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Foodland of Albertville Alabama grits aisle
8 LB BAG SOUR WORMS (n.b. worm illustration) $3.95
The MadMen at Dr Pepper/Snapple Group finally noticed that Southerners have been basting meat with soda pop since 1885, so there’s now a Dr Pepper bottle sweetly labeled “Marinade.” [historical sidebar: Dr Pepper was introduced to millions of visitors at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair, where it was an instant success. Other major food products introduced at the exposition included the ice cream cone, hot dog rolls and hamburger buns.] Any Southerner can tell you there are 23 natural and artificial ingredients, none of them prunes, in Dr Pepper and that there is no period after Dr
Cathy, owner/operator, Albertville Beauty Salon, E. Main Street, Albertville
Just telling it like it is.
Sandwich Host, my favorite lunch spot, features 1 Meat + 3 Sides + Drunk for $6.95 & tax
Sandwich Host waitresses, taking a break after lunch rush
The whole post kills me! Supreme local color. I’ll make it Albertville one these days.
OMG!!!!!!!!!!! amazing post! the lady with Fifi is killing me!
Sandwich Host is my kinda lunch joint….i’ll have the fried chicken, white beans, yams and speckled butter beans, cause i’m guessing the fried okra is already sold out. Next time i go by Calandro’s, i’ll photo the hot sauce shelf for contrast/comparison to the grits shelf which is quite impressive.
wow, fabulous psot!! really makes me wish I had our old truck so I could hit the road and see more of this country…it’s so diverse…