Ben is grateful that he can find his staple Diet Coke here in Kaz. He is thankfully undisturbed that it's called Coke Light here (you never know what a five year old is going to freak out about, especially when it comes to his precious soft drinks)
Chips come in undeniably odd flavors. Two thumbs up for Paprika Pringles. Bacon Lays are disgusto but not bad as a meatloaf filler.
We think these are mushroom soup flavored chips. Anyway, they weren't bad. A little odd, but we managed to finish the bag without a problem.
Ice cream bars, cones, etc rock here. Clearly Sasha thinks so, also.
Kindereggs - they're hollow chocolate eggs with a little toy inside. The kids are addicted.
Hazelnut Snickers. We're not huge hazelnut fans, but it couldn't have been too bad since Steve ate half of the candy bar before realizing that it was different than his usual Snickers.
This is an odd one. Keep in mind that we are thousands of miles from the ocean, and yet dried fish jerky of numerous varieties seems wildly popular. Clearly, you're supposed to eat it with beer. We won't be trying this one, a photo from the store will have to suffice.
Our absolute favorite biscuits - these things rock! They're like thick, soft graham crackers. We call them "cat head biscuits" (yeah, pretty creative). Once they were out of cat heads and we got "blue hair girl biscuits" instead. Disaster. They had some kind of nasty cherry bits inside. Now we're cat head purists.
Aw yeah - your eyes do not deceive you. Two cans of horse to bring home (no, we have not tried the canned horse). All ye white elephant party goers beware! I can't wait to bring these out at Christmas party time!