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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Kerrygold Honey Spread Confirmed sighting: Kerrygold Honey Spread
Posted: 15:19 Sun 12-Jun-2011. Price: 1/250g. Location: Asda, Wembley Park. Sub-flavours: Just saying, but they should do a jam one as well. Nutritional unusualness: "Sweetened low fat Irish butter blended with honey", 12% sugar.
Snackspot reports: In all the years that Snackspot's been going, there have only been a couple of products that haven't fitted easily into the main 5 categories (depending if you include the last time we went on about honey). Should you care, I've filed this under "Drinks" because there's more on those later - the product itself says it can be "melted into carrots, sandwiched in a sponge cake, or simply spread on toast, crumpets or bagels. The possibilities are endless!" (Although, in practice, I mostly use it to make the world's easiest honey sandwiches, though you have to use quite a lot of it as the flavouring's fairly mild.)

...In other daring dairy: Lakeland's Modern Milk has at least some slightly original flavours compared to Starbucks' borderline-unpleasant Bottled Frappuccinos; former Fairtrade critics Illy have joined the ""cold hot" drinks craze with their own Issimo range (in Caffe, Cappuccino or Latte Macchiato for 1.65/can); while Jim's Chocolate Mission deems Thorntons' 17% ABV Chocolate Liqueur "highly smooth and very, very drinkable" (for over-18s, obviously), though doesn't say how much you need to dilute it to re-create 2003's much-missed Vodka Mudshakes - I reckon 1 measure of liqueur to 2.4 of milk, but would also like to hear your recipes.


Posted: 19:35 Mon 13-Jun-2011 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Ak! Sounds vile!
Posted: 17:35 Tue 14-Jun-2011 by "Simon" # permalink comment
Comment: I'd probably file under Puddings as you can spread it on soreen and suchlike?
Posted: 02:01 Wed 15-Jun-2011 by "Jason" # permalink comment
Comment: I like the idea.. will try it.
Posted: 23:12 Wed 15-Jun-2011 by "Chester" # permalink comment
Comment: Tried a new range of Cadburys biscuits called Biscbits. Honey,Orange,chocolate and another flavor. Hoops covered in cadburys chocolate - no sign of dairy milk logo. Made by burtons as normal and in my opinion taste of cheap ingredients. Also went to England to visit peppa pig land and they looked at me strange in McDonald's when i asked for Fruitizz. Will have to take a photo as I'm sure the webmaster on here thinks it'snit real. Or maybe Wales gets everything first as we do with ADSL here from BT.
Posted: 10:18 Thu 16-Jun-2011 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: thanks Chester, I believe you - Foodstuff Finds has a pic for a start :) http://foodstufffinds.blogspot.com/ [URL display truncated]
Posted: 01:40 Sat 25-Jun-2011 by "Marc" # permalink comment
Comment: Chip Buttys with honey spread... I think thats a plan!

BTW... I would class it as a condiment since its quite versitile.

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