Sunday, 8 February 2015

Silent Sunday - February 8th 2015




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  1. It's strange seeing brands I am familiar with and those that are strange to me. It's an intriguing shot.

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    1. It's the English section on our local French supermarket.

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  2. Ah ha, the exotic foreign ailse in a French supermarket. We don't get Ty-Phoo or custard creams here. (Who would ever choose (disgusting) custard creams over decent French biscuits???!) but we have pretty much the same selection otherwise!

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    1. Agree with you on custard creams but I do occasionally buy ginger nuts as I use them in the base of my rhubarb and ginger cheesecake. Otherwise I don't think I have ever bought anything from this section as it is all so expensive ... and it makes me laugh at what the French think we would most want to buy.

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  3. That is a very well stocked shop with British produce - loving the fact there is marmite :-)

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    1. This one does have a good selection .... but it's horribly expensive. I have just noticed that some-one has put a carton of French apple juice between the custard creams and chic chip cookies and now I am racking my brains as to what should be there! I also want to find out what is missing between the table biscuits and tea!

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  4. Ooo a few uk products lol . My nephew went to live in canada and he misses uk chocolate lol

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    1. We do have lovely chocolate here but I would never say no to a bar of Fruit and Nut ;)

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  5. Did you nip back to Britain or have you got a special shop selling British staples nearby?

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    1. French supermarket, International aisle ;)

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  6. I wouldn't miss any of that, I would only be taking my Yorkshire & English Breakfast Tea! Love French food! :)

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  7. My friend live sin Abu Dhabi and she is always sending us photos when she finds one more new British product! :)

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  8. Ohhh lots of British goodies there....All the essentials x

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  9. I bet it's always nice to pop in there for a few creature comforts from back home.

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  10. Ah I bet these are all very welcome sights! Is this what the french assume that us brits like?! x

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  11. Not matter where you go you can still get the home comforts

    Thank you for linking up

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  12. Food cures my homesickness a lots of times =) #mysundayphoto

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  13. Oh it must be nice to have some of the comfort foods from home- my brother lives in america and loves to eat everything when he is back visiting!!!

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  14. for a minute there i thought it must be your pantry! :)

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