Friday, July 31, 2009

jacked by the co-op

Good lord, do you ever get jacked by a co-op? You know what I mean, oops that watermelon cost five dollars and damn the guy thought that was an organic red pepper so it cost 2.50. A hundred bucks later and you're bummed.

Anyways, I have something very exciting to report. Due to picking up some beer from a new distributor, the Davis Co-op now has my personal favorite beer selection in all of the greater Sacramento area. As I've mentioned they have the Bruery, and now they have Jolly Pumpkin, Nogne, Mikkeler, and Struisse brewery's Pannepot, a quirky old-fashioned ale brewed with spices.


Anonymous said...

I have to admit moving away from the co-op neighborhood has saved me a lot of money already.
Moving closer to Taylor's might not help me though.


Anonymous said...

It's worth spending the money on real food.


beckler said...

well, yeah sometimes it's worth it. but over two dollars for a red pepper is not worth it to me.

skpr said...

Yes, real expensive food. Because the farmers have to up their prices due to all the certifications.

Ask the farmer at the end of this article: