Discussion in 'SMB' started by robbied1, Oct 27, 2017.
I won't say what I want to say about that as you're a canny lad
I have to agree. Why is it though that even if you don't buy the stuff do you always find a few sweet corn kernels in the bottom of your freezer drawers when you clean the freezer out?
A bag of frozen edamame beans from Tesco. I hoy them in all sorts from pastas to stir fry. Gives veggie meals a protein boost.
Another vote for peas. The frozen corn, spinach and various beans are good to have in too. Raw king prawns are also good when they're in stock.
I share her position , wilfy loves a hamwich samwich
For me my favourites are :
Good icecream not that pretendy shite stuff
Usually have a bag of home fries for can’t be arsed teas
Frozen Garlic bulbs
Farmfoods half crispy duck and pancakes
Frozen fruit tubs
Bags of ice , yeah it’s ‘free’ from tap but for a quid my time is better spent doing other stuff than constantly filling ice cube trays
Rest of space usually full of batch cooked meals or base gravy
Oh yes missed king prawns off my list
They all are pretty tasteless now. You used to be able to get minted peas but I can't find them these days.
Used to love chilli beef french bread pizzas but stopped making them.
Have you tried water buffalo ice cream? Meant to be the next level but only heard of it today, would look online but it would melt ha ha.
Very occasionally find them in supermarkets in the prepared veg space, but they charge you through the nose for them.
Knew @Wilfy was a good egg
Hamwiches are topper with sriracha sauce.
You know the gif needed here
A guilty pleasure, you must have one.
Looks fucking vile man ya ronker
Tastes class man.
The Lidl version of those are tremendous
Salty, cheesy, gooey goodness. Wouldn't ever think of eating one if not pissed or hungover,but they hit the spot
Frozen kebab meat in Iceland, about £2. Reminds me not to waste £6 on a night out
£2.99 for a 1.5kg bag from Heron.
I echo @roadrunner. Frozen Doner kebab slices at Mozzas. £2 a pack iirc. Utterly vile and totally excellent at the same time.
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