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 Post subject: Re: Things that are actually really nice from Lidl or Aldi
PostPosted: Fri Apr 14, 2017 13:13 
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Anyone who considers Richmonds a "sausage" is not worthy of eating glorious pork.

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 Post subject: Re: Things that are actually really nice from Lidl or Aldi
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I dislike high percentage pork sausages for eg. a fry up.

I went finest years (>15) ago and once you've taken near pure meat into your mouth with such regularity over an extended period, it's hard to take down lesser, more gristly product without gagging.


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 Post subject: Re: Things that are actually really nice from Lidl or Aldi
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 Post subject: Re: Things that are actually really nice from Lidl or Aldi
PostPosted: Fri Apr 14, 2017 13:52 
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 Post subject: Re: Things that are actually really nice from Lidl or Aldi
PostPosted: Sat Apr 15, 2017 20:28 
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Jem wrote:
Anyone who considers Richmonds a "sausage" is not worthy of eating glorious pork.

I ate the rest of those lidl ones earlier in the week and cooked them as evenly as I could in our best pan and they were still an awful mess by the end.

Today I'm feeling a little under the weather so I decided to perk myself up with an entire pack of richmonds for dinner. It's like night and AMAZING GLORIOUS SAUSAGE DAY.

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Richmond's sausages are aces.

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:this:

I ordered some from Ocado for the express purpose of posting a photo of them in this thread with an accompanying extended middle finger, but they didn't turn up :(

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Aldi do various own-brand chocolate buttons, but the giant milk chocolate buttons with a runny caramel centre are frickin' amazing.

A virtual high five to you, sir. These are fucking lovely.

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Hard to tell where the fingers stop and the sausages start.

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 Post subject: Re: Things that are actually really nice from Lidl or Aldi
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ApplePieOfDestiny wrote:
Cras wrote:
I dislike high percentage pork sausages for eg. a fry up.

I went finest years (>15) ago and once you've taken near pure meat into your mouth with such regularity over an extended period, it's hard to take down lesser, more gristly product without gagging.

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 Post subject: Re: Things that are actually really nice from Lidl or Aldi
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Firefox wrote:
Aldi do various own-brand chocolate buttons, but the giant milk chocolate buttons with a runny caramel centre are frickin' amazing.

A virtual high five to you, sir. These are fucking lovely.

Agreed. I get a pack every time I go in the new Aldi. Which is conveniently right on the main road that I take home. Thanks, Aldi!


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 Post subject: Re: Things that are actually really nice from Lidl or Aldi
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Last year a couple of friends served Aldi champagne at their wedding after a blind taste test held with their families proved it to be the most popular.


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 Post subject: Re: Things that are actually really nice from Lidl or Aldi
PostPosted: Thu Jul 27, 2017 19:03 
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Are they expecting Lidl ones now?

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Are they expecting Lidl ones now?

I love you, Zardoz. You make most days just that little bit better.

Some days, you make awful, like when you post gross pictures of a crab claw bursting out of a fish belly, but generally you swing to the positive. As such, I'm glad you're a thing.

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 Post subject: Re: Things that are actually really nice from Lidl or Aldi
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Aldi gin just rated very highly in a major tasting, and is under a tenner. Pick it up, gin people!

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 28, 2017 13:50 
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Thanks Mimi x

You are always welcome in my gang.

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Aldi Gin is ok. Nothing particularly special about it. My fave cheap Gin is Greenals (normally on offer at Morrisons).
There's nothing comes even close to Opihr Gin for me at the moment (cheapest on Amazon Prime)

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Curiosity wrote:
Aldi gin just rated very highly in a major tasting, and is under a tenner. Pick it up, gin people!

Will do. Aldi is my nearest supermarket!


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Lonewolves wrote:
Curiosity wrote:
Aldi gin just rated very highly in a major tasting, and is under a tenner. Pick it up, gin people!

Will do. Aldi is my nearest supermarket!


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Lonewolves wrote:
Curiosity wrote:
Aldi gin just rated very highly in a major tasting, and is under a tenner. Pick it up, gin people!

Will do. Aldi is my nearest supermarket!


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Picked up some caramel buttons after reading your recommendations. Very good!

There's a really nice bottled ale at the moment at Aldi called Amber Stone. 99p a bottle!

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I told a friend about these today as she goes to Aldi. She asked if they looked like nipples?

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Mimi wrote:
I told a friend about these today as she goes to Aldi. She asked if they looked like nipples?


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She said she's not seen them but there are Cadbury ones that look nipply?

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She asked if they were like those.

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Mimi wrote:
She asked if they were like those.


Oh, i've seen them, was just wondering what her point of reference was.

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