New Year’s Eve and Day

Rick and I had a very mellow New Year’s Eve.  We bought a pound of large shrimp and 4 lobster tails at Jungle Jim’s International Market.  This place is so HUGE that it’s almost intimidating.  One can spend hours poking around this place…..

Discover a World of Food and More!

Jungle Jim’s International Market is more than a grocery store, it’s a destination! With more than 200,000 square feet of shopping space in each of our stores, there are over 150,000 products from which to choose.

In addition to all the grocery items, you’ll find store tours, food demonstrations and lots of fun and attractions for the whole family.

Our stores also offer more gift shops, boutiques, restaurants and conveniences than any other mega store in the region. Stop in for an hour or make a day of it. However you do it, shopping at Jungle Jim’s 

The 2 of us just sat in front of the television, sipping and nibbling.  Very enjoyable.

The BIG FUN started on New Year’s Day.  Sadly, Tony had to work, so missed the fun.  He’s an executive chef at BRAVO’S and works long hours.

Aunt Nan had her annual “Pig Tail Party” to get things rolling.  Baked until super crispy…. yummy.  Like meaty cracklins.  (probably something that you have to grow up with…. very German)  After about 4 pounds of tails, we moved on to dinner.

Center cut pork loin roast, Country pork ribs, Sauerkraut, Mashed Potatoes, Baked Apples, Limas and an Angel hair pasta with pork drippings…..decadent.  I had a Filipino client that turned me onto this.

We had a great day!