Dear Chip,Even if it isn't most convenient, sounds worth going to for some things we can't get at the Lake Ella Publix.
Thank Allie for taking the time for the description; we must make a trip there next week.
Darla----- Original Message ----- From: "Allison and Chip Orange" <acorange@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, November 13, 2010 1:23 PM Subject: [tabi] new Killearn Publix, part 1
Hi all,Allie is all excited about the new Publix, so she wanted to do a descriptionfor everyone on TABI: both the layout, and a review of various things. -------- Hello, TABI Peeps, I was at the Grand Opening of the new Publix, and as promised, they have a map and an aisle listing. So I thought I'd take a minute and give you the aisle listing and then work on a description of the map for you all in a separate email. (That will explain where aisles listed as "Pharmacy" or "Dairy" are located in the store.) Before I begin, a mini-review: If you love to cook, you'll love it--they have so much more than the otherstore, including every ingredient you can think of, both basic and gourmet,and everything you need to cook including cookware, small appliances and utensils. If you don't love to cook, you'll love it--they have a full pharmacy, separate sections for organic, wine and gourmet cheese, expanded bakery, salad bar, a hot bar with Chinese food and 4 soups-of-the-day, a vastly expanded section of hot deli foods and a sandwich bar. They also have scores of people to help you. Whenever we asked where anitem was located, the Publix staff told us and then wanted to take us to theaisle. The only downside to the new store is that the aisles are fairly narrow, alittle wider than 2 carts across. And it was crowded for the Grand Opening, of course. (You would think people in Tallahassee had never seen a grocerystore before!) If this is the Publix that is convenient for you, it will be so worth theeffort to relearn the layout of the store, so without further ado, the aislelisting. ~Allie Item and Aisle Ammonia 10 Apple Sauce 3 Baby Needs Pharmacy Bar Soap Pharmacy Batteries 8 Beer-Cold 12 Bleaches 10 Bread 11 Brooms-Mops 10 Cake Mixes 6 Candles 10 Candy 7 Cereals 5 Charcoal 9 Cheese Dairy Cleaners 10 Cocoa 5 Coffee 5 Cookies-Crackers 2 Dairy Products Dairy Dietetic Foods 5 Disinfectants 10 Dog Food 8 Eggs Dairy Ethnic Foods 4 Extracts 6 Flour 6 Frozen Food 13-15 Fruits, Canned 3 Fruits, Dried 6 Gelatins 6 Grits 5 Honey 5 Insecticides 9 Jellies 5 Juices, Canned 2 Ketchup 6 Light Bulbs 8 Macaroni 3 Margarine Dairy Marshmallows 7 Matches 9 Mayonnaise 6 Meal 6 Meats, Canned 4 Medicine Pharmacy Milk, Canned 5 Moth Balls 10 Mushrooms, Canned 3 Mustard 6 Nuts, Canned 12 Oats 5 Oils 6 Olives 6 Paper Goods 9 Peanut Butter 5 Pet Foods 8 Pickles 6 Pie Crust 6 Popcorn 12 Potato Chips 12 Prunes 6 Raisins 6 Rice 3 Salad Dressing 6 Salt 6 Sauces, Meat 6 Seafood, Canned 4 Soap - Detergents 10 Soda, Baking 6 Soft Drinks 11 Soup 4 Spaghetti, Dried 3 Spices 6 Sugar 6 Syrup 5 Tea 5 Tissue 9 Tomato Paste 3 Toothpicks 9 Toys/Games 7 Vegetables, Canned 3 Vegetables, Fresh Produce Vinegar 6 Water 11 Waxes 10 Wines Left Wall Yeast 6Check out the TABI resource web page at http://acorange.home.comcast.net/TABIand please make suggestions for new material.if you'd like to unsubscribe you can do so through the freelists.org web interface, or by sending an email to the address tabi-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the word "unsubscribe" in the subject.
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