A mouthwatering popsicle guaranteed to impress your nutritionist AND your snobby food critic mate. After seeing Dr. Feelgood’s Facebook post last week about their products now available at New World Fendalton, I forced S to drop everything and to ASAP take me there. I had fallen in love with Dr. Feelgood some three years ago in Auckland and had missed their presence in Christchurch ever since. Simply unable to wait, we sampled two of their new popsicle range in the supermarket parking lot right there and then (wink wink). And the verdict? Oh mama mia. They were delicious. As far as I know, there is nothing quite like Dr. Feelgood on the NZ food market. Yes, there’s nice-creams for better-for-you ice-cream alternatives but seriously, there’s only so much coconut a gal can take. I love Dr. Feelgoods new premium range because their creamy pops are made with renowned Lewis Rd pure organic milk and all of their pops are of completely natural ingredients. So if you’re looking for a guilt-free treat (like I am always) look no further! More info HERE.
An Inside Look At A Spanish Supermarket
So different to both Japan and New Zealand. When travelling, I love to visit the local supermarket. It always becomes a highlight because it’s always so interesting.
Two entire rows + four row fronts (each side) just for cheese! Oh my!
This is a monkey fish. You choose your fish and the ladies (or gentlemen) prepare them for you. Of course, preprepared fish is also available.
Jose doing his thang.
Apart from this brand (which is refrigerated) the remaining milk here look like cleaning products because of the way they’re stored and packaged.
Meat, meat and more meat.
Look at the top right yellow label. 339 Euro for one leg! Now that’s some special meat.
Jose says these pigs eat acorns so even though they’re fat, they’re good fat. “Like me,” I said (hehe).
All of the tomatoes an Italian chef could wish for (also on other side).
In Japan, carrots are heavily sprayed making them big and perfect. Then, they’re individually wrapped in excess plastic. This is how fruit and vegetables should be! Ugly but delicious.
I love these peaches! 0.98 Euro for a KG! Good or good?!
All of the legumes! Plus, olives, anchovies, pates and dried nuts and fruit (not pictured).
Look Japanese friends! “Japanese” food!
Introducing Jose to almond milk and other trendy health foods (hehe).