First off, is this not the best banana display?! Is this going on elsewhere in the country/world? [insert low hanging fruit joke here]
THIS got me jazzed. My new healthy kick has required the use of spices, but-oh, hey, most of my spices were full of bugs. Yes, gross, I know. Seeing smaller quantities of spices, for a lower price than at other groceries, was totally up my alley.
I really don't know what you kids are doing these days.
Related required shot of the bath salts collection. Complete with mason jars. How precious.
BEST COOKIES IN THE WORLD! I WILL TAKE THEM ALL! AND EAT THEM!
All sorts of chip things are available. I didn't buy any, but if there's one we should be checking out, give us a holler.
And then you enter into the overwhelming cafeteria-esque area. There's soup! There's cookies! There's bread! Look over here! Look over there! Decisions! Or, if you're me, a minor anxiety attack and quickly running away.
There's also Dough doughnuts that look like they've seen better days.
And cupcakes that I can get at Smorgasburg.
Yes, it is madness that people buy frozen pizza when they live in New York City. Sheer madness. I agree, Whole Foods. Speaking of…
This is really why everyone's going, right? One guy didn't notice the lonely pizza, I did. Yes, I got the last frozen
And I can say, without a doubt, that this is the best frozen pizza I've ever eaten in all my days. I'll let you be the judge of whether it's worth the $11. But good lawd, it is delicious (and got all nice and crispy when done in my cast iron.)
There are a few other pictures from my way through the Whole Foods over on our Flickr, including the ermahgawd Greyston Bakery cookie thins that I ate by the box, or you can go see my initial gut reactions on my Instagram. jump