Aisha’s Chicken Dippers

Purchasing food shopping online can sometimes be a bit risky because, despite what supermarkets claim, there is always that chance of ending up with a bashed up set of bananas or nearly gone off broccoli. It can also allow you to play the game of “will we get all our own food, be missing a […]

Dairy Milk Big Taste Peanut Caramel Crisp

You might have seen me mention on my blog before that I am desperately in the search for the perfect peanut treat or snack despite being allergic to the little delightful crunchy things… Generally, I manage to refrain and avoid purchasing things that have peanuts in because having a blotchy swollen face is not exactly […]

Thornton’s Chocolate

I used to have such a sweet tooth when I was younger and even up until recently I would probably choose to have a main and a dessert over a starter and a main but those tastes do seem to be changing. Sure like everybody there are moments when my body screams that I need […]

Greggs’ Breakfast Baguette

A baguette buttered without you asking, with a simple choice of ketchup or brown sauce and a choice of three fillings with up to two being selected sounds like a pretty boring breakfast I will admit but hear me out… We are talking a soft and bouncy baguette that means you can bite into it […]

Oreo Thins

It always amazes me how long Oreos have been around for and if you have ever watched Buffy you may remember how early on in the show they are made reference to. They seem like the sort of thing that would be a fad and fade away after a couple of years but over FORTY […]

The Day I Went to #CoopWineTasting

According to a survey in 2015 of over 6000 people each of us in the UK ,over 15 years old, drinks enough alcohol in a year that is equivalent of 115 bottles of wine. From having a drink with our evening meal, unwinding on a Friday night with friends in the pub or making the most […]

Cadbury’s Dairy Milk Egg ‘n’ Spoon Oreo

Easter is still such a long time away (at least I think it is.. I haven’t really ever cared about it for anything other than the holiday and bank holidays it brought) but pretty much since the first week or two of January the chocolate and other edible items have creeped into the supermarket. As […]