I have in my pantry , for my sister, Chili flavored Chocolate.
I got some chili choc yesterday. They sell it in Aldi £1.19 I think, here in the UK. (Sorry, I can't afford to shop in M&S).
Punkie, I get mine at Aldi as well. ( Here in TN) I love that store, and it is my first grocery stop when shopping. Aldi has the best quality chocolate around. I found Aldi also has plenty of quite good products (My description of good is the fewer ingredients I cannot pronounce, the better).
I found out that Aldi is the parent company for a popular high end grocery chain here Trader Joe's.
nonnie - I take it TN is Tennessee in the US? I didn't know they'd ventured out of Europe.
We also have Lidl over here which is a similar sort of store.
I am glad we have Eastern Europen shops in the UK. I got some gorgeous red bell peppers as big as your 'ead. Lithuanian.
A portion of chips from the chippy, with lots of salt, a healthy splash of sarsons malt vinegar & topped with daddies sauce yummy.
A donner kebab with a strong chilly sauce and lots of green pepperoni....ummmm paradise.
I'm not a fan of the UK's cultural comfort food, fish and chips since they changed the oil some years back. Makes me a bit icky.
It was an after ministry treat back in the '70's when I was a kid.
Yes Punkie, I in fact live a little over an hour away from where Barbara Anderson lives.
We don;t have the other stores you mentioned.
For years Aldi was hardly patronized, but I have seen in the last 3 years the consumers pouring in, I notated the number of cash registers open and the number of employees. Aldi is absolutely booming now.
We used to have a Netto over here, I think they were Danish. We'd drive to Rushden (Northants UK), to go there. Sainsburys took them over. Shame. Netto was cool, Sainsburys isn't.
What food are you grateful for?
They had to get a OUTLAW size KFC Bucket for my order..
OUTLAW - I'll share that with you, looks delish. Bloomin' large chickens though.