The **Now Eating** Thread

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Dunking delivered from a glass bottle is the issue - not a genZ squeezy -
(hmmh looks like morrissons are now stocking chef brown sauce - I had to import last consignment)
Thanks, great recommendation. Had it last night on sausages. So much flavour and proper spice on it. Buying the ketchup this week.
 
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Would like to try this Hammonds burger sauce but seems geared up for catering establishments.. Only big 1 litre bottles I can find online.

Is it any better than the Crucials range in home bargains for a quid? :D

Not that Crucials is particularly good mind lol (it’s a quid).
Most decent kebab shops that use it will sell you a bottle for a Lady Godiva.
 
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Had something similar for tea last night and had loads of lentils left. Could be a good future dinner option actually as suits this much better than tea.

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Seen this in my local supermarket today and remembered this thread so decided to see what all the hype is about :D I always thought the HP stuff was king. I enjoy it with a bitta stew.

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Founds some old pictures of some of the grease i've ingested. Got this at a Premier Inn.

From left to right I'm like

Fries seem decent enough and the slaw looks OK and then I hit that fossilised T-Rex poo in a bun and am wondering why someone would throw on a bit of tom, onion and bacon :cry:
 
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Sadly my household is full of those that consider a radish as too hot, so my Asian dishes have to be watered down when it comes to heat.

But.....When I make for myself :D
 
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Sadly my household is full of those that consider a radish as too hot, so my Asian dishes have to be watered down when it comes to heat.

But.....When I make for myself :D
Lol, to be fair, it's similar here, very tasty, but needs more kick.

That's why I always have sauces on stand by to pep them up or, like you, go big when I'm cooking for myself :D
 
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