Dark Chocolate Pear & Almond Bar - Whole Foods: Marlton, NJ

Unlike my last post, this was a food item that I was really looking forward to.

Pears are one of my favorite fruits and it’s very rare to see them used in American candies, let alone mixed up in a dark chocolate bar. (Which is my favorite type of chocolate. The darker the better!)  Even though all of the the ingredients sounded really appealing, my track record with items from Whole Foods has been very hit or miss. Maybe this item will tip the scales in their favor?

The packaging for this candy bar is similar to Ghirardelli, Lindt, and other higher-end chocolate bars, but I feel like the overall design is more modern and a bit less sophisticated. Since I am more of a modern art fan, and I love faux texturing, I really like this package. Nothing is perfectly centered, and I think that makes everything a lot more interesting, plus there are little detailed design elements everywhere. You can see a hint of the UV gloss scroll pattern at the top of the packaging, and the rest of the matte cardboard box has a faux marble overlay. This little candy box makes me very happy as a graphic designer, although I feel like the text on the back is a little bit too large. (Then again I have a tendency for my designs to have thin and small texts, and I have very good eyes. It might just be my personal preference.)
Inside the box, the candy bar is sealed inside a sheet of shiny silver foil. The foil wrapping is plain and unmarked, but it’s actual foil! It’s been a while since I’ve had a candy bar that was sealed in foil and not a silvery plastic. It might seem a bit plain, but the cardboard sleeve more than makes up for the lack of design.

I peeled back the foil and…

Oh dear, is it supposed to be spotted? I scratched at one of the spots with my nail and it turned into a power, so it isn’t bit of exposed pear or almond, but maybe it’s supposed to look like that? I have a feeling it isn’t, maybe the chocolate has been sitting on the shelf for a while? Welp, spots or not spots, I’m gonna eat it.

The candy snapped into nicely portioned squares, about the size of an individually wrapped Ghirardelli chocolate square, and it smelled like bitter dark chocolate with a hint of fruitiness. Even though I love pears, I’d never be able to tell that this was pear infused chocolate from it’s scent alone. The aroma is more generically fruity, almost like a trail mix, than distinctively pear.

I took a bite, and it was absolutely delicious and everything I had hoped it would be. The chocolate has a satisfying snap and it melted slowly in my mouth with a nice amount of bitterness. Inside, there were crispy bits of pear and almond to add texture as well as flavoring. I could tell that this was meant to be pear after my first bite, but I was really looking forward to this fruity flavor, so those of you who aren’t so keen on pears might have mistaken this for another fruit. Personally, I am not only happy that a pear infused dark chocolate bar exists, but that it actually tastes like it says it will!

The most surprisingly thing about this candy was that the little slivers of pear were so crisp and flavorful, especially when they were sliced so thin. The slivers of almond and fruit were almost the same size and thickness as shredded coconut, but they stayed really crispy in the dark chocolate. How do they do it?

It’s safe to say that I absolutely loved this candy bar, and I would gladly repurchase this in the future. It didn’t seem like the spots caused any damage to the flavoring, but maybe they are supposed to be there after all. I’ll have to buy another bar to find out. (Or maybe two…or three…)

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Super Ginger - Asian Food Market: Cherry Hill, NJ

Oh boy, I’ve kind of been avoiding these and reviewing other items, but it’s finally time to try Super Ginger. About two years ago I bought a bag of Super Lemon from the same grocery store and I instantly fell in love with the brand’s Pop Art packaging and lemon flavored candy. Since I liked it so much I was really excited when I saw a different flavor on the grocery store shelves. The packaging looked orange from a distance, so I assumed it was another citrus flavor, but it was ginger. Only recently have I started to warm up to intense ginger flavoring, and I am scared this might be too much for me. Growing up I always liked gingerbread and spiced cookies, but anything with actual grated ginger in it make me feel like I am eating Pine Sol. (Although I do like it in beverage form.)

Recently I’ve been warming up to grated ginger by using it in my cooking, but I am still far from loving this intensely flavored mandrake-looking root. Maybe this candy won’t be so bad?

