I think crisis - of the Covid variety - is why I've got them...they're left over from the first lockdown. It was my "I'm cooler than you" antidote to folk hoarding toilet rolls...hipster hoarding (which also involved Rum 'n Raisin chocolate and Guinness crisps hidden in the bottom of the trolley). The latter have long gone...I didn't expect to live long enough to have to eat the former!You keep the lentils for a nuclear crisis?
Define marinade (she said defensively). Got ketchup (she said hopefully).Do you have anything to marinate the jackfruit in?
I'll send it to one if one gives me his address. One can pretend it's caviar. Looks like bloody frogspawn to me.One should not read Beluga because now one is craving some caviar.
BECAUSE I HOARDED ALL THE DAMNED LENTILS! 🤬 🤣The British canned soup manufacturers were doing wonderful things with lentils . There was a spicy tomato and lentil soup, a straight lentil and a carrot , corriander and lentil number that were regular menu items at Munga Manor . Cheap too . Every damn one of them has gone missing in the pandemic .
I've only had it in a ready meal. I found marinade...well, Chilli & Ginger; Peri-Peri and Hot Sauce. I'll throw it in the next stir fry in lieu of Quorn! Also found an absolutely enormous tin of olives - which I bought from Luna for the Spanish tin. It's never a problem eating olives.I've only had it when it's had flavour added to it, so eat it plain at your own risk! or you could just have the cheese and tomato on their own and give the tin away!
You're forgetting the seaweed! But yeah never understood the love for welsh rarebit! Welshcakes however are the best! I used to make them, but don't have a griddle pan anymore.I hate Welsh cakes . You know you're in a tough country when the national dishes are a/ pan fried scones , b/meat stew and c/ cheese on toast . That's welsh cakes , cawl and Welsh rarebit in a nutshell . We so poor, meat soup was our holiday dish !
I love stovetop breads . Before I had food delivery , I did a whole suite of stovetop breads etc , bannocks , chappattis ,allsorts . I even had a George Foreman grill bread in my repertoire . Handy skill if you only see a shop once a month . But I'd hate to think this is what I'll be remembered for , my George Foreman dinner bread .You're forgetting the seaweed! But yeah never understood the love for welsh rarebit! Welshcakes however are the best! I used to make them, but don't have a griddle pan anymore.