Look what we found

Anyone else have these?.

Was looking for something quick, easy and tasty to eat at work and was told about these, just tucked into some nice beef and potatoes, and it was really, really nice.

Nothing artificial, no need to keep them in the fridge either.

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  • Scotty4Scotty4 ✭✭✭
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  • Have you forgotten to put a link in Spammer Dan???
  • Sorry.........

    There is one bad point, I have to go to Waitrose to buy them, because no where else sells them near me.

    I am nowhere near middle class enough to go into Waitrose image

  • Scotty, what happen to the meat and two veg. image
  • Someone ate them I reckon......
  • "As good as homemade"? Begs the question why not make it yourself? image
  • Because...

    a) I am lazy

    and

    b) even if I wasn't lazy, I don't really have the time.

  • Scotty4Scotty4 ✭✭✭
    runnerman, it was a bit of a mouthfulimage
  • danowat wrote (see)

    b) even if I wasn't lazy, I don't really have the time.

    Really? Always baffles me when people say they don't have the time to cook, what with eating being pretty essential and all. image
  • I cycle around 14 hours a week, combined with a 42.5 hr working week, and a family, the last thing I want to be doing is faffing about in the kitchen making stuff like this for lunch.

    If I can buy something decent so I don't have to faf about making it, why the hell not image

  • danowat wrote (see)

    I cycle around 14 hours a week, combined with a 42.5 hr working week, and a family, the last thing I want to be doing is faffing about in the kitchen making stuff like this for lunch.

    If I can buy something decent so I don't have to faf about making it, why the hell not image

    Fair point I suppose but being someone who loves to cook I always make the time to do it, even though I work a 50 hour week. image
  • danowat wrote (see)

    I am nowhere near middle class enough to go into Waitrose image


    No need to go into Waitrose. 

    They deliver...... image

  • Hmmm....I wonder if my postcode is middle class enough for them to deliver......

    As for cooking, I do if I have to, but its not something I enjoy.

  • Wilkie wrote (see)
    danowat wrote (see)

    I am nowhere near middle class enough to go into Waitrose image


    No need to go into Waitrose. 

    They deliver...... image

    Oooh, very posh.
  • I live in Chavsville, and they deliver there! image
  • Waitrose isn't posh, it's just very nice.  The only barriers in place are the ones put up ourselves image
  • I really like Waitrose.  There isn't a Waitrose shop in Chavsville, though image

    Ocado deliver Waitrose stuff, and they also do a lot of price-matching with Tescos on things like Andrex and Persil.  image

  • NessieNessie ✭✭✭

    I was about to have a wee rant about not having a Waitrose in Scotland north of Edinburgh, then I noticed that Morrisons' stock it too. image

    The GF options would be handy for my hubby, who often has problems eating out when he's away with work.  I may have to investigate further.

  • I met them a couple of years ago at a craft fair in Northumberland when they were just starting out.

    It was a freezing cold day and they pitched up in their van complete with a portable stove. We had the stall next to them and they gave us free samples at regular intervals during the day, lovely. They're really nice and very committed to their philosophy.

    It's good stuff too. 

  • Think i've seen those in Sainsbury's as well
  • I wouldn't want to be faffing around in the kitchen if I did 14 hrs of cycling every week either!
  • looks very very good.....

    Am very tempted.......

  • Oh my, had the Chilli con carne today, its even nicer than the beef and potatoes one.

    I think I'd struggle to make a chilli that tasted as good as that!! 

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