It’s so weird to see an International Delight product in cans. I always see its creamers in plastic bottles and its iced coffee in milk cartons. Because of that, these kind of look fake to me, like if I open them, a toy snake is going to pop out. (Spotted by Leonard G at Dollar General.)
Bacon and these Sausage Strips are both made with pork. Did Johnsonville produce a sausage slab just so that it can be cut into slices? If that’s the case, why not just make bacon? My head can’t wrap itself around this. Oh, I hope some company out there makes sausages from ground-up bacon. Yeah, it’ll probably be Johnsonville. There are also Spicy and Chorizo Sausage Strips varieties. (Spotted by RaveGyrl at Meijer.)
Offering premium quality since 1925. Offering ice cream in tubs since 2020. There are also other tub flavors — Frozen Hot Cocoa, Cream & Cookies, Cookie Dough, Cookie Mint Chip, Rockier Road, Happy Birthday Cake, Brownie Batter, Old Fashioned Vanilla, and Famous FatBoy Vanilla. But, I’ll admit this Fried Ice Cream flavor is the most interested. (Spotted by Rachel C at Macey’s.)
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To be honest, I have no idea what cottage cheese is used for. I’ve just been blindly posting cottage cheese photos all these years without having tried it. Is it actually cheese or is it a Pasteurized Prepared Cheese Product, like Velveeta. Is it made in a cottage? I’m sorry I’m so ill-informed about cottage cheese. (Spotted by Ann at Woodman’s Markets.)