The conversion of the Canadian Dollar (as of Monday this week):
$1 Canadian Dollar = .75 cents US (this makes us cry a little that it is so low!) or $1.04 Australian Dollar or .70 Euro or .49 British Pound
another conversion - 1 KG = 2.2 Pounds
First we have the best part - the Turkey - unfortunately Lady won't let us catch one, so we have to buy one. Turkey was $3.28 a kg.
|A not great picture of the turkeys in our backyard|
What turkey is complete without the stuffing. Cause the Lady can't eat gluten a loaf of her gluten free bread is $6.49. Highway robbery is you ask her.
Next up is the sweet potatoes. These are a new favourite in our house. They will set you back $1.29 a kg.
What meal isn't complete with something green. The beans were $6.15 a kg.
We are not pumpkin pie eaters in our house, we are apple pie ones. Macintosh apples were $4.99 a lb. Don't ask why they were sold by the pound in Canada. It is one of those mysteries, especially since they were products of Canada.
Thanks for shopping with us in rural Quebec, Canada.
We hope all our American pals enjoy their Thanksgiving!