ponedeljek, 10. marec 2008

Gourmet Section in Coles

A few days ago we went on weekly groceries shopping to local Coles. We usually do that on Thursdays - the late night shopping day, which means shops are open later than usual on that day of the week. In this case local Coles is open till 9pm. This shopping experience wouldn't be anything special at all if Gourmet section wouldn't attract our attention. We found a couple of interesting items, including:
  • Lutenica, actually made in Macedonia, $4.45
  • Delamaris Mackerel Picnic fish cans, made in Slovenia, $2.20
  • Stuffed Peppers with Cabbage, Product Of Hungary, $9.45

Lutenica is truly delicious, I love it so much that I usually just spread it on a piece of toast and shove it into my mouth in just a few bites and Delamaris fish can made my Sunday breakfast nostalgic. So my dear expatriates if you're craving for famous Balkan specialties... Quickly run to your local Coles as they might have what you're looking for readily available on the shelves.

4 komentarji:

zlatko pravi ...

No pa se je začel...Sicer je pa kar ok,niti nisem tolk zabit:-)),sem kar razumel.Drugače pa ,v Adelaidu je na policah radenskin ledeni čaj(mislim da je bila cena 5$),JAFFA piškoti po neverjetnih3$ in v cober pedyu Gavrilovičev mesni narezek.Obvezna hrana opalokopov:-))
Etin prebaranec,bi šel kar dobro v promet se mi zdi...,o konzervah Avstralci nimajo pojma.Grozno neokusno,vsaj za moj okus.Makedonskih Lutenic nisem videl,cevapccice pa:-))

urša pravi ...

hehe :)
You'll have to learn to make that yourself than (lutenica I mean). If you need a good recipe just say so :)

kaalen pravi ...

No worries my friend... po rezultatih ankete sem se odlocila, da bom prispevke na blogu pisala na random po slovensko ali anglesko, kakor mi bo pac v tistem trenutku pasalo. Vsekakor to ne pomeni, da bom od zdaj naprej sam se bushtalk nazigala.

Anonimni pravi ...

Protestiram proti angleščini. lp Kuci