CSA and grocery store giggles.

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The harvests keep on coming.

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Peppers, fennel, radish, celery, bok choy, chard, eggplant, salad greens and spinach.

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Of course it’s fall, so even the eggplants look like pumpkins.

And at the grocery store this week? A run on creamer.

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WTH? Is there a new Covid cure I’m unaware of that requires cream…

Good thing the beer aisle was still fully stocked.

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And if you’re lucky enough to live in an area that stocks Sam Adams? Do yourself a favor and buy their limited edition seasonal. Jack-O Pumpkin is da bomb.

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A four foot rope of sausage? Not so much.

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Paper towels are still a no go. Except this one lone package… which was on sale. 6 rolls for $13. But look at the regular price. $16. That’s $2.66 a roll!

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With prices like that, is it any wonder people are making their own truck repairs?

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Duct tape. A most versatile product.

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27 thoughts on “CSA and grocery store giggles.”

  1. I have to admit, I’m impressed that the last remaining package of paper towels on the shelf is a reasonably good brand. Usually, if there’s any left, it’s the crappy store brand nobody wants anyway.

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  2. Your CSA harvest seems like it’s delish, I love eggplant, and fresh fennel? Totes delish!

    Duct tape is a go-to fix it all, especially when you poke holes so your hostage can breath….uh…it fixes a lot of things is what I’m trying to say….lol.

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  3. At least that four foot rope of sausage was made in the USA (according to the label). They say that “patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels,” so if that products sells well, you either have a lot of scoundrels in your town, or a lot of Trump supporters (now that I think about it, it may be hard to tell the difference).

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  4. We’re able to get paper towels again, but we’ve notice that no matter what the brand, they seem to be a lot thinner than they used to be. As for creamer – since I don’t use it, I’ve never checked on supply levels. I could maybe understand stockpiling the powdered creamer because that keeps a long time – but the liquid? That doesn’t seem to make much sense.

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