God bless M&S

There are days where you eat a healthy breakfast at home, take a nutritious lunch to work with you, avoid snacks all day and then eat at home in the evening, enjoying the tasty dinner prepared by you or your spouse, using ingredients easily found in your well-stocked kitchen. It’s all very responsible and cost-effective.

And there are days when the prospect of going to the supermarket, or even waiting for dinner to be prepared, is too terrible to contemplate. If you live in the UK and are anything like me, these are the days that you head to your nearest branch of M&S and buy delicious ready meals, chocolate puddings, double cream and chocolate chunk cookies. And to hell with austerity for tonight!

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4 Responses to God bless M&S

  1. S@sha says:

    Sometimes you just need take-out. Although with my typical confusion of British dessert names, I’m now wondering if chocolate pudding means cake? Or if it means pudding– like custard. Either way, I want one! Hope you enjoy it!

  2. Franziska says:

    Sounds lovely! I had a McDonalds last night because my kitchen was so dirty from sawdust I refused to cook in it! (I’m getting a new kitchen sink unit). A McDonalds every three to four months isn’t that bad 😉

    • exilednzer says:

      Sometimes takeaways are just brilliant! We have an amazing Chinese takeaway place that knows us fairly well: when we walk in the woman behind the counter starts writing down our order…

      Whenever Tristan is away I tend to rely heavily on M&S to feed me.

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