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    for the money its pretty decent. I dont eat pizza much as its too much work for me making it now, and its difficult making all that for one tbh. Before the family went their ways I made it regularly.Now Im on my own you have to make concessions.
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    Have you got a Sainsbury's near you? If so, try the one I linked to, as it actually tastes something like the real thing, mainly because of the quality of the base. Just scrape off some of the cheese before cooking it, to make it less heavy. Job done!

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    not close enough. Not big on sainsbury now. they have gone downhill badly. Used to get shopping delivered from them when i wasnt well and the food was nowt to write home about. Tesco is better as a nationwide supermarket
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    Not for me, but then remember that what's stocked in branches in Scotland is often different to that in stores down here... We've discovered this already with wines in Lidl, remember?

    In Wrexham, we're lucky to have access to the larger 'flagship' versions of all the major supermarkets, which stock their full ranges of merchandise, as it's the only genuinely big town (should be a city) in the whole of North Wales, so folks travel from all over North Wales to shop there, especially from rural areas where there's hee-haw, and so that demand is catered for.

    Don't get me wrong though, I've got nothing against Tesco, and I agree that some of their stuff is great. I rate their 'Finest' range as the best of the 'up-market' supermarket food varieties, and their wine selection is, IMO, the best of all supermarkets, outside of Waitrose

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    It's quite a big shop. Used to be a diy store and garden centre. Like b and q
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    No worries. The main reason why we don't use the Tesco here much, which is huge [it's an 'Extra' branch], is because it's located right in the centre of town, and getting in and out of the car park is a nightmare, because idiots use it to go shopping elsewhere, so it's always full...

    Whereas Sainsbury's is situated in a big retail park, at the other end of town, and you can get in and out much quicker!

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    Mousakka , girlfriend says it needs more salt as usual, but she's Spanish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeandvan View Post
    Mousakka , girlfriend says it needs more salt as usual, but she's Spanish.
    Ain’t that the truth. A proper paella is very salty indeed.
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    She probably just appreciates the correct seasoning on her food, as all Latins do

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    Avocado, carrot and beetroot salad to start. Followed by honey-glazed gammon joint with grilled tomato, baby potatoes, carrots, sugar-snap peas, green beans, sweetcorn and brocolli.

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