My favorite white rice to eat here. This is the closest product I can find to what I'm used to and grew up with. I buy this every few months. This rice is sticky and not loose. Wash rice til water is clear then cook. Growing up in Hawaii we eat everything with rice everyday. Have your rice topped with shoyu, gravy or wet nori or a nori flavoring.
My all time favorite jelly flavor next to the guava jam. Other than spreading it on toast or a bagel, add it on your ham. Light guava taste and not too sweet. I can't buy this where I live unless I order it but my family sends it to me when I run out. Love this jelly!
SkyFlakes saltine crackers are lightly rich and buttery. Crunchy texture. Individually packaged with three cracker sheets inside. I find that this is between a soda cracker and a saltine.
I buy these at the Asian food market here. They're made in the Philippines. I bought these a lot back home in Hawaii. Great lunch box snack! Have it plain, with butter, PB&J, cream cheese or with coffee/tea. My family loves these!
My all time affordable sweet treat. Even more affordable with a coupon. Whether for breakfast, mid-morning or afternoon snack, I HAVE to hide my share (or the box) just to have my share. My kids eat these like nobody's business. It is very sweet if you're not used to having lots of sweet/sugary love in your diet. I was my breakfast on the school bus. I savored the corners.
Yes! Brownie lovers unite. I absolutely love this brownie mix. My go-to box when I/we need a fix. Soft, chewy and just the right amount of chocolate! I like to get the edges a bit crisper and get all that chewiness love. Add an extra egg to get that more cake-like texture if you like that sorta thing. It's good anyhow.
Love this Bisquick product. It is a staple in my pantry. This should be a must have product for everyone that can cook. Makes great biscuits and pancakes, deserts and more. I grew up using this for pancakes for my family.
I love this pencil sharpener. Does it's job to sharpen your facial tools well. One dollar is super affordable. I find these at the local pharmacies or big box stores and dollar trees. I also have gotten these for my kids to sharpen their school pencils since the ones available for them never last long and they usually run out.