I'm enjoying working in London this week, even if it means I spend an hour out of every day lost. At least it takes me to cool places. I popped into a grocery store today on one of my clandestine journeys and thought I'd share a few things that are different in a British grocery store. First, eggs are not refrigerated. You'll find them next to the bread.
Cocktails, however, are available premixed and canned for your convenience.
I don't know what these Reese's donuts are, but I'm sure I would approve.
Also, healthy foods are inexpensive and pre-packaged. There were salads, sandwiches, snack packs and all manner of protein-rich snacks ready to go, for $1-$5 a piece.
I had to buy these - you can't get them stateside because American children keep eating the prize inside. It's like Easter every day because each treat has a toy inside.