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Things that rock, this week

Posted Aug 23 2010 12:34pm

Aloha!  Yes, I wish I was in Hawaii.  Hawaii rocks, every week.

I’ve got a few things that I think rock this week.  They probably rock every week too, but I particularly like them this week.

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  2. Snapple!  In particular, Diet Trop-A-Rocka tea.

    This is the Snapple flavor created by Bret Michaels on the Celebrity Apprentice (a show which I love!).  I am not usually an ice tea fan… in fact, I’m not a fan of tea in general – hot or cold.  But this stuff ROCKS!  No pun intended.  I wasn’t sure at first if I would like it due to the somewhat interesting flavor combination.  It is peach mango cinnamon… with other spices and flavors thrown in.  But it’s delicious!  It’s tough to find, though… I only managed to get it ONE time and there was only ONE case left on the shelf (in the very back, hidden behind another flavor!!!) and now it’s gone :(   So I am on the prowl!  The good news is, Snapple announced that Trop-A-Rocka is going to be produced beyond its original limited-time-only run so I have more time to find it!  Yay!

  3. Peas of Mind Veggie Wedgies !  Holy delicious, Batman.

    I don’t care that these are supposed to be for kids – these are incredible.  French fries made of broccoli, cauliflower, apple or carrots?  Sign me up!  I have tried all of the variations except for carrot.  I found these gems in the Whole Foods freezer aisle and bough my first bag on sale for $3.49.  Since then, I have eaten a bag a day (no joke) with my dinner.  This addiction needs to stop, however, because they are no longer on sale and the $3.99 per bag very quickly adds up.  And the only place in my area that they have them is at Whole Foods… *sigh*.  But if you haven’t tried these… go get some!  My favorites are broccoli and cauliflower, but those sell out quickly so I usually end up with apple.

    I love these so much that I have submitted a form to the company requested the their products be made available at other grocery stores in our area.  I encourage you to try these… but only if you don’t live near me because I have a hard enough time trying to find them in stock as it is!

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