The packaging for this flavor has a similar Pop Art feel, but it doesn’t give off the same Pop Art vibes. Instead of a brown paper bag background and texturing, this flavor feature a mostly white design with brassy metallic foil accents. I’m not loving it nearly as much as the original. I feel like the color choices for this bag are very dull and red-orange-heavy, which might be intentional to go along with the theme of ginger, but the bright colors don’t stand out from the white as much as they did before. Maybe if the panel behind the gasping woman was a bright yellow it would pop a bit more, but this design just isn’t doing it for me.

Inside the candies are individually wrapped, just like the lemon version, but this time the wrapper is a pumpkin-y orange color.

Then, inside of that, we have the little sphere if ginger candy. It has a powdery coating on the outside and it smells like a mixture of cleaning products and ginger ale. Okay, time to actually eat this thing… (I’m honestly not looking forward to this.)
My initial reaction was…not good. The powdery outside coating is pretty intense and it really does give you a spicy sensation on your tongue. I don’t mind the spiciness, but the powdery ginger flavoring has that same cleaning product flavoring that makes me hate a lot of ginger heavy foods. Thankfully, once the powdery coating dissolved, the candy itself was really tasty. It’s sweet and there is a decent amount of ginger flavoring, but the candy itself is more like a ginger ale than anything else. Once and a while I get a little spicy tingle, which I like, but overall the candy is sweet. There is a spiced/tingly sensation to this candy that is similar to red hots, but it isn’t nearly as intense.

Once I get past that powerful powdery stage, this candy is really enjoyable. This kind of reminds me of Warheads. Once you get past the not so yummy outer coating, the inside is like a pleasant candy oasis, but this time it has a spicy kick to it.

If you like ginger, or Jin+Ja, you’ll love this candy. I am a recovering ginger hater and I actually liked this stuff!

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cookingchannel:

Ladies and gentlemen, one of the world’s most pressing problems has finally been solved. There are now fully edible cupcake wrappers. Sorry to those of you who were hoping for world peace or Segway 2.

cookingchannel:

Ladies and gentlemen, one of the world’s most pressing problems has finally been solved. There are now fully edible cupcake wrappers. Sorry to those of you who were hoping for world peace or Segway 2.

Summer Ice Pop Tic Tacs - Five Below: Philadelphia,PA

It’s been such a long time since I’ve had Tic Tacs! I loved these candies as a kid and they were always inside my Easter basket or holiday stocking. Although they were marketed as a breath mint, I’d easily go through an entire package of peppermint candies in a day, which may not have been healthy, but somehow my love of Tic Tacs petered off when I became an adult.

In the last few years Tic Tac has been releasing fancy limited eidtion flavors, any I never really understood the appeal, until now. This festive little package was released this summer and it recreates on of my favorite summer time popsicles!

The packaging seems to have stayed the same for the last two decades, other than the red white and blue color scheme, this package is exactly like the one I remember. (Although I think it seems smaller, but that could be because I’m fully grown. Everything seems bigger when you’re a kid.)

Just like a fire cracker/bomb pop, these candies come in three fruity flavors.

White/Lime: The citrus portion of a bomb pop was always my favorite, and I was really looking forward to this refreshing flavor being replicated into a candy, but it ended up being pretty awful. It may be tiny, but this little pellet packs a surprisingly powerful punch of flavoring. The lime flavoring is really chemical and it’s heavy on the rind and oil side of citrus. I can tell this is meant to be some kind of lime, but it reminds me of lemon scented Pledge. Sadly this ended up being my least favorite of the bunch and I got more of these than any other flavor.

Blue/Blue Raspberry: I popped the blue candy into my mouth and the artificial flavoring was quite accurate. This has the same artificial “blue” flavoring as Icees and freezer popsicles, which was nice and nostalgic, but after a few seconds I noticed the texture got really slimy. I don’t remember that happening to Tic Tacs when I was a kid, did they always feel really slimy when you sucked on them? (giggidy.) The slimey texturing wasn’t off putting, but it did make me wonder if something might be wrong with these candies. (Maybe they are stale or something? )

Red/Cherry: Just like the blue flavoring, this was really nostalgic and accurate. This red cherry flavored candy tastes artificial, sweet, slightly tangy, and deliciously fake. You’d never be able to mistake this for fresh picked cherries, but it tastes just like the artificial cherry candies and sweets from my childhood. This flavor seemed to have a slimy mouth texture as well, but it wasn’t nearly as slimey as the blue.

