Simply divine! There are many mustard bottles in the isle confusing you initially into thinking anything comes close to Grey Poupon. But after some trial and error you will find out that there is only one mustard worth keeping in your fridge. I thought it was all hype until I tried it but now there's no coming back. Grey Poupon for life!
They are an awesome product that my dog looks forward to. However, they are simply a treat and not something that promoted mouth health in dogs, as we recently found out. Despite giving her Greenies for the last two years (sparingly), my dog had bad breath and then a tooth fell out. Last week we took her to the vet, who took out two more teeth that had rotted and he recommended we get her an antler or a hoof to chew on and promote dental health. Sorry Greenies, we are going to be parting ways after I give her whatever is left of the couple of bags we have at home at the moment.
Love everything about Toblerone - the shape of it, the delectable taste and even the packaging and logo. Once upon a time (in the 90s) I got a free gift with a Toblerone purchase, which was a white coffee mug in the shape of a Toblerone bar with the logo on the side. During my travels, I lost it somewhere, so last year I spent almost $20 to buy one from ebay :D Yup, am Toblerone obsessed.
My second favorite chocolate treat of all time. It is just the right amount of biscuit, caramel and chocolate and I always lie to myself that I will leave the second finger for later, ya know, for calories' sake. The Halloween candy bag always includes Twix, in vain hopes that there will be enough left over for me.
Decadent treat, that makes me feel posh. Anything with hazelnuts gets my vote, so when you drown that delicious hazelnut in chocolate and cover it in a wafer shell with sprinkled nuts on top, you have a customer for life! The packaging is also very enticing and luxurious.
Hands down my favorite chocolate treat! This is the perfect marriage of wafer and chocolate and you can crunch or melt it in your mouth too. While in Japan I tried a bunch of different Kit Kat varieties (one of them being aloe :o) and stand firm that the original is best. Too bad we do not have the Kit Kat Big Kat (which I used to buy in Canada) which is basically one big finger instead of 4 small ones.
Delicious, super sweet and very creamy. Too bad it is a million and 2 calories per egg, but I seem to develop amnesia while purchasing and eating this gooey deliciousness. And let's face it, I don't feel all that bad since I keep on buying them over and over.
Absolutely divine! I wish we had these in the USA. I first tried them in England a few years back and then purchased (pigged out on) them in Qatar and Dubai. The only way I can get them is through Amazon and they cost an arm and a leg (and of course, no Prime). Don't order them during the summer or you will receive a melted mess.
Nuts are great protein snack and pistachios are my favorite. While many prefer them shelled, I rather struggle to get the little rascals out, which slows me down and prevents me from eating half the bag in one sitting. I usually buy them when they are on sale at Sam's Club, so I dont feel too bad about how pricey they are.