WEEK IN REVIEWS – 2/11/2012

Trader Joe's

Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

A Trader Jose’s product? I didn’t know Trader Joe’s changed names for different ethnic foods. So are Swedish products under the Trader Johan’s name and Japanese products under Trader Junsuke’s? (via What’s Good At Trader Joe’s)

Wait…Iron Man 2 was released in 2010. How old are these things? (via Clearance Cuisine)

It looks like a typhoon blew away the N in this product’s name. (via Drinkable Review)

The name of these biscuits sound like they’re promoting the upcoming G.I. Joe sequel, but they also sound like they’re promoting the Star Wars 3D release. (via Foodstuff Finds)

Will this gum help those who can’t walk and chew gum at the same time? (via Gum Connoisseur)

WEEK IN REVIEWS – 2/4/2012

Datsun 210

Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

A Wienerschnitzel Junkyard Dog comes with chili, cheese, onions, fries, and mustard. Sadly, it does not come with a wheel from a 1970′s Datsun Sunny. (via An Immovable Feast)

The British sure love mystery. They gave us Sherlock Holmes and the PBS show Mystery! I wouldn’t be surprised if the Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine was a Vauxhall. Now the British have mystery flavored potato chips. (via Foodstuff Finds)

Here’s a fun little game: Get completely wasted and try to click one of the links in this sentence that lead to the alcohol-related candy reviews Candyblog posted this past week. (via Candyblog)

Trader Joe’s Choczilla Nut Pie makes me giggle. Perhaps it’s because choczilla, nut, and pie have all been used in porn titles. (via What’s Good at Trader Joe’s)

If you hear the name Sweet Blossom Lavender Flowers and think it’s either a women’s deodorant or perfume, you’d be wrong. (via Thirsty Dudes)

WEEK IN REVIEWS – 9/10/2011

Fries!

Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

There are flavored tablets the Japanese suck on to replenish the salt in their bodies. We also have something like that in the United States, except we call them McDonald’s French fries. (via Japanese Snack Reviews)

This Chocolate Habanero Voodoo Sauce doesn’t have any chocolate, but it sure has a lot of habanero…and voodoo. (via Chocolate Reviews)

Kraft makes Pina Colada-flavored marshmallows. Sadly, I’m 100 percent sure someone is trying to get drunk by eating these non-alcoholic marshmallows. (via Junk Food Guy)

Great. Another reason to be upset the nearest Trader Joe’s is thousands of miles away. (via What’s Good At Trader Joe’s)

Chocolatey Cap’n Crunch isn’t very good, which greatly disappoints me. I hope Cap’n Crunch gets demoted to Midshipm’n Munch? (via Grub Grade)

WEEK IN REVIEWS: 7/9/2011

Mmm...turducken

Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

I’m not impressed with Taco Bell’s XXL Grilled Stuft Burrito. If they want to impress me, Taco Bell should stuft a chicken burrito inside duck burrito and then stuft that inside a turkey burrito, creating a burrito turducken. (via Tampa Bay Food Monster)

Trader Joe’s has s’mores that you can enjoy without having to build a fire. I’m talking to you, Frankenstein. (via Candyblog)

Three words (maybe four, depending on how you count hyphenated words): Baby Ruth-Filled Jalapeños. (via That Bootleg Guy)

I guess even in other countries they need help pooping… I mean, maintaining a healthy digestive system. (via Japanese Snack Reviews)

There’s a company that makes prickly pear soda. I hope they don’t make it by hand. (via Weird Soda Review)

Wouldn’t this three cheese ravioli from Weight Watchers be more effective for weight watchers if it contained just three cheese ravioli? (via I Ate A Pie)

WEEK IN REVIEWS – 6/25/2011

VINTAGE SODA My worst canned drinks...and my favourite

Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

Believe or not, TAB soda still exists. Since New Coke doesn’t, it’s good to know I’ll have something era-appropriate to drink during those special occasions when I wear my Members Only jacket and leg warmers. (via Clearance Cuisine)

Rhubarb custard isn’t helping the stereotype that the British have horrible tasting food. (via Foodstuff Finds)

7 Up has gone retro with a version sweetened with real sugar. Personally, I would’ve preferred a REALLY retro version that uses one of the ingredients from 7 Up’s original formula, a mood-stabilizing drug called lithium citrate, and uses its original name, Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda. (via The Soda Jerks)

Your can opener should probably thank Dave’s Cupboard for reviewing every store-bought clam chowder he could get his hands on. (via Dave’s Cupboard)

Here are more Trader Joe’s product reviews than you can shake a stick at. Oh wait, I mean, more Trader Joe’s product reviews than you can shake an organic, all-natural, gluten-free, vegetarian, and handcrafted stick at. (via An Immovable Feast)