In order to demonstrate the vast variety of Maggi, I took a picture of the Maggie aisle at our local Familia (think Wal-Mart, but less evil). As you can see, it has a lot to offer. Today I made a pasta, cheese, ham casserole with Maggie. I was really bummed because we went to the bigger Familia in Oldenburg about a week later and their Maggie aisle had a huge neon sign! Maggi's main competitor is Knorr, which is also very good. At our Familia, Knorr also has its own aisle.
Taking this picture was a stressful endeavor.
(The German is pushing the cart, and Claire stops to take the camera out of her purse.)
German: What are you doing??
Claire: I am going to take a picture of the Maggi aisle.
German: (looking at me like I am totally insane) WHY?
Claire: For my blog. Some of my readers have never seen a Maggi isle.
(This seems like an acceptable answer to the German. Clear looks up with sudden panic in her eyes.)
Claire: Do you think I could get in trouble?
German: (with sudden panic in his voice) I am not sure!
Claire: Well go look around the corner and make sure no one is looking.
(The German cranes his neck. He steps into the aisle).
German: All clear!
(Claire takes the picture and shoves the camera back into her purse.)
We live on the edge out here in ol' Cloppenburg. I think we may be ready for a bank robbery next.
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If the FBI, CIA or some other criminal investigating unit just read this blog, I SWEAR on my new sandals that we are not planning a bank robbery.