on 10-02-2017 06:51 PM
I've just bought this at you-know-where.......I'm cooking it tomorrow. (It comes in a box with instructions). What could possibly go wrong? Report on Sunday, if I haven't killed us with food poisoning....
on 10-02-2017 07:17 PM
That sounds good. Follow the instructions and you will do well... (Microwave or oven cook? They differ greatly in their method. Potential problems sighted...) @Duchess
on 10-02-2017 07:23 PM
I knew it would be you @Duchess 'My turn.............' We haven't had these particular ribs before but plenty of the other varieties. Bought two of these yesterday so looking forward to them very much. Lidl ribs are fantastic and you can't go wrong - no, really! They are, after all, already cooked and all you are doing is heating them up! If doing in a fan oven, I would tend to leave the ribs in for maybe two thirds of the time recommended - they will be hot enough and you don't want to dry them out. Being very greedy, I would suggest a rib each? I'm sure Chris would appreciate it! Enjoy!
11-02-2017 10:55 PM - edited 11-02-2017 10:56 PM
Weeellll....it was a little overcooked, but that was because I turned the oven up to put pudding in and forgot to take out the meat. The pud, by the way, was an Ikea lingonberry crumble. A tale hangs by that, though. Put it in the lid of a casserole dish (Chris, The Longsuffering spotted that it was a lid) and of course it didn't fit, so turned it into something bigger, thereby inverting the whole thing. Crumble on the bottom. I would have just eaten it. After all, it ends up mashed up in your tummy, doesn't it? But because I was being supervised, I tried to pick up the little balls of crumble (looked like cauliflower florets) and put them on top. Well, it was delicious. Oh I used, again, red cabbage made some days ago with vinegar and stuff, which was v.g. Forgot the spinach. Spuds were ok. Went to watch TV at Chris's, but I've come home as I couldn't settle with restless legs going bonkers, so having fun catching up with you guys and about to watch something on ITV or More4; no licence required!
You did ask, @harryflatters
on 12-02-2017 12:43 AM
Oh @Duchess you are funny!
like many on here, for different reasons, you need the Magabsorb (Natures Best), it should help with your restless leg. Read the reviews. Others put soap under their mattress, cheap soap I believe is best.
I am watching iplayer. Don't often watch BBC despite having licence. Binge watching a box set series of a book I read.
on 12-02-2017 09:50 AM
I tend to watch more programmes on tv apps on my kindle when I'm in the kitchen, then I can watch what I like. I've got all4, my5 , uktvplay ,stv player, bbciplayer, sky go, tv player. I think that's it. We do have a license but I get to watch what I like this way instead of Mr Nessie's choice .We do like some of the same things but no so much at the moment. I think you can get them on a laptop or pc as well @Duchess
on 12-02-2017 02:12 PM
Thanks, @Stixxee - will trickle into the next village to see if Boots have it. Not on their website, though, nor their own version, which is a surprise. I think magnesium is in one of my many pills, so perhaps I am getting enough anyway.
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