Thanks sainity. I've baked my own soda bread recently. Like it with treacle included. Most of the supermarkets stock buttermilk now but you can use lemon juice in pasteurised to get the same effect. Knew a man who was a Guinness drinker until he discovered the sweeter taste of Murphy's.
On the fuel thing, is it right that you need to spend £1,000 or something to get the full 20p a litre off at tesco.
Queen, Irish and American section is products specifically from that area or region which included Irish Soda bread mix - very good, Irish shortbread to American favourites like Hershey bars, Jalapeno Mustard and such like - Sadly the prices reflected the extra cost of importing but they do seem popular. Was quite surprised to see an Irish section but it certainly works well.
Sorry, I'm slow this morning - going for a walk & a drink. Got waylayed taking an abandoned trolly back to a supermarket, I am extremely public spirited, the £1 coins have nothing to do with it. CUL8R.
Details of mrw's current fuel deal are on line. Only £40 spend needed for each of three weeks to get money off both fuel and next shop and last two of the three weeks have also included a £5 money off voucher. That suits us as we can run into Lidl for the 59p garlic granules etc. and the rest for the best of what they are offering in any particular week.
My Express store has a Caribbean/Asian section that has killed off 2 local High St. shops, IMO. Try carting a 20kg bag of rice home without a car... Came across a pair of MENS green tights in a Charity Shop this morning, fancy dress or new Tesco stock?
I think you are mixing up your vouchers and your coupons terminology. Granny has moved house but that has nothing to to with it. She gets her money off/bonus points coupons through the post along with her clubcard points coupon. The clubcard points coupon used to convert to a voucher through the post for her dinner out which she was able to see with her own eyes. The physical vouchers are out now and it is an on-line code - not so good for old doubting Thomases with no computer or printer of their own and relying on younger relatives to handle these matters for them. I'll get a Power of Attorney one day lol should simplify a lot of things.
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