Unfortunately, the next day when I thought I'd have a bit of it for lunch there was only a very small piece left. Look at the size of the pack and then look at the small slice she left for me! I'm considering grounding her for life.
Even so, this is my idea of food heaven: smoked salmon, creamy scrambled eggs and wholemeal soda bread. Bliss!
We enjoyed their St. Kew Teacup Basket which included the most delicious Fabulous Oatie Flips! OMG, they are to die for! And the willow basket makes a very nice plant holder when all the contents are a distant memory...
I very rarely make Yorkshire puddings, and yes I know they're very easy to make blah blah blah, but I just don't. No, instead I take the easy way out and buy them and more often than not it's Aunt Bessie's.
So when Aunt Bessie herself (we're like that) asked me if we'd like to try some of her new dishes we didn't need much persuading to be honest. It turns out that there's a new range of products in the freezer cabinets now, including gravy, stuffing balls, casseroles, 5 new puddings and best of all according to my daughters, boat shaped yorkshires. Guess what we had for tea last night? (Followed by Aunt Bessie's apple pie and custard.) Just what's needed on a cold November evening.
Disclosure: I received free samples of these items for review purposes, however the words and opinions are my own.