While I found the blue and red colors to be artificial in the fun nostalgic frozen sugar water kind of way, the white was just too bitter and chemically enhanced. It tasted more like a cleaning product than any lime flavored popsicle or candy I’ve ever had. Even though the lime is a dud, the cherry and blue raspberry flavors are a really nice pick me up during my work day. I pop one or two into my mouth while I’m at my desk and it’s a sweet and satisfying candy treat that has some pretty accurate and nostalgic flavors. (Although a bit slimy in texture. Were Tic Tacs always this slimy?)

This is a cute novelty treat that I really enjoyed, if the lime candies get reworked or reformulated this might become my go-to purse candy, but until then this might be a one-time purchase. 

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Here are some items I saw at Wawa and submitted to the spotted on the shelves section of The Impulsive Buy.

Are these really new? I feel like they aren’t, but the labels say other wise. 

Also, glazed chocolate pie? That doesn’t sound too good…

Garlic Hummus Tortilla Chips - Aldi: Cherry Hill, NJ

Time for another specialty buy item from my favorite grocery store ever, Aldi! This time it’s a fancy flavored tortilla chip from their Specially Selected line. Admittedly, I had this sitting in my food review stash for a while, so I am not sure if it’s still available in stores (first world food hoarder problems), but I thought this item was still worthy of reviewing. Who knows, maybe it’ll reappear on the shelves next year, you never know with Aldi.

The packaging follows the same black-heavy design as the rest of the Specially Selected line, but this time there is a bold splash of purple at the top. Usually the colored accents make sense because they have some kind of relation to the flavoring, but I can’t think of any reason why purple is being used with garlic and hummus, then again garlic and hummus are usually a beige-y off-white color, so I guess they just went with something at random that would stand out. While the bag functions well, I think this is one of the least appealing packaging designs for a Special Selected item I have ever seen, but hopefully the chips inside taste good.

I opened the bag, and the chips smelled sweet and garlic-y. At first I found the sweetness a bit off putting, since I definitely wasn’t expecting it, but after my initial reaction I noticed the the sweetness was similar to caramelized onions or garlic.

Do they tastes as sweet as they smell? Yes. These are really sweet and intensely flavored. I can taste garlic, sugar, corn and some kind of seed, in that order. These weren’t at all what I was expecting, and they certainly don’t taste like hummus, but I kinda like them.

The sweet and garlic-y flavoring is nice, but these were so strongly flavored that I can’t imagine wanting to dip them in anything. They may not be accurately flavored, and they might overpower any dip you serve them with, but I really did like these odd little chips. I might not rebuy these in the future, but I won’t have any issues finishing off this bag.

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Birthday Cake Brand Strawberry Shortcake Wine- Wine Works: Cherry Hill, NJ

It’s been a long time since I have reviewed anything alcoholic, which make sense since I rarely drink, but I was out buying some mead as a gift for my friend Sean’s birthday and this packaging caught my eye.

Unlike most people in their 20s, I still can’t stand the taste of beer. (Does that mean I’m lame? Drinking isn’t cool kids.) My liquor cabinet is almost entirely amaretto, white chocolate liqueur, and flavored vodkas,  anything else I may have on hand is usually for cooking or baking. I’ve only ever been drunk once in my life, and that’s because I rather drink things that taste good than things that’ll get me wasted. Plus, with my past stomach issues, booze just wasn’t a good thing for me to put in my already ulcer-ridden stomach. Now that my stomach has been doing really well for almost 2 years, I thought it would be nice to indulge in a cutely packaged, sweet, white wine. (Plus I had friends and family coming over that weekend to share it with.)

The design for this bottle is a nice mixture of novelty gimmicks and classic design. The swirly type face for the logo and dripping icing were really cute, and I like that the white background was left a stark white without any attempt at shading or texturing. While the general layout of the information is typical of most wines, the little quirky cake-like touches make this bottle really playful.

