Yes, yes, pass the ethnic water, would you please?
The ethnic water.
What's wrong with you, you never heard of ethnic water? Why, expateek is shocked! Where have you been, under a rock?
It's in the aisle with the regular water and the Polish candy. You know, here:
Two aisles over from the Bulgarian food and the Polish food.
Three aisles from Hispanic.
expateek when she tells you so. But even looking at pictures of refried beans makes Mr D's tummy rumble, so in the interests of global planetary health and reducing gaseous emissions, expateek will spare us all that unnecessary pain.
You're looking for this:
And then you can help expateek design a terrific dinner using these very important ingredients that she just had to buy the last time she went grocery shopping. Because life's just not worth living without marmalade and wasabi beans. And South African Mrs. Ball's chutney.
expateek supposed to do with these? They look kind of tasty in a prickly sort of way. Ideas, my friends?
expateek's already spilled the beans about Mr D's delicate tummy, this post wouldn't be complete without a potty joke.
Here, come with expateek down the produce aisle, and tell her what you think of these.
Personally, expateek just loves yams.
But maybe not so much when they've got the word flush on the label. Ewwwww.