or blended well. As serious as food costs are, I can say that while we don’t eat poorly, we are not exactly fine dining either. There are no vegans in this house and dairy is a staple, with bread coming in at second place for The Hubbs and kids. I am used to the American way of shopping which means once or twice a week for perishables and a big monthly restocking. Swedes love to grocery shop almost as much as they like standing in line. Think I’m lying? The Swedish Statistics Bureau keeps statistics on just about anything happening in the country, and they even publish in English. They love the lies, damn lies and statitistics numbers here.
I had to write my second complaint letter this month…exibit one..
here is shot held up to the light…look at what you are missing! Can you say YUM-O!
Let us see what will happen. Our microwave stopped nuking last month and the store refuses to take it back because we don’t have the receipt. Entire packaging, and everything but they said no, so I left it in the store parking lot. I wanted popcorn so I opened the bag to dump it in the pot and there was a rock in it…I bagged it up and sent it back to the store owner, ICA which is the largest grocery extrotion ring chain in Sweden and they were gracious to send me 100 kronor gift certificate to use in their store. if I had not seen that stone I would have been in trouble. We shall see friends…I can take a bad batch of acrylic because there is no contamination or health threat, but we stop the jokes at food…the cost and the repulsion out weigh the other things.