Here's what ended up in my cart:
- Sunday Observer Newspaper from London (at about a 3x mark-up)
- Kerry Gold butter - another bad habit from my UK days
- Hot loaf of garlic infused bread with cloves of garlic.
- Half gallon of milk
- Pint of shrimp bisque
- Croissants for breakfast
- Pate with truffles
- Hobnobs with plain chocolate - yet another bad habit from the UK (one nibble and you're nobbled!)
Wegmans, oddly enough, has a British food section, and since the Brits aren't known for their stellar cuisine, you can find the traditional mushy peas, Birds custard, some Irish bread mixes and the UK equivalent of Vegemite, called Marmite.The store was mobbed, and from what I understand from a friend I ran into there, it's always like that. It was fun to see the spectacular variety of what they sell, but the distance, combined with the crowds will make a trip out there a rare event for me.