Food We Love, Grocery edition 2023

Happy New Year! Once all the leftovers from the Christmas gifts and gatherings are all gone, what are you going to cook? I find that amidst all the rich food and delicious desserts, I crave vegetables, food with strong sour flavors, or something very mild, like Vietnamese pho. And then I remember how much time and effort is required to make something from scratch so I return to old favorites.

I had such fun putting together my last grocery post that I came up with another! Again, this is not a sponsored post!

CDO Premium Torikatsu: Whenever we can’t find CDO tonkatsu, we get this instead. It’s easy to prepare; just pop it in the air-fryer. But what I like is how Oneal adds egg and onions, and turns it into a lovely katsudon.

San Remo Tomato & Basil Pasta Sauce: This is so useful. Add it to pasta, use it in lasagna or pizza. It comes in other flavors, which I cannot remember at the moment.

Purefoods Deli Breakfast Sausage: I really like this sausage. It tastes like something I might get at Pancake House.

Jolly Garbanzos Chick Peas: Garbanzos are amazing for making hummus, or you can just pop them in the air fryer for a healthy, crunchy snack! You can season with salt and cayenne pepper, and drizzle with olive oil, but it’s lovely even if it has no additional seasoning at all.

Fuji apples: I am happy that Lucas likes apples, and I always make sure to get Fuji apples. Despite their pale color, they’re bigger and much sweeter than the more colorful and photogenic red Washington apples.

What are your grocery favorites so far?

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