Going cheap in Tesco, about £1.20-odd for ten of them. We bought half a dozen boxes!
Have just made a big cup o’ strong coffee to assist in editing together this new version of TGS 8)
To be continued with a couple strong dark beers
Cheers, will get some when I am out tomorrow.
couple of beef & red chili burritos and blueberry lager
Sounds lovely !
It was, would go for some more but the lagers are all gone
Settling for several handfuls of honey roasted peanuts instead
Just finished a late dinner of chicken soup with noodles. Just the right thing to warm you up after a freezing day.
Leftover Thanksgiving turkey dinner and a few beers.
And then i’m going to watch a few grand turkeys…Django’s Cut Price Corpse’s, Django sfida Sartana, Reverend Colt, and maybe, just maybe if i’m still awake, Wanted! Johnny Texas.
Having a beer
Clarke’s 1794 Bourbon Honey whiskey liqueur.
It’s basically the moody cheapo version of Jim Beam/Jack Daniels honey whiskey liqueurs, from Aldi (approx. £6-£8 cheaper than those two, depending on where you look). It’s the first time I’ve had it and, tbh, I think it’s nicer. As much as I like the Jack Daniels honey liqueur, this Clarke’s stuff is sweeter and thicker than either Jack OR Jim. That bottle’s not going to last long in this house. And, given that I’m usually on the floor after two Babychams, neither am I. Hic.
Not that much. We had Christmas dinner last night and I’m living with the consequences now (or trying to)
Cough medicine washed down with a beer.
Just got over the first Turkey yesterday (which still has much to be eaten), and am now off to my grandparents for more Turkey.
Got some pretty good scotch for Christmas: Glenlivet 15, Glenfiddich 15 and Highland Park 12. Trying them all I used to prefer the more mild flavors but I’m enjoying the peatyness of the Highland Park. Going to have to try the 18 year old next (scotch that is)
Never tried Highland Park but Glenlivet and (especially, IMO) Glenfiddich are beautiful. Take them neat with just the tiniest splash of water or a single small ice cube; the water opens up the flavour.
If you like your single malts, Oban and Talisker also come with my seal of approval. For blended scotch, go for Monkey Shoulder. Bloody gorgeous.