Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Righteous Fun With Cooking

If you don't read Cooking Lager's blog regularly, you really should.

There has been a dearth of good supermarket offers on of late. Recently I had to buy a 10 pack of Stella 4% for £6, that’s 60p a can! All because that was the cheapest lout I could find in Tesco. For someone used to paying 40p a can the checkout was painful.

Cooking lager enthusiasm, you see, isn’t just about loving the lovely lout; it’s about loving paying buttons for it. Buying it dirt cheap is part of the fun.
That's how to fight the righteous. Not by self-shaming, but by heartily defending one's own choices or even, as Cooking Lager does, glorying in them.

Go read the whole thing for more defiant delight plus tips on cheap supermarket deals.


Uncle Marvo said...

Top Tip:

You can convert 4% Stella into good old-fashioned 5% Stella by the simple addition of some surgical alcohol, available in all good doctor's surgeries under the sink in the nurses' room.


Spartan said...

Am l right in thinking that ASH near as damn it got there 5% rise in tobacco seeing Darling raisd the tax by 1% above inflation?

Oh well ... off to Bulgaria for the weekend. :~)

Cooking Lager said...

Nice one Dick. Love your work too.

Letters From A Tory said...

Eeeewwwww - cheap lager in food? That's so weird it makes Alistair Darling's eyebrows look positively normal.

Uncle Marvo said...

I once curry-casseroled a brace of pheasants. Having run out of red wine, cider and ale, I put a couple of cans of Stella in it.

We threw it away and went down the pub for a pie.