Well, not a "little bit" ... a lot.
Jungle Jim's is known for their in-depth offerings. Not a few kinds of mustards but a world's selection. Whatever it is, they offer it in a dazzling array of choices.
Located in Fairfield (Cincinnati) on Dixie Highway, Tom suggested we check it out because of their special celebration. It's a long drive from Northside. Dixie must have a traffic light every hundred feet and we stopped at nearly every one.
I was surprised at how little marked the place was. I didn't see any major Jungle Jim's sign, just a a section of monorail near the roadway. I suppose if you don't already know where the place is, you can find it by merely following the other cars.
In last Sunday's Dayton Daily News article, Tim Bachman, the Director for Development in Fairfield called Jungle Jim's "the single most known destination on Dixie Highway."
You want cheese? Chose among the mile
Or beer ... by the bottle
Tom checks out the jelly and jam aisle ... and buys two, quince jelly among them
It's not something he could find anywhere else
Tilapia? I've certainly heard of them before but I've never seen one
And certainly not a huge aquarium full of live ones
There are plenty of registers to check-out and still we had a wait
I asked Tom if the crowds of whole families was usual or was this the result of the anniversary celebration? "It's always like this," he said.
I am still overwhelmed.