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Discussion in 'Lifestyle, Health & Diet' started by basil, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. John Marwood

    John Marwood I ♥ cryptic crosswords

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    Tesco Rasberry and white chocolate all butter biscuits in a tube

    Kinaddictiveripoff

    But marthwaterin
     
  2. Mr J C

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    slow roast belly pork with crackling and roasted onion is rapidly becoming a favourite of mine - and sooooooooo cheap!!!
     
  3. Glam

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    Pint of tea and half a tin of biccys,cba cook tonight
     
  4. Trumpet

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    Wenlock Edge Farm pork sausages, mash & baked beans last night. Simple & delish!
     
  5. Trumpet

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    Over at The Dun Cow in Colton Saturday evening, will report back.
     
  6. Trumpet

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    Chicken going cheap in ASDA.
    Barbeque packs of chicken £6.00 consisting of drumsticks, breast fillets & thighs priced at £3.33 per Kg.
    As breast fillets are about £6.00 per Kg and drumsticks / thighs about £4.00 per Kg this works out at a pretty good deal.
     
  7. Gramaisc

    Gramaisc Forum O. G.

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    ?
     
  8. Trumpet

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    Thought someone could have done better than that!
     
  9. Gramaisc

    Gramaisc Forum O. G.

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    Didn't want to be egging people on.
     
  10. tek-monkey

    tek-monkey wanna see my snake?

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    Last week Tesco were selling their extra special corn fed skin on GTi MkII chicken breasts for £6/kilo. I got 4 packs, I think I may stuff them with something and wrap them in bacon :D
     
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    How do we make it die?
     
  12. Trumpet

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    What a novel idea!
     
  13. tek-monkey

    tek-monkey wanna see my snake?

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    Thats what I thought!

    I have some chestnut mushrooms and garlic cream cheese, may be good. Or some stuffed olives perhaps, I also have various chillies/sundried tomatoes/peppers knocking about. Ooh, the choices are endless (as long as it is chicken, and it is wrapped in bacon, naturally).
     
  14. John Marwood

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    Corn fed in Slovakia

    Packed in Lithuania

    Fed to cretins in a third world country
     
  15. tek-monkey

    tek-monkey wanna see my snake?

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    Noticed Asda are promoting 'Outdoor bred pork', does that mean they get let out of the shed to ****?
     
  16. Trumpet

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    Has anyone on here tried eddoes? A brown hairy vegetable about the size of a lemon. Saw some in Morrisons and thought that peeled and diced they'd make an interesting addition to a curry instead of my usual okra or sweet potato. Guessing that peeled and diced into about half inch pieces they'd need dropping in the pot about 10 mins before serving.
    Various recipes on Google for eddoe mash or eddoe chips. Anyone here tried them?
     
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    While I've got my food head on, does anyone here make their own pork scratchings? Deeeelicious!
     
  18. Trumpet

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    CBA cooking last night, knocked up a decent biriani type thing with a portion of Asda chicken 56 done in the wok with half a sliced onion and some precooked rice with a portion of Asda Bombay potatoes on the side. Cheap, quick and very tasty, that chicken 56 has got a bit of a kick to it.
     
  19. tek-monkey

    tek-monkey wanna see my snake?

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    Have tried that, tis rather nice!

    Today I shall mostly be eating a graze box, when it arrives! Tis a really odd idea, as you don't get to choose exactly what you want, but as I got one free and one half price I thought I'd give them a go. TBH I think I'll cancel after the cheap ones but will see what they are like. Damn internal mail hasn't arrived yet so who knows!

    If anyone wants the same deal just stick in code WYVW3DWM.
     
  20. tek-monkey

    tek-monkey wanna see my snake?

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    I got this: http://www.graze.com/b/MP842

    Just ate the cherry tomato, basil and Puglian pesto focaccia, twas rather nice. And that code appears to be wrong, for a freebie try WYVW3DW.
     

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