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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Midweek Munchies

We were ready for a big shop this week -- so I grabbed all of our shopping bags, lollypops & sippy cups for the girls, and headed to Winco Foods & The Co-op. This is what we bought:

Fuji Apples
Sweet Potatoes
Green Grapes
Red Radishes
Green Onion
Red Garnet Yams
Orange Peppers
Sugar Snap Peas
Butternut Squash
Red Potatoes

Classic Black Bread
Taco Shells
Gen Soy "Soy Crisps"
Sunflower Nuts
Whole Cashews
Lemon Perrier
Organic Black Beans
Organic Blackeyed Peas

Tofu Pups
Morning Star: Chik'n Nuggets, Corn Dogs, Chik Patties
Smart Ground (Taco/Burrito)
Yves "Veggie Ham"

PICTURED ITEMS (that I'm excited about!)
--- Koyo Ramen w/organic noodles "Asian Vegetable" & "Garlic Pepper" (One of these will replace "Top Ramen" in my upcoming salad post)
--- Putumayo Kids Presents: French Playground CD (Liv is totally into French these days)

MidWeek Munchies Hosted by HARMONIA


Blogger Harmonia said...

Here's the link for the Kame Seaweed Crackers...they have other flavors as well...Seaweed are the only ones I've tried so far.

I answered more on my blog.

What are your hopes for the Black Eyed Peas?

We both got Radishes! Cool!

Great list!

5:47 AM  
Blogger Catherine said...

I was wondering about your black-eyed peas, too . . .

I used to love black-eyed peas. Until I ate some for lunch right before I got a migraine . . . the peas came back up, and I haven't been able to eat them (with tomato and okra and cornbread) since. Ugh! I hate food aversions! I'd love a new way to prepare them that doesn't remind me of having a migraine. :)

8:09 PM  
Blogger Vicki said...

Black-eyed peas: Gotta have them on hand for when Art gets his collard greens craving.

10:44 PM  
Blogger Vicki said...

Catherine: ooh, that's too bad. same type of thing happened with me and grape bubble my daughter a bath right before I began a horrible bout with stomach flu or something similarly nasty. No more grape bubble bath for me.

10:50 PM  
Blogger Catherine said...

fake grape smells nasty anyway!

4:28 PM  
Blogger Vicki said...

I completely agree, Catherine, and I feel pretty confident that I can go the rest of my life w/o missing Goofy Grape bubblebath! Instead, we reach for the "Silly Strawberry" & "Wacky Watermellon". Funny how all this bath (& puke) talk doubles appropriatly for a food blog! LOL! :o)

6:31 PM  
Blogger jess (of Get Sconed!) said...

Oo those organic ramen noodles are so good in stir fries too! (go figure) : ) I have them as a back up lunch at work..I like the garlic pepper best..they're a little plain but a bit of soy sauce does the trick.

8:49 AM  

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