Not keen on the Dark Horse but Apothic Red to me is a really nice bottle and similar in price.25% off 6 at Sainsburys again. A bottle worth trying is the Dark Horse Merlot. Californian rather than French and unlike French merlot it's quite strong (14.5%) and very 'grippy'.
I lived in Aberdeen when the Scottish
Parish CouncilParliament stopped all reductions and offers on alcohol. The bastards.
Or maybe just brew your own.It's so unfair, this draconian nanny state saying the Scots are a drunken shower and must be punished by paying double the cost of alcohol.
If a poor man wants to get blootered, maybe his family will suffer more, and the wealthy can drive south to fill up a vanload........ crazy.
I had some Walkers curry crisps and they tasted like a dairy farmers slippers.I got some Mackies boxing day curry crisps at Lidl, you can get them at other retailers as well. Highly recommended for crispaholics, I am getting a box they are that good and addictive, anyone that gets some will thank me, that's how good they are.
Each to their own, I don't class mini poppadoms as crisps, been some belter ones in the past. Tudor ones were best, albeit your fingers stank for days afterwards.I had some Walkers curry crisps and they tasted like a dairy farmers slippers.
Mini popadoms yes but curry crisps no.
I've got 2 smallish freezers, chocka. so I'm fairly picky, ignored all the steaks etc, but snagged some stewing lamb for a few rogan joshes, this afternoon.......
Last week got some bratwurst cheap, and Googled up some Bratwurst and cabbage recipes....... my wife can be a bit finicky, especially anything new, but she loved them.
Probably a good way to get fussy kids into cabbage, as it just falls apart into a tasty sludge......
Butter is a must. But look at the prices for the filthy, artery-clogging stuff now...Did you add lots of butter? I used to hate cabbage until I tried some as a Recruity-type down in Helles Barracks in the long-ago time and fell in lust with it.