Your blog is really helpful for me as it describe the thing very simply and easy to understand for a new person in the market.
I love food.
a.) I love food.
b.) I love food.
c.) I love this amazing 24 hour grocery store.
(For those who don't live in Wegman's territory, this store is an experience. Going to grocery stores at home is no longer the same for me; they simply can't compare. I am shamelessly confessing my love for Wegman's; my advice: Go there.)
However, I am presently being faced with a crisis in my life. I think I need to contact the officials at Wegman's.
Here's the situation:
My latest obsession is Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches on Toast, which (to give credit where credit is due) I discovered thanks to the creative genius of my friend Jared. Toast makes the PB&J extra delicious because all the PB and jelly get sort of melted. (I also want to try his idea of grilled PB&J, but I have yet to do so because I'm always too impatient to wait for the grilling part.)
The problem part of the situation is that we bought some delicious bread at Wegman's (it's Wegman's brand since this means it is cheap as well as delicious); however, here's the catastrophic part, this bread does not fit in a toaster! It is just a tiny bit too wide. I'm not sure why, but it is slightly too big for a standard toaster. Who would do that?
Morals of the story:
I love Wegman's.
Peanut butter and jelly on toast is delicious.
People whom you love will let you down, but it's probably not on purpose. (I can't imagine anyone would purposely make bread too big for a toaster.)
(p.s. Yes, I am aware that I can cut the bread in half and toast 2 halves, but then I only get to have half of a sandwich; or I have to wait twice as long.)