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Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.
Finally got around to trying this after having it in the fridge for a couple of weeks. I find the flavour a little…odd. I’d have stuck with banana toffee and left the salt out.
16 December 2016
I picked these up last time I was in IKEA, somewhere between the Daim and the $1 hot dogs. I live too far away to buy frozen meatballs I think they were a couple of dollars each. … There’s quite a weight discrepancy between the two packets, and you can see from the photo that the crackers are different but that’s not obvious when you buy. But yes, they are both basically Ryvita with cream cheese. There are other flavours that must have been too unappetising for me to grab at the time … No surprise, these weren’t very nice. At least the cheese & chives “filling” tasted of something, although I’m not sure what. The crackers are really hard and just not nice. Recommend you avoid these … #theshelflife #perth #perthfood #perthfoodblogger #perthfoodblog #food #foodblogger #foodblog #foodstagram #foodie #perthisok #pertheats #tasteperth #perthfoodie #perthfoodies #instagood #perthlife #morsels
24 August 2017
The next time you’re planning a sharing platter, add a jar of delicious Potted Pig from Perth artisan producer Poach Pear to your shopping list. Slowly cooked shoulder, jowl and neck meat is roughly chopped and potted with a rich stock, slow roasted vegetables & herbs. Perfect with a spicy chutney, it’s delicate porky goodness that you really must try ?? – –
26 February 2017