Sunday, January 8, 2012

IKEA extras

For $35.55, I was able to recently buy a few extras at IKEA. But they did NOT have lingonberries - sold out! Really?! Is there an IKEA near you?

22 comments:

  1. I also always love the Swedish food-market at the IKEA-store!

    In Venlo it's all okay, we're used to high water and we're prepared!! No worries at all!

    I'm looking forward to the annual blogger-meeting of dutch CDB in Tilburg, next week.

    Speak to you soon!

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  2. Speaking of Sweden... seen The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo? Wonderful book AND movie. Those winter images of the Swedish landscape... wow!

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  3. Must admit that I can get lost in the store that they have here, so tend to avoid it Leif and go without the Swedish treats! Then again, we have some fantastic West Australian produce especially from the South West region which would have to be my first love. Now I would really go hunting for that!

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  4. I seriously doubt that there is an Ikea store within 100 miles of Santa Fe. Because of the richness of the Hispanic and Native American cultures here, Scandanavians are in short supply. How about a tamale, red or green chilis or a taco or two, Leif!

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  5. We are trying to avoid the 2 IKEAs in town. The only time we can go there, on saturday morning, the crowds make this good shop into a living hell, if you're ever so slightly agoraphobic. Nice stuff, and very nice food though.

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  6. I have an IKEA 15 minutes away - it sells furniture and many other non-food products. You can eat in the cafeteria.

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  7. The nearest store to us is around a 90 minute drive away. We don't go very often!

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  8. Closest one to me is 6 hours away in Denver.

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  9. Ikea gibt es in Liechtenstein nicht. In der Schweiz gibt es jedoch einige davon. Der nächste für uns ist in St. Gallen. Von Ruggell bis nach St. Gallen sind es etwa 40 Minuten mit dem Auto. Ich liebe Ikea :-)) Ich war auch schon bei einer Ikea-Eröffnung in Amerika dabei - kannst du dich erinnern, Leif?

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  10. KC does not have an Ikea, unfortunately : (

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  11. All the food looks good but the lingon berries I had to look up we say tyttebær.Everyone has a IKEA within reach I think.

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  12. There are three pieces of Lingon juice in our kitchen, so far did not dare to drink, are they good ?

    Half our furniture is from IKEA. Happy and satisfied with them. There are various over here. Mostly send me wife and son to shop there though. Please have you all a kind week.

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  13. What do you mean by "near?" If you mean less than an hour away, YES. There are three. :)

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  14. Where are the bolts and nuts and Allen wrenches?

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  15. winnipeg get the first ikea next year.

    currenlty i'm in the near of chicago - here is an ikea !!! shall i bring something to eagan ??? ;-)))

    big hello from illionois

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  16. Closest one is in Budapest, but one is coming here this year, I think.

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  17. Ah, Ikea. I love it, but sadly there is no store here in Hawaii...sigh.

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  18. Vårt IKEA befinner seg en halvtimes kjøring retning Oslo. MEN, under snøen, like i nærheten, befinner seg de "lingonrøda tuvor" som venter på en ny vår, sommer, HØST og nye (Eagen?)plukkere !

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  19. We drove past the Dallas area IKEA going to the football game on Saturday. I have never been in it. All I could think of was how and square the building was.

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  20. There are two IKEA near me! :-)

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  21. Yes there is Leif, a huuuge one! I find them a little scary, once you're in there on that 'path' it's hard to get off haha!

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