Now I’m pretty skeptical of liquors that say they taste like something else. When you open the bottle they all smell deliciously accurate, but after one sip you’re left with the burning sensation of alcohol. A few of my flavored vodkas have been really impressively accurate, but so far I haven’t encountered a wine I truly enjoy. This wine claims to taste, “like real Strawberry Short Cake,” but we shall see…

Since the wine is white, it was basically transparent and difficult to photograph, it looked just like a glass of water, so I didn’t take a poured shot like I normally do. Just imagine a wine glass filled with clear (slightly yellowed) liquid.

I took a sip, and this definitely does not taste like real strawberry short cake. This is a sweet white wine with a bizarrely refreshing aftertaste. It’s hard to describe, but this gives me a very hydrated mouth-feel and the aftertaste is almost as if I drank a sip of water. (Although there is still the familiar bite of an alcoholic beverage, so there is no mistaking this for flavored water.) The overall cake-taste was just an artificial mix-in, similar to cake vodka, but that weirdly refreshing aftertaste kept me coming back for more. I had two glasses and I still can’t wrap my head around it. Sorry if my description makes little to no sense, but I just can’t comprehend why it has such a crisp mouth-feel.

Sadly, I seemed to be the only one who enjoyed this wine at my gathering. My mother and step dad are really into wine, so I am sure this was really beneath their tastes, and the rest of my attendees prefer Fireball and other hard liquor, but I did enjoy this a lot more than other novelty wines I have had in the past. Since I rarely drink I don’t think I would buy this again, it would sit around forever, but I would happily buy this again if I were going to a party.

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Doritos Loaded- 7-Eleven: Cherry Hill, NJ

Unlike my normal reviews this one was photographed on the go. Say hello to the interior of my Toyota.

When this item was making it’s rounds on all of the foodie blogs I was admittedly horrified, but still oddly curious. I mean they are fried triangles of processed cheese covered in breadcrumbs made from nacho flavored Doritos, none of that is in any way actual food, but when we stopped to get gas on our way home from work my boyfriend and I were staring at the advertisement for these cheesy abominations and we decided to give them a try.

While the overall design follows the “X-treme” Doritos aesthetic, which is almost jokingly obnoxious, the packaging was surprisingly detailed for a conveience store/gas station item. Not only was it folded into a handy cardboard sleeve, but there is even a little pull tab shaped like one of these cheesy triangles to act as a dispenser. It may not look really fancy, but the packaging prevents you from being burned by fried cheese, so it functions well.

I pulled down the tab and the little cheesy triangles were just as orange as they appeared in the 7-Eleven ad. These are bold and bright, just like nacho cheese Doritos, and they smell…bad for you. These little triangles smell like Doritos and fry oil, although I don’t think these are fried in the actual store, are they?

After just one bite, I felt like I had already had enough. These were just as artificial as one would expect.

Inside, the “cheese” is a bright yellowy-orange color and it tastes like the liquid stuff that comes from a pump in most movie theaters or school cafeterias. The semi-solid Velveeta-like cheese center is coated in cheesy Dorito crumbs, so you get a mish-mash of almost every form or artificial cheese on the market all in one handy little triangle.

I’m not trying to sound like a food snob, I mean White Castle is one of my favorite restaurants, but this was bad. Really bad. If you really wanted I bet you could easily recreate this at home using either Velvetta or Kraft Singles and a bunch of Dorito crumbs, but I think this is more of a novelty than something you’d want to make for actual eating. It was fun to get them once and enjoy them with my boyfriend, but I won’t be buying any more of these in the future. (Although if some kind of ranch version emerges I’d be willing to try those at least once.)

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As someone who has tasted the Mango Salsa Wavy Lays, I beg you to avoid them completely. They taste solely of fake mango.

Thanks for the tip! That is exactly what I expected, so I’ll happily avoid them in the near future.

Chameleon Cold Brew Coffee- Wegman’s: Cherry Hill, NJ

Coffee-coffee-coffee-coffee-coffee chameleon! (I couldn’t resist.)

The macarons I picked up during my last trip to Wegman’s were a big let down, but maybe this cold brewed coffee concentrate will make that trip worth while.

