Telling the story of the ups and downs, the adventurous and mundane days of one British family's self-imposed exile in the Capital Region of New York State.
Friday, November 12, 2010
Day 3.306: British and PROUD!
At the beginning of the week, I found myself doing a quick family grocery-shop at a different supermarket than usual: the Price Chopper on Central Ave in Albany.
Unlike our local Price Chopper, this one proudly labels its 'British' food section. The foods are much the same as in the apologetically unlabeled section closer to home, but it's nice to see such elements of national pride as salad cream, wine gums and Robinson's barley water getting the international recognition they deserve.