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An Udi-ful Thanksgiving

Can you believe that Thanksgiving is four days away?  Seriously?  Where did the month of November go?  Nevermind that, where has the year of 2012 vanished to? Our Thanksgiving will be spent surrounded by family and friends.  And yes, food.  Yummy food.

Fortunately, I am not required to make all of the tasty treats that we will be having in the week to come.  Nope.  I’ve had a little help from Udi’s Gluten Free. When we go shopping for our Udi’s, it can sometimes be quite the experience.  This time around, I was in search of two of Udi’s newer products – the Classic French & Seeded Whole Grain Dinner Rolls and French baguettes! I wanted to pick some up to take to our family gathering.  Yummy dinner rolls that I don’t have to make?  Yes, please.

Trouble was, our local grocery doesn’t have them in yet.  We went to four different stores in search of them.  Two stores only had Udi’s bagels.  While those are yummy in and of themselves, it isn’t what I wanted.  The third store didn’t have any Udi’s.  At the fourth, and final, store I found an impressive assortment of Udi’s, including bread, muffins, cinnamon rolls, and even pizza crusts.  But no baguettes.  I spoke with that store manager.   He promised to call me and let me know if they will have them in time for Christmas, since they don’t expect to stock them before Thanksgiving. Did you know that most store managers welcome your product requests, if they aren’t carrying them already, and will accommodate those requests if they can?  I’ve always been one of those, “Don’t bother them, they have work to do” types.  Then one day, I realized that keeping me (the customer) happy is part of their job and they are usually happy to hear from me.

Assortment of Udis

Since there were no baguettes to be had, I picked up some Udi’s hot dog buns (I like to use them to make garlic cheese bread), chocolate cupcakes, cinnamon rolls, and cinnamon raisin bread.  The cinnamon rolls come with a yummy topping, but they taste great without it, too.  Now I’ve got sweet breads covered for a while.  Yum.

Now I can concentrate of all those things I am thankful for!

What do you do when your grocery doesn’t carry the products you want?

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.

Comments

  1. I have definitely asked my grocer to get something for me before. They’re usually more than willing to do it, and if it sells they’ll keep on ordering it. I got them to start ordering some Chicago-style pizza at one of my stores about a year ago and they can barely keep it in stock.

  2. I can’t believe how soon Thanksgiving will be here either! I love Udis!

    When my store doesn’t have what I want, I either check somewhere else or if it’s something I buy on a regular basis, I will ask my regular store (Kroger) to carry it. Talk to the manager if it’s something you plan on buying often and chances are they will start carrying it.