Posts Tagged ‘food’

For the first time in what seems like aaaages, I’ve been sent something to review. While it isn’t a pair of Playstation VR goggles or a giant robot toaster, it is snack food, and I’m OK with that.

These are Flint Croutons, little bags of snacks that are a baked bread alternative to crisps. 

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Fish and Chips

Posted: March 24, 2017 in Fudgecrumpet
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Continuing my A to Z, this is F.

Presenting my comprehensive and edumacational guide to Fish and Chips, featuring the inexplicably popular drunk text to speech milf.

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While shopping yesterday, we happened to go down the American Sweets aisle of Tesco, and the kids spotted these Beanboozled jelly beans. They suggested we eat them and film the results.

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Hi there everyone,

Just thought I’d let you guys watch a little video all about nutrition, especially for kids during the first 1000 days of their life (That’s about 2 years and 9 months, in case you didn’t just use a calculator like I just did). It’s packed with useful info about childhood obesity, swapping out sugar, what you should eat when you’re pregnant or breast feeding. It’s all very informative and well presented. You can tell I didn’t make it.

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This isn’t the video, stop clicking on it. The video is at the bottom of all this well-crafted hilarious blog writing.

Obviously this interests me a fair deal, because I have one of those babies that happen currently asleep upstairs, waiting until I am at my most asleep and comfortable before kicking off asking for milk. I mean, I’m trying to get the other two kids to eat more healthy too, but if I make a fuss about that and they rebel, we’re gonna have riots in the streets, vampire/werewolf marriages, sequels to Mary Poppins, basically Armageddon in a handbag. (more…)

The lovely people at cannedfood.co.uk are a non-profit organisation who exist to promote the benefits and general awesomeness of canned food.
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Not only is stocking up on canned food a sensible precaution in the event of a zombie apocalypse, it’s also cost effective, causes less waste than constantly buying fresh stuff, and there are all kinds of different varieties of things available, from meat and veg to cake in custard, soup to all-day breakfast.

I’m a great lover of canned stuff, mainly because I spent £12 on a tin opener one time and I want to get my money’s worth.

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Hi there, it’s me again. I hear you like a bit of the old bacon butty at breakfast time, am I right? Let me guess, you’re a brown saucer? No? A ketchupper then? Yeah, I knew it was one of the other. No other sauce is good for bacon. Or is it?

Well, head across to a Premier Inn within the next six months and you get to try this new PURPLE SAUCE. Yes, you heard me right, Purple Sauce. Sauce that is purple.

No, I’ve not gone mad, it’s purple. Look.

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Yeah, I wasn’t fibbing was I? No I wasn’t. Don’t question me again.

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Hi there, don’t mind me, I’m just typing away on my phone (115g) and eating a bag of beefy seabrooks (35g). Oh, and also, I’m writing a review of Ozeri’s Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale, a lovely shiny scale for measuring the weight of all the things you bake or cook or other chef words.

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So, yeah it’s a set of digital weighing scales. You might have seen me using them already when I made lemonade with the kids (and some lemons) last week. You’ve got basically a shiny 6″ diameter stainless steel dish for putting your stuff on. Put your stuff on top and you get the weight showing up on the little digital LCD display. Which is nice. If you don’t know what a weighing scale does, maybe you shouldn’t be allowed in the kitchen, basically. (more…)