I mention this in a lot of my posts, but I’m not a coffee drinker. I enjoy the taste of coffee occasionally, but my boyfriend is absolutely addicted to this stuff. He hardly ever goes a day without it, so I tend to buy a lot of coffee flavored snacks and sweets for us to try together. Since he came over this weekend to make pizza and go swimming I thought it’d be the perfect time to share my latest find, this adorable chameleon-themed coffee.

Whenever I go to Wegman’s I like to wander through the organic and vegetarian/vegan food aisles. Although I don’t follow any kind of strict diet (as you can tell from the contents of this blog), I do like a lot of savory vegan and vegetarian foods. While I was wandering through the refrigerated section looking for some lunch this adorable glass bottle caught my eye.

Well, to be honest, it was more-so the adorable chameleon logo that grabbed my attention. It’s freaking precious! It’s a simplified illustration of a striped chameleon! How could I resist? All it took was some cute (recyclable) packaging and the word “coffee” and into my cart it went.

It’s safe to say that I love this packaging, after all the design was the main reason I bought it, but the glass bottle is thick, sturdy, and entirely recyclable. There is nothing about this design or execution that I don’t like.

Upon further inspection, this coffee is actually low acidity, which works really well for me. One of the reasons why coffee is such a rare treat for me is that the acidity really upsets my stomach. If I drink more than a small cup I end up curled up in a ball on the couch clutching my stomach, which is just as fun as it sounds. (Prior to starting this blog I had a lot of stomach issues including ulcers, so I tend to take it easy on my stomach whenever I can.)  Since this stuff is supposedly low acidity, I shouldn’t get any stomach pains afterwards. I’m actually going to drink a full glass of this stuff with my breakfast and see how things go.

The label states that you can drink this hot or cold, and mix it with milk (or any milk-variation or substitute) or water, but really you can mix this with whatever you like, it just recommends a 1-to-1 ratio. For my drink I used whole milk, since that is what I prefer, and I didn’t add any sweetener at first.

I took a sip, and the coffee flavoring was strong, but surprisingly smooth. Although the flavor was a bit too intense for me on it’s own, I really did like the flavoring. After I added two packets of sugar and gave everything a stir , this coffee was really delicious! (And this is coming from a person who very rarely drinks coffee.)

Now, it tasted great, but what about that low acidity? Was is low enough for me not to have stomach cramps? It was! Oh man, I can’t remember the last time I had an entire glass of coffee without any stomach problems at all. I know I have reviewed coffee drinks in the past, and I’ve enjoyed them, but I usually ended up hating myself later when I was curled up rubbing my poor stomach, but this had no painful repercussions.

Since this coffee was really delicious, and I felt perfectly fine the next day, I asked my boyfriend to make me another iced coffee along with his first cup of coffee for breakfast.I may have bought this because of my boyfriend’s love of coffee and the cute label, but this is an item I will repurchase in the future just for myself. If you have any kind of acidity troubles preventing you from drinking coffee I highly recommend this brand.

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Macaron 6-pack- Wegman’s: Cherry Hill, NJ

Part 1: Vanilla, Pistachio and mystery Coffee/Salted caramel

I took a ton of photos today and I’ll be writing a bunch of posts tomorrow so that the posting schedule will be back on track starting today!

Okay, let’s finish off these macarons!

So the first three flavors, other than the mystery coffee/caramel one, were pretty disappointing. The texture of these macarons has been better than the frozen ones I have reviewed in the past, but the flavors have been really bland. Let’s see if the last three flavors will be able to make this purchase worthwhile.

First up, lemon.

This is a flavor I have never had from a grocery store, although I hear Trader Joe’s now offers it in their frozen macaron line-up, so I have nothing to compare this too.

I took a bite, and again the texture is crispier than the frozen variety, but the lemon flavoring was just as weak as the last three flavors I’ve reviewed. I tried a bit of the filling on it’s own and it had some nice lemony flavoring, but when it was combined with the crisp shells it becomes so muted. The filling is tart and tangy, similar to mixing lemon curd into white cake frosting, but I couldn’t detect any lemon in the crispy macaron itself. As the these cookies/shells dyed different colors and not flavored?

