It depends on the cheddar really. If you're talking about the pre-grated or own-brand shite, then I agree.|
One thing I do like about Morrisson's though is that they have a great selection of cheeses, with a lot of variety. Hell I remember buying a mint choc chip cheddar from them once - which was surprisingly awesome.
Edited by darkmorgado at 16:55:13 09-04-2012
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DDevil wrote:I have a 74% approval rating according to that link...that'd better than most presidents/prime ministers!
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Problem with huge lasagnes is my brain takes it as a personal challenge to eat the whole thing.
Lidel carrot cake
I was really surprised! This is one of the nicest carrot cakes that I have had. The cake is really most and not too sweet with nice bits of carrot in it. Really good!
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Has this last night and it were a bit good like.
Yes, yes it's got cumin, let's get that out of the way.
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Aldi Cola Zero.
Tastes just like Coke Zero and 30p for a two litre bottle.
They must have reverse engineered Coke zero for the formula tbh.
Yes, yes it's got cum in, let's get that out of the way.
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Sainsburys ham cheese and pickle wrap - 10/10. Love these things.
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Is it rather taut and pickly?
Knights crisps sold by lidel. These are marketed to be an alternative to the sensations range. Avoid! Horible. They had pretty much no taste apart from slightly burned potatoes.
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Tesco Finest Pea and Ham soup.
I have found most supermarket soups contain far too much salt or simply taste like a bland vegetable mulch.
This however was fresh, tasty and had a lovely consistancy.
Sainsburys basics Italian hard cheese, I prefer this to Parmesan to be honest.
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Tesco chicken humdingers, thought they'd be crap like most supermarket kfc style chicken but imo tasted better than a zinger burger but a lot hotter. Great in a bun with jalapenos and chilli mayo 9/10.
@elstoof So true, I have it on loads of stuff.. the fancy Parmesan may be more authentic, but the Basics stuff is what I think of when I want Parmesan.
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mrpon wrote:Biggest question is how many biscuits do you get?
Mr-Brett wrote:Most places
mrpon wrote:That is frankly a scandalous statement which must be verified, where might one purchase these?
If you love jaffa cakes, these are better. Yes you heard me. 99p
It's 99p for 24 McVities in the 99p store downstairs from me(Gone up to £1.50 in Iceland. Cunts.)
Morrisons Iceberg Lettuce - 99p for one
Very green and crispy, but lacking flavour. 6/10
Thanks for that, Bob!
We had some Aldi sausages the other day - only £1.60 for 6 and they were fucking awesome!
Had em wi' Roast Potatoes and Cauliflower Cheese!
Does iceberg ever have a flavour? I assume people only bought it because it's crispy and lasts forever. Personally simple round lettuce is my favourite for flavour and I'm currently roadtesting a Lidl cos which is proving a nice alternative and has a decent crunch.
No, iceberg never has any flavour, it's good for texture though in burgers and the like.
Some Waitrose recommendations...
If you like cheddar, then treat yourself to:
Cornish Quartz (pre-packed). Great medium/strong tasting cheddar, with what feels like sugar crystals in it. It's not sugar crystals, but it gives this great mouth-feel.
Mull Of Kintyre : WTR have this on the deli counter, some other places (Sainsbury's I think) do it pre-packed. One of the best cheddars I've tasted.
For a good everyday Cheddar, the WTR Davidstow stuff comes highly recommended.
WTR have just revamped their ready meal range, and finally, after not selling them for ages, they've started doing Breaded Mushrooms with garlic dip again. Good chunky mushrooms in a batter that doesn't disintegrate.
And for a perfect Friday night tea, when you can't be bothered to cook, try WTR Cumberland Pie, with WTR Leek Gratin, both in the ready meal section. Fan-bloody-tastic!
You sure like WTR a whole lot!
Not a plant, as such, but I do work for JLP, so I rarely shop anywhere other than Waitrose. Staff discount!!
Tesco Cheesy Balls 8/10
Not as tasty as watsits but they make up for it with the hours of hilarity in the office you can get from their name.
I need a new washer and tumbler boo, any chance of slipping ovetsome staff discount on a pair of Bosch or Mieles?
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