Now that we’ve dealt with the minor distractions like gigs, moving and robberies, it’s time to get back to what really matters – breakfast cereal.
The staple of our lives for the last three or four years has been Jordans Crunch. A UK company, but widely available in France – until last month.
I’ve mentioned before how the village we’re in has possibly the worst bakery in France, so croissants and fresh bread are not such a good option for breakfast. In the morning I just want to eat. I don’t want a project involving driving to the next town, and then dealing with all the social requirements of the bakery.
So Jordans has been there for us, the delicious basic Country Crunch. During a health kick we tried scaling down to muesli but unless we make our own (which is too much effort…see yogurt machine) it’s like eating sawdust and lumber offcuts.
Now the Crunch has disappeared from supermarket shelves around here and I don’t know what to do. The only Jordans product left is the Chocolate Crunch which is fine once in a while but as much as I love chocolate, I don’t want it for breakfast.
We’ll be playing in England next month so I guess that means filling up the ambulance with boxes of the stuff. Come to think of it, I’ve been looking for a way to make money. Black market cereal? Or as a sales incentive – with every CD purchased, a box of Jordans?