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Old Nov 12th 2017, 4:39 pm
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Arghhh! What I would give for some proper cave aged cheddar.... Godminster... hmmm. Moving from Cheddar to the land of plastic 'cheese' has been a shock!

Tickler at 1/2 price sounded too good to be true for BC.
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I was super excited until I saw $35 shipping!

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New Superstore flyer

Chicken leg/thigh portions 99c lb.
5k Clementines $4
Spuds 10 lb for $2
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In Superstore today - never seen it before.
http://www.castellocheese.com/optimi...nal-mature.png

Loads of individual blocks by weight, different wrapping, all half price. Yummy.
A month on and it's reappeared. Not a 50% knockdown this time but a very good offer still. Also got a couple of half price blocks of two different Irish matures. Seven lumps in the fridge now.
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A month on and it's reappeared. Not a 50% knockdown this time but a very good offer still. Also got a couple of half price blocks of two different Irish matures. Seven lumps in the fridge now.
Now you're just showing off!
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Now you're just showing off!


I'll need some comforts when we're dumped on by snow.
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I'll need some comforts when we're dumped on by snow.


And at least I've got wine... lots of it
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I bought some Japanese yellow mustard powder. This stuff blows your socks off.
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I bought some Japanese yellow mustard powder. This stuff blows your socks off.
Does this mean that you're using the mustard on your feet or wearing your socks per rectum?
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Does this mean that you're using the mustard on your feet or wearing your socks per rectum?
I was picturing bellows
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I hhwas picturing bellows
Intestinal bellows? 💨💨💨
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Originally Posted by bats
Does this mean that you're using the mustard on your feet or wearing your socks per rectum?
No, it's a mustard powder and I just meant it is quite spicy. You mix it with a little water and maybe a splash of vinegar and it makes a nice condiment for things like sausage rolls or pork pies.
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Too posh for Keens? I can see mixing up the wasabi stuff for sushi but not on corned beef, for instance.
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Karashi, I suppose. I had to look up the difference between Japanese mustard and wasabi. It's all probably grown in Saskatchewan anyway.
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Originally Posted by caretaker
Karashi, I suppose. I had to look up the difference between Japanese mustard and wasabi. It's all probably grown in Saskatchewan anyway.
Probably, but it's difficult to tell as it just has squiggly writing on the tin that I can't read.
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