My previous, "I HATE ALDI!" thread inspired me through people responding with what their favourite ALDI purchases are and why they consider them to be so good. I figured this deserved a thread of its own so that it can eventually be stickied and I can bask in the radiant adulation of my fellow ALDI-ITES. I'll start the ball rolling with a few of my favourites: Expressi I couldn't start this list off without first giving homage to my all-time most favourite, bestest, most awesomest purchase ever: my Expressi. I'm so enamoured of this thing that I'm going to buy a second one SOLELY on the basis that should my original break down, I don't want to have even a day's gap between being able to replace it. Blackstone Deli-style Potato Chips Better tasting than Kettle chips, IMO and $2.69 for a 200g packet as opposed to $4~ for the 185g Kettles. Hommus Not quite as good as Chris' dips, but close enough that I don't care and also significantly cheaper. That and it seems that Coles and Safeway don't stock Chris' dips anymore (have they gone out of business) and Black Swan dips are shit. Chocolate Rabbit $0.79 125g chocolate bunnies. 'nuff said. Garlic Bread I microwave my garlic bread. So much nicer than when it's all dried out in the oven. But only the ALDI two-pack seems to ever work right. All other garlic breads end up tasting horrid when microwaved. Lasagne The large (2.1kg?) lasagne for $10 is freaking awesome. Not only does it taste delicious, but at $10 it's like four large meals, or six if you have a side with it. Just awesome. Dim Sims Steamed in the microwave and at only $3~ for a big pack of them, they're delicious as a quick snack. Brooklea Favourites Six-pack of mixed flavour lite yoghurts that are also quite cheap even when compared to the larger servings.