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"American" foods according to David Jones

Wandering through David Jones’ Sydney Food Hall the other week (a must if you are ever in Sydney), I was intrigued to find a little cluster of goods at the end of an aisle. Whilst it was not marked as such, I am pretty sure this is their idea of American “specialty ingredients”. Check them out:








Funny what looks “foreign” to me now. I remember living in Paris in the 1990s there was one store called Thanksgiving that stocked US ingredients and it seemed so exotic. Now I live in Canada, not so much! Mind you, Australians reading recent entries might scoff at what I find exotic and “foreign” these days too. It’s all relative!

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3 Responses to "American" foods according to David Jones

  1. The Best Family July 30, 2009 at 17:27 #

    as an american, i always find it interesting to see what's in the "american section" of foreign supermarkets!

  2. k a b l o o e y July 31, 2009 at 01:36 #

    I can't believe how friggin' organizized you are to get these things posted.

    I've enjoyed reading all the guest posts and your foreign correspondent posts.

  3. Neil C. Phillips August 20, 2009 at 01:19 #

    I think the word you're looking for kablooey is "obsessive".

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