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Things I Miss

Moving to a new place always brings out things that you maybe didn't realize you liked about the place you came from because you took it for granted. I find that other then family and friends, there are a few things that I miss here, mostly food stuff. I am sure this list will continue to grow as I continue to look for different things as I cook and bake.

Crock Pot Liners -I love using my crock pot and I love how easy Crock Pot liners make clean-up. They are just a special made plastic bag that you line the crock pot with and then when you are finished you simply throw the liner away. Why these are not sold here I really don't understand.

Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup - Sorry, I am not a maple syrup fan. Mrs. Butterworth's is the best.

M&M's in a large bag - I have only been able to find M&M's in little stand up bags, but not in the large 1lb or more bags you can get in the state (for the same price of the little bags here.)

Almond Bark - It is Christmas time and I love to cover pretzels and things in almond bark. I know I can use chocolate chips, but nothing melts quite like almond bark.

That is my list for now. I am sure that things will continued to be added to this list. So, when you come to visit me, make sure you bring some of the things I miss from the States.

Comments

Allow me to help you, my fellow American!

-They used to sell crock-pot liners at walmart, but I haven't seen them there for a few months. I have resorted to having my mom send them up when I need them.

-I have found the butter flavour of Aunt Jemima's isn't too bad, but still, it's not quite the same.

-Buy your M&Ms at Bulk Barn (you can even get peanut butter ones there)

-I'm not sure about Almond Bark, but I think the Dutch guy might carry it. I've never used it, so I haven't had to search for it.

Now if only I could find some TWINKIES! :)
Amanda said…
I've never heard of crockpot liners before, but they sound great! In which section of the grocery store should I look for them?
The Talens said…
I've always found them by the Ziploc bags and stuff.

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