I like Ritz crackers, and I like chocolate — so what can go wrong? THIS. My mistake: “fudge” does not mean chocolate. Yuck. One bite, and the rest went to work. Sending this box panel off to Tokyo, Japan, in a food package postcard tag.
More packaged foodstuffs, but this time something much better: the seasoned flour for Tom Yum chicken goes out in a food package postcard tag to Cedar Hill, Texas.
This is the restaurant in San Francisco where the food may not be the best, but free postcards? Yeah, I guess I love this place (even though I may well never decide to eat there again). Going off in a food tag to Rui’an, Zhejiang, China.
These messy cones are going to Foshan, Guangdong, China.
Let me show you the back side of that one right now. Never have I been so matchy-matchy.
The creme brulee with blowtorch goes to Gunma, Japan.
Brown foods go to Harbin, Heilongjiang, China. I should have paid more attention, not to send Chinese foods to China, but maybe the guy will love it. I told him I’ve eaten most of these things–and cooked with some of them–over the last month.
Moving away from food, while staying on topic: part of the joy of buffet (all of the joy of buffet?) is about choice. Postcrossing Forum has many tags where users can link to their available postcards, and others can choose the card they want. The redwoods were chosen by a Postcrosser in Nairne, SA, Australia.
This one was chosen by a Postcrosser in Saint Petersburg, Russia:
This one was requested by someone in Lübeck, Germany. I told her that I’m not convinced the trees are actually in Hawaii. This is one I received as a part of a disappointassortment. Look it up, you’ll find it, I’m sure.
By request to Omsk, Russia…
By request to Fiskars Village, Finland:
Franklin meets Linus, off by request to Taichung City, Taiwan.
“Have a great country day!” WOOOO! I never thought I’d get rid of this stinker! Off by request to its recipient in Cheboksary, Russia.
Moving off the buffet line to non-request tags: this one went out in a Disney tag to New Taipei City, Taiwan.
Another one to Taiwan, this one to a map lover in Taipei.
This, from my most recent quick shopping stop into the Charles M. Schulz Museum, goes off to Yokohama, Japan.
Moving along… I took another stop at Postcard United! a click on the “send a postcard” button, and I prepped this one for its trip to Johor, Malaysia.
Stamps, stickers, & washi tape time…