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Thread: OK, What's For Lunch or Tea Today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Las-ag-ne.

    Average supermarket effort.

    6.5/10 and that's probably generous.

    mmmm....bit ordinary for you Justin I feel ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    mmmm....bit ordinary for you Justin I feel ?
    Laziness crept in Jim. Outright bloody laziness

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Laziness crept in Jim. Outright bloody laziness
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    I'm making no comment on that 'lasagne'...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    I'm making no comment on that 'lasagne'...



    Marco.
    Stay at least 60 miles away from it. Oh - you have

    Proof Italian food is shite?

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    Proof positive, I'd say!

    Did I miss who produced that sad excuse for 'lasagne'. Surely it wasn't Waitrose?

    Marco.
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    Chilli and tortilla chips


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post


    Proof positive, I'd say!

    Did I miss who produced that sad excuse for 'lasagne'. Surely it wasn't Waitrose?

    Marco.
    Yup Fakerose, the genuinely Italian chain It's from their posh range.

    Oddly, the standard one I sometimes buy from their garage is better.

    I personally cannot stand dried herbs and there was more than a tinge in this. Also the actual meat was disappointing for a 4 lasagne.

    Bigham's are a lot better.

    That's not to say Waitrose isn't better than Lidl as a whole. But at their prices it isn't surprising.

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    Lol - all noted, but we'll have to agree to disagree on your last sentence. Much depends on what you're buying, and how important VFM is to you [much like SPPV in hi-fi]. But we've been here before

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