B-Kyu: Supermarkets of Mystery: Emu, kangaroo and crocodile jerky
B-Kyu: Supermarkets of Mystery - Wattalappan, Sri Lankan dessert
B-Kyu: Supermarkets of Mystery ~ Sizzling sisig in a can - Filipino
B-Kyu: Supermarkets of Mystery ~ San Jin Watermelon Frost Toothpaste
B-Kyu: Supermarkets of Mystery ~ Japanese cook in a mug cake
One of the best selling products at Daiso are the 7D Dried Mangoes. They are super sweet and highly addictive, no little wonder.
Mr ABC makes a fine bunch of enoki mushrooms.
Korean Cinnamon drink. makes your tongue a little tingly, super sweetness in a can.
Prickly pear fruit from Azzi Supermarket in Enmore. You need tongs and gloves to handle the prickly outsides.
Two wonderful chutneys. Green Tamarind Chutney is now a permanent favourite, especially mixed in with a dollop of plain yoghurt.
Coconut cream in a small tetrapack make sit easy to shoot a small amount into a recipe without waste. This one is about 60ml.
Mama's 'Homemade' Ajvar has been a summer sandwich revelation. Slap it thickly on sliced bread with cheese and tomato. This one has some added chilli heat.
Looking for something different for a veg curry? These tinned banana blossoms make a good base for a creamy cocounut curry. Street Food: Supermarkets of Mystery ~ Tinned Banana Blossom in Brine
Spam onigiri $2 from Combini 8 in Pittsway Arcade. A true better-than-it-should-be snack.
Cute or evil (??!) bunny face meringues from Wilson's Cake Shop in Mascot.
We bought these brown paper plate liners in Ubud, saves on lots of messy washing up and gives us that 'eating in Indonesia' feeling.