Monday, November 21, 2005

Today in the mail...

...I got the most awesome package! From Jenn of I Got Two Shoes. This was part of Blogging by Mail 3 hosted over at my little kitchen. Check it out - there are lots of interesting packages flying around all over the world.

As for mine...I was very excited when I saw the mailing label. My parcel came all the way from South Korea! And look at all the fun stuff inside:


Mmm...I'll never be tired of instant noodles. This cup is very considerate in letting me know in very large letters that I am only consuming 130 kcal.

Oooh...now I can make rice balls. There's even a packet of "health rice" to make them with - and a packet of rice flavoring. Which flavor? Cheese!


Yum...chocolate-covered sunflower seeds, chocolate-dipped cracker sticks, and several flavors of chocolate. I love when korean food packages have english writing on them. Here's what the packages say:
"Jeju Orange Chocolate is made with world-level prodution technollogy and the most up-to-date German and Italian machines using 100% natrual jeju tangerine grown in the blessed island, jeju. jeju chocolate contains all the ingredients of natural tangential, including Vitamin-C & Fiber, which gives it a taste unique from others chocolate and is also healthy." Nice. Healthy chocolate.
"Green tea chocolate has the freshness of the first flush leaf with sweet. It is a neo-concept chocolate that spreads the freshness with not too sweet in your mouth."
"Jeju Cactus Chocolate is made with cactus powder through vacuum lyophilization of Jeju Cactus. It adds nutritive substance to deep and tender chocolate taste."
Even though this chocolate is healthy, Jenn has included a box of "smart herb tea" (I hope it helps me through my qualifying exams) and some T-smile gum so that I don't get cavities. :)

Thank you so much Jenn for your very generous package! My parents will be in Korea this year for Christmas, and my brother and I won't be able to go with them. We'll definitely make some rice balls and eat some health chocolate so we can feel like we're with them this year...

3 comments:

Jelly said...

Hi Anne! I'm glad your package arrived there ok! It looks like it made it there without getting too bashed up, too. I'm surprised, actually, that it got there so quickly, as I mailed it only 6 days ago! Hooray for the Korean and US Post!
You know, I never read the "Engrish" on those chocolates. Hilarious!
So, you're very welcome for all the things I sent to keep you 'healthy and smart!' I do hope you enjoy them. Happy holidays to you and your family!

lisaSD said...

Wow--That was one full package!

What a cool event!

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Can anyone tell me where I can get Jeju Orange chocolates here in the US? I live in los angeles. Please email me at littledragongirlie@yahoo.com

I'm desperately looking for the chocolates! LOVE the way they taste, can't go back to normal chocolates again!