Baby Pot, swede, butter, cherry tom, sweetheart, broc rice, royals x 4 and of course, mange.
Vegetarian menu, two types of potatoes.
This list is written on the reverse of a label. A price label from a supermarket shelf. Did the person find the label at the supermarket and write the list there. Or did they get the label on a previous trip, take it home and write the list? Or maybe, they work at a super market, take these labels home in bulk and use them for general notes and list making.
The label is for this fine product, McVities Victoria Biscuit Selection – “Turn any occasion into a celebration”.
Found by Andy, with thanks, at ALDI, Didcot, UK
Purpose specific paper hosts a fine list of culinary and domestic essentials.
Vegetarian. What is GMS Chicken, maybe I am misreading it?
Purple paper borders. Purple hand wash. The author likely likes the colour purple.
Aldi, April 29th 2017
People do give their children curious names these days.
Sainsbury’s, Reading, 3rd October 2019
Found on the ground outside the waiting room at Reading Station.
The list reads:
The list has been walked on as has the indication of sole prints upon it. The person is buying no meat or carbohydrates. Spelling not perfect.
A top up shop. Likely from a town centre shop rather than a supermarket.
Male or female?
This person needed petrol. This list was used at Morrisons in Reading where there is a petrol station right next to the super market.
Angel Delight and frozen fruit. Was this person whipping up a special retro dessert?
Bans = Bananas
Pots = Potatoes
Morrisons, Reading 20th January 2019
Perhaps a Christmassy list. Parsnips, roast potatoes, and the ingredients for a trifle.
A female hand. This is an organised person, items have been grouped with their domestic bedfellows and ticked off as obtained.
Was the trifle ever completed? Only the sponge, presumably sponge fingers, (?) have been ticked. Oh dear…
Whisk for the cream or whisky for the sponge?
Sent from Scotland with thanks.
17th January 2019
Stir fry, that much is obvious.
And then bolognese?
Nothing else unusual here at all…
Sent from Scotland. Thank you.
17th January 2019