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Written on: 20/03/2016 by Guzman359 (1 review written)
I was a little worried that 350g of mince would not be enough to feed my family of 5, as I normally go for at least 500g when buying in the supermarket. I need not have worried, this mince made the best lasagne I have ever cooked and everyone wolfed it down. As well as a much more apparent flavour (I find supermarket stuff a little bland in taste), the texture of the meat was more pleasant, rather than the squishy mess mince often ends up being. I also noticed there was no cooking off… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/11/2015 by Maceyt462 (1 review written)
WOW!! Had an opportunity to try 6 unique flavours of this interesting truffle. Usually truffles are heavy but this truffles are light and airy so you can have as an everyday treat and at “anytime”. Became curious to know more about it, and I found these which just increased its greatness. GMO free, all-natural, no corn syrup,no hydrogenated oils and no preservatives. Winner of the 2013, 2014 and 2015 great taste awards. The packaging is edgy and chic and makes for a cool gift… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/10/2015 by secretagentmole (21 reviews written)
Szechuan cuisine has a nice blend of heat and taste. You get chili, ginger, onion. This blends with the soy sauce to make a lovely sauce. With Sharwoods Spicy Szechaun Stir Fry Melts, you get a wobbly lump. Putting this into the wok releases a vapour more commonly encountered by armed people resisting arrest. The flume of pepper spray that backfires out of the wok will leave you needing a respirator.Finally it will back off to an extent where you can actually finish cooking your… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/09/2015 by secretagentmole (21 reviews written)
The pretzel is supposed to represent hands clasped in prayer. Well please pray you never have the misfortune to receive a pack of these heavy, stodgy, strips of knotted dough. The texture is unappealing un-toasted. It is heavy, it tries to chew back at you. It has the feeling of being the inside trim of a car door, you know the rubber stuff that stops the water getting in. Toasted, it is marginally better, elevating itself to the heights of self adhesive draft strip! The colour is… Read Full Review
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