Food from the IKEA shop

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Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Minnie the Minx » 17 Jul 2020, 16:17

Rye crispbreads
Rhubarb concentrate
Dill flavoured crisps
Lingonberry jam




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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby The Prof » 17 Jul 2020, 16:28

DimeBar Cake

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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Minnie the Minx » 17 Jul 2020, 16:37

What the hell is that?
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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby The Prof » 17 Jul 2020, 16:41

DimeBar + Cake = DimeBar Cake

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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Minnie the Minx » 17 Jul 2020, 16:45

Bloody HELL
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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby KeithPratt » 17 Jul 2020, 19:03

Some sort of sour jellybabies picked up from the little "here's something you missed" counter just before you shuffle along with your wide trolley to the paying bit.

That and the ludicrously cheap breakfast.

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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby KeithPratt » 17 Jul 2020, 19:03

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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Minnie the Minx » 17 Jul 2020, 19:06

KeithPratt wrote:Image


:lol:
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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Sam Stone » 17 Jul 2020, 19:13

The food names are disappointingly prosaic when compared to the bafflingly esoteric monikers they give their furniture.

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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby souphound » 17 Jul 2020, 19:25

I don't know about elsewhere, but Ikea markets some fantastic meatballs.
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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Lord Rother » 17 Jul 2020, 20:15

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It sounds great but unfortunately it isn’t all that. Tesco sell them over here.

But big bags of small Dime bars - glorious. Probably my favourite sweet. Trouble is once I’ve started I can’t stop, especially when the munchies have kicked in.

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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Fonz » 17 Jul 2020, 22:51

KeithPratt wrote:Some sort of sour jellybabies picked up from the little "here's something you missed" counter just before you shuffle along with your wide trolley to the paying bit.

That and the ludicrously cheap breakfast.



Cider with breakfast. Actual cunts drinking cider at breakfast time, moments After the store opens.

It’s hard not to feel a little bit superior.

The mini Dime bars are good though.
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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Fonz » 17 Jul 2020, 22:52

I’m in a swearymood.
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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Jumper K » 18 Jul 2020, 00:28

Spunken, glorious reindeer choux buns with a special glaze.

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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Minnie the Minx » 18 Jul 2020, 01:02

Jumper K wrote:Spunken, glorious reindeer choux buns with a special glaze.


Mmmmmm
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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Positive Passion » 18 Jul 2020, 07:11

Jumper K wrote:Spunken, glorious reindeer choux buns with a special glaze.


:shock: :o

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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Jimbo » 18 Jul 2020, 07:37

Their dingleberry jam is to die for.

But you can keep their famous meatballs. Not very good IMO.
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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby Sam Stone » 18 Jul 2020, 09:18

Jumper K wrote:Spunken, glorious reindeer choux buns with a special glaze.


How about Jizztacy? Melt-in-the-mouth pastry smothered in a rich, creamy coating of our chef's
'secret' sauce!

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Re: Food from the IKEA shop

Postby The Slider » 30 Jul 2020, 21:10

souphound wrote:I don't know about elsewhere, but Ikea markets some fantastic meatballs.


They are so processed
They don't have the texture (or flavour) of meat
Sainsburys sell something very similar.

I never buy them any more.
Though I will concede that the Sainsburys ones, dry fried, are a very adequate low-carb post-pub booze soaker
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