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Monday, May 30, 2011

Frugal Food in France

We are going to Nantes later this summer. We will probably do much of our grocery shopping in the markets, but we love love love Monoprix, a chain that has groceries, stationery, kitchen wares, and even clothing.

We always bring back a few French notebooks, with the graph pattern pages, and can't wait to have a little one to buy petit bateau shirts for.

Now you can even check out the food ads on-line. What a great way to practice my French and prepare my budget.

Many people are bewildered by my love of checking grocery ads; perhaps checking FRENCH grocery ads has a bit more cachet.

4 comments:

Marcela said...

Monoprix is great! When we were in Paris last July we used to buy a few salads and sandwiches there to take with us while sightseeing.

Have fun in France!

Duchesse said...

Between Monoprix and the local markets you will have a fine food time!

Tish Jett said...

Yes, we do love, love, love Monoprix!

Frugal Scholar said...

@Marcela--We do the same.

@Duchesse--Oh, we hope so! thanks.

@TJ--Thanks for stopping by. Love your blog. Trying to figure out what I can wear in Nantes. My son said NO FLIPFLOPS, even leather.