sweet leaf sweet tea

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Sat 31 May 2008 8:32 pm

sweet leaf sweet tea
I love real southern sweet tea so this looked exciting. Except that it wasn’t…it’s not even close to being sweet enough to be considered “sweet tea” and there’s way too much water. The tea that I could taste seemed good and fresh, but this is not sweet tea. Not by a mile. c+

trader joe milk

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Fri 30 May 2008 9:05 pm

trader joe\'s milk
Normally I have trouble telling one brand of milk apart from the next, but this one really stood out. It’s got a slightly sweeter than usual flavor and tastes a bit creamier than other milk brands. I really liked it. My favorite brand of milk so far! a

hungry-man boneless pork

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Thu 29 May 2008 8:42 pm

hungry-man boneless pork
hungry-man boneless pork

If you really like McDonalds McRib sandwich, you might like this entree. The boneless pork is basically processed formed “ribs” with a sweet bbq sauce. It tastes like it sounds: generic pork meat, with corn, mashed potatoes, and a brownie. The brownie was the best part of this meal. c-

snapple green tea

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Wed 28 May 2008 8:11 pm

snapple green tea
This looks good and pure, but notice how light the color of the drink is. That’s because it’s really watered-down green tea. It’s not bad: it tastes like good quality green tea. But it’s so watered down that they might as well have called it green tea flavored water. c+

swanson beef pot pie

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Wed 28 May 2008 6:19 pm

swanson beef pot pie
It’s cheap but tasty, and it’s my favorite beef pie. The filling is decent, with lots of decent meat and veggies in a flavorful gravy. But it’s the crust that makes it so good: really flaky and tasty. a

digiorno spinach and tomato pizza

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Tue 27 May 2008 5:12 pm

digiorno spinach and tomato pizza
I thought the garlic bread crust would make this pizza exciting. Instead, the crust was had a texture like toast and tasted like a bland english muffin. The toppings were ok…you can’t really mess up spinach and tomatoes, and there wasn’t much of a garlic flavor. And the entire pizza was tiny. c

arizona pomegranate green tea

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Tue 27 May 2008 2:47 pm

arizona pomegranate green tea
I love Arizona’s honey green tea and I like a lot of the pomegranate tea’s from POM and other companies, so I was excited by this pomegranate green tea. Unfortunately, I was really disappointed. The pomegranate taste overpowered the tea and had a medicinal flavor that I didn’t like. Maybe that’s why other companies mix pomegranate with black tea instead of green tea. c-

lipton pure leaf green tea

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Mon 26 May 2008 3:49 pm

lipton pure leaf green tea
Wow, it’s so good and refreshing. It’s lightly sweetened with honey, but it doesn’t overpower the green tea flavor. You can really taste the green tea, especially as an after taste, and there’s just a hint of the green tea bitterness that lingers. Good stuff! a

marie callender’s beef pot pie

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Mon 26 May 2008 2:37 pm

marie callender beef pie
The filling is slightly better than swanson’s beef pie, with more meat and veggies, and very tasty. There’s almost too much filling, and once you mix in the crust, the whole pie gets really dense. The crust isn’t very flaky, though, and I prefer the swanson pie crust. Don’t cook this in the microwave: it make the crust a bit too crunchy and hard, and the microwave makes the beef a bit tough. b+

goose island root beer

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Mon 26 May 2008 2:01 pm

goose island root beer
The label says proudly “real sugar.” Strangely enough, there’s a faint aftertaste that strongly reminds me of artificial sweetener. This root beer is pretty mild, and sort of flat. I’m not too crazy about it. d+

marie callender herb-roasted chicken

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Mon 26 May 2008 2:00 pm

marie callender herb chicken
The chicken is teeny tiny but pretty good tasting. The skin tastes really good, but the meat is bit bland…it could’ve used some salt. The veggies are soggy with a nice herbal flavor. b

marie callender country fried beef steak

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Mon 26 May 2008 1:51 pm

marie callender country fried beef steak
The meat’s a bit dry. The coating is decent, with a slightly crunchy texture. The sauce is decent and has enough flavor. Mashed potatoes are good. The glazed carrots are a bit funky at first bite, a bit raw tasting with a touch of sweetness. After you eat more, you can taste the light cinnamon. b-

sioux city root beer

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Wed 19 Mar 2008 9:48 pm

sioux city root beer
It seems more heavily carbonated than typical sodas so it really bites the front of your tongue. Then it slowly backs away and doesn’t linger. It’s neat. The strong, just barely herbal flavor is good, and mostly I enjoyed the effect of the sudden flavor that disappears quickly. An effervescent b.

journey rich herbal desert sage root beer

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Mon 10 Mar 2008 10:54 pm

journey rich herbal desert sage root beer
Hmm…interesting…it’s really not like regular root beer. It’s sort of sasparilla-like, and slightly medicinal tasting. You can definitely taste the herbs, and it’s not too sweet. This is a bit too unique for my taste. It’s a bit too much like medicine trying to disguise itself as root beer. c

35% cacoa reserve by hershey’s

Blogged by edjusted as foodstuffs — edjusted Mon 10 Mar 2008 10:52 pm

cacao hershey\'s
Pretty darn good. Much better than the usual hershey milk chocolate, and not too bitter. Smooth and rich without being too bitter.
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