Monday, June 27, 2011

Died and Gone to Heaven

Well, here we are in England. Having told the kids to "go lite" on the shorts when packing, it's blinking boiling in Surrey and they have two pairs of shorts each. Usually, I have access to a washing mahine so the clean clothes situation doesn't bother me, but we're off to Paris tomorrow till the end of the week. Hmmm. Oh well.

Saturday was CyberMummy Day which I'm sure has been covered on quite a few other blogs. I will just summarise be saying it was fab to see my old bloggy friends and great to meet a few new ones.

Today however, on a waltz round the local Sainsbury's, I think I died and went to heaven. (The Ball & Chain thinks I've gone insane though.)

Why?

Here it is:

Non, nom, nom.

15 comments:

  1. Yuck. I am with your husband on this one.

    PS: Great to see you on Saturday!

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  2. OK I neeeeeeeed me some of that! Why do Marmite never respond to my begging pleas...

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  3. yum yum!!! get your supply of brown sauce too!! x

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  4. oooh yuck! My husband was devouring Marmite flavoured crisps last night, I have decided to ban them as the stink lingers in the room for ages and I refuse to kiss him with that on his breath! yuck!

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  5. I think the hot weather will break tomorrow here, but looks warm for Paris for the rest of the week so shopping may be in order.

    Marmite and cheese - pass me the bucket! Can't abide either of them.

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  6. And then my cousin bought me Marmite flavoured cashew nuts. Yum, yum.

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  7. Is 'marmite' covered in your book, 'cause I don't get it.

    --Ignorant Lifelong (Los) Angeleno.

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  8. Mmmmmmmhhhh! That does look delicious. I must try some.
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  9. I bet that's delish melted on toast! Jealous! Emma :)

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  10. I'm with you in the marmite camp. I haven't seen this but have seen the mini versions which I will buy on a shopping trip to Sainsbury's and devour in the car on the way home. Yum!

    Glad you're enjoying the grocery-store-back-home experience!

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  11. Ooooooh... and I like Emma's idea of melting it on toast.

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  12. Ewwwwww! And I just had my breakfast!

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  13. The great thing is that no one in my family can stand anything Marmite-ish so it's mine, all mine!

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  14. Marmite crunchy things that have been fried 300 times - yum! We're in Paris at the mo and it looks like rain, so soak up the sun while it out in England...

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  15. Love marmite, love cheese, love marmite on toast with cheese on top, but those sound horrible!!

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