With a pint of tea, a small steak and some devilled kidneys, that should do the job for one.
This has happened to me before. Try telling the difference between that hamburger mix you made and ordinary mince meat if you don't have any independent way of differentiating between them. I don't know what the brand is in other countries, but in Germany 'Toppits' sell freezer bags with numbers on them. When I bulk buy BBQ meat I split it up into these bags and make a note of what is in each one on my mobile. Not only do I know what is each bag, but I have a quick overview of what I actually have left. It's a bit nerdy, but works like a charm.I feel your pain. I honestly reckon...I use maybe only 1 out of 5 items I freeze thinking to be 'economical'.
Either I have no idea what they are when I rediscover them again or...something has ripped/container has bust anyway.
Only thing Ive had success with is curry base sauce as it looks pretty fecking obvious in the tub.
Not really hungry then?Pre rugby brunch before heading down to the pub for the day, a lack of brown is made up by a cacophony of other colours. The little round potato things aren't hash browns but latkas, potato and onion cakes, far superior and tastier than hash browns (found in the foreign freezer section of Sainsburys).
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