Sunday, 5 November 2017
Do you ever wonder what it's like to be a New Yorker ?. One of my favourite places to stop for a pizza or pie in New York, is Whole Foods. Whole Foods is everywhere in New York, so you can't go wrong. I always find myself looking at the huge packs of chocolate brownies and cookies, or the ready meals, that you need an oven to cook them.
I discovered a few years back there's a Whole Foods Market, in Scotland. It's the only Whole Foods in Scotland, in Glasgow. Now I have a car, it's one of my favourite places to drive to seeing the different food. The layout is similar to the Whole Foods Market in New York, so I feel abit like am in New York.
Products I picked up:
Sweet chilli chicken drumsticks
Pasta with spinach & tomato
Nothing but. Strawberry & banana
Nothing but. Pea & sweetcorn
Bounce almond kale
The primal pantry almond & cashew bar
Chocolate chip cookies
I can't be the only one who loves going to American places, to feel like am in America.
Saturday, 4 November 2017
I feel like Auntie Anne's Pretzels don't get enough credit, here in Scotland. Well who can blame us Scottish people, when there's only 1 store in Scotland and now they have downsized to a stall. Auntie Anne's pretzels, is a lot bigger in America. I pass stores everywhere in New York.
Keeping with the American vibe, as I said in my previous post I drive to Whole Foods in Glasgow. I googled Auntie Anne's and found there's one in Silverburn shopping centre, in Glasgow. I always make a stop at Auntie Anne's pretzels, which is on route.
My favourite Pretzel is the vanilla and Nutella.