Now the chocolate macaron should taste like cocoa, since it makes more sense to add cocoa for coloring than food dye, so maybe this will let me know if these are truly flavored or dyed.

I took a bite, this time of the cookie/shell alone, and although the flavoring was initially the same as all the others, there was a slightly bitter cocoa powder aftertaste. It wasn’t especially strong, and to be honest I’m not sure if the cookie itself was cocoa flavored or if it was just interacting with the chocolate filling long enough for the flavors to mingle, so I still don’t know if these are all the same cookie with different food coloring and fillings.

Thankfully, the chocolate filling for this macaron was rich and fudgy, when eaten together the chocolate flavoring was really enjoyable, although it tasted more like semi-sweet chocolate chips than a dark or milk chocolate, I still liked it quite a bit.

Lastly we have raspberry…I think. Maybe this is strawberry? I’m not 100% sure. Since none of these macarons had any scent to them I had to guess the flavorings based on appearances and taste, so let’s take a bite and see what this flavoring really is.

Yup, this is another bland, but crispy, almond-based cookie, but the filling seems to be raspberry jam. The filling is sweet, tangy, and very flavorful. When eaten together the filling brightens up the cookie a bit, but it’s no where near as good as the raspberry macarons from Looka or even Trader Joes.

Out of all the grocery store pre-prepared macarons I have had, these were the worst AND the most expensive. Out of all 6 colors/flavors I liked the mystery coffee/caramel one from my last review the most, but even though I enjoyed it I can’t buy that flavor on it’s own, so I won’t be repurchasing these in the future. If you’re looking for fairly cheap macaron-like cookies to keep on hand I recommend Looka or Trader Joe’s, these little cookies from Wegman’s may look pretty and more high-end, but they are nearly flavorless.

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Do Us a Flavor is Back and I am Sadly Unimpressed

The foodie side of the internet has been exploding the last few hours with news of the new flavor finalists. I first saw the announcement posted on Food Beast, with Huffington Post and other newsie sites to follow, and I really thought these flavors were a joke. I mean it would bring a lot of attention back to the campaign and contest if they had such wacky and outlandish flavors, but these seem so…meh. Last year’s finalists made a lot of sense as far as popular flavors go, and these seem so off-base in comparison.Out of the four, I am most interested in the Wasabi Ginger Kettle Chips, but I know I have to get the Cappuccino ones for my boyfriend. (Although the chips are said to contain no real coffee or caffeine.) When it comes to the other two finalists, I’m really uninterested. I feel like I’ve had enough cheesy flavored chips, especially after last year’s winner Cheesy Garlic Bread became a permanent addition to the Lay’s line, so even if they have bacon in them, I’ll pass. Admittedly, if the Mango Salsa ones are in any way spicy I’d love to check them out, but I am really worried that they’ll just end up being sickeningly sweet. Are any of you excited for these flavors? Or are you just as “meh” as I am?


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Do Us a Flavor is Back and I am Sadly Unimpressed
The foodie side of the internet has been exploding the last few hours with news of the new flavor finalists. I first saw the announcement posted on Food Beast, with Huffington Post and other newsie sites to follow, and I really thought these flavors were a joke. I mean it would bring a lot of attention back to the campaign and contest if they had such wacky and outlandish flavors, but these seem so…meh.

Last year’s finalists made a lot of sense as far as popular flavors go, and these seem so off-base in comparison.

Out of the four, I am most interested in the Wasabi Ginger Kettle Chips, but I know I have to get the Cappuccino ones for my boyfriend. (Although the chips are said to contain no real coffee or caffeine.)

When it comes to the other two finalists, I’m really uninterested. I feel like I’ve had enough cheesy flavored chips, especially after last year’s winner Cheesy Garlic Bread became a permanent addition to the Lay’s line, so even if they have bacon in them, I’ll pass. Admittedly, if the Mango Salsa ones are in any way spicy I’d love to check them out, but I am really worried that they’ll just end up being sickeningly sweet.

Are any of you excited for these flavors? Or are you just as “meh” as I am?
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