10:37 am Post subject:
I love different kinds of cheeses. The cranberry cheddar sounds wonderful. I am just learning to love blue cheese. _________________
Thu Sep 06, 2012 10:48 am Post subject:
Marylin, you had a ball. Now don't eat the cheese all at once, like I would be tempted to. The dish soap sounds nice. I love great smells like that. Right now I am burning a candle from Body and Bath, apple fragrance. It's really nice.
I'm going out to get more cheese......
not like this though _________________
Fri Sep 07, 2012 12:07 am Post subject:
Think I'm going to have some cranberry cheese for a midnight snack. _________________
Fri Sep 07, 2012 8:30 am Post subject:
That's is, Marilyn, just rub it in. LOL _________________
Fri Sep 07, 2012 8:45 am Post subject:
I love all kinds of cheese. Munster is one of my favorites. _________________
Fri Sep 07, 2012 9:58 am Post subject:
I love Muenster, too. I have a small amount of the cranberry cheddar left. If I eat lunch, I'll melt it on top of my leftover chicken breast from when I went to lunch on Tuesday. Let's hear a cheer for leftovers! _________________
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