Advantages: Fruity and packed with flavour, soft texture, handy pot size. Disadvantages: None for me.
...I love jelly and like to eat it quite a lot, my little grandchildren really enjoy eating jelly too so it is a food I like to buy on a regular basis. I more often than not like to buy the blocks of jelly so that I can make a dish of jelly and just eat it during the day or for a desert. When I spotted these pots of jelly on offer I decided to give them a go.
The jelly comes in a transparent...
Advantages: It's not a half bad dessert Disadvantages: What would the chefs say
...Mmmm, custard. It's a favourite of mine, and I'm not sure that I have ever came across anyone who doesn't like it. When you do want custard it can be a slight hassle to get out the powder and make it yourself, so in this day and age of so many things being ready made, why not get some ready made custard? Tesco Value Ready to Serve Custard is not the most attractive product in the whole wide world...
Advantages: Healthier & more ethical food/drink, reputable image, friendly service Disadvantages: Fewer outlets outside of London, a tad pricey
...Pret A Manger, commonly referred to as just Pret, is a highstreet café serving food & drinks, and is known to be a more upmarket, better quality place to enjoy some refreshment. I've been a few times to Pret, though I would go more if there was one in the cities I tend to go.
'Pret A Manger' actually means 'ready to eat' and it was first founded in 1986 in London by two friends. They...
13.04.2010 10:59 ·Read review
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