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Old 04.04.2007, 23:56
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Shipping stuff from US to CH

I'm hooked on a few "carefully discovered" treats available in US groceries only.
(some of them maybe UK too, but not sure)

-Hungry Jack's "Just add water"-type Pancake Mix. This is not your average el-cheapo european copy. This is the real deal for perfect pancakes and waffles. No substitue.

-Folger's ground coffee (medium), comes in a HUGE plastic bucket. Nice brew with my Bunn machine.

-Coffee from Dunkin Donuts. Beats the s**t out of Folgers.

-Coors Lite beer. ice cold baby... no substitute... yumm I got thirsty

-Mountain Dew Code Red, Dr.Pepper (ok, this one can be had in coop on lucky days)

-Cinnabon rolls, frozen


**** As you can see from my premium culinary list these are some heavy and bulky products.
I have a US mail forwarding address but can't pay Fedex rates for a box of coffee! (ca. ~$30 for one coffee!)

When I travel I make sure to fill up as many suitcases as possible with the goodies.
When some friend travels I usually ask them to pick up one item from my list

Maybe somebody on this forum is just organizing a larger shipment (container?) where some free space is left. I could pay a proportional amount and load it with STUFF.



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