Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Amoy Special Selection Soy Sauce Recipe Competition

Amoy Special Selection Soy Sauce
Create Your Own Recipe

To celebrate the exciting launch of the new Amoy Special Selection Soy Sauce are inviting my readers to experiment with Amoy Special Selection Soy Sauce and create their own recipes.
The best recipe entry, as judged by me, will be rewarded with a Chinese-themed goodie bag valued at £50, courtesy of Amoy!

I will judge the recipes based on ease of preparation, innovative use of flavours and recipe originality. Each will be marked out of 100, with 100 being the best, and added up to give the participant an overall score. In the event of a tie, I will use my discretion to choose a winner. My decision is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into.

Amoy would also love to provide a selection of Amoy Special Selection Soy Sauce to give to  first 5 followers, who enter.  [Please see terms and conditions below for more details].

Please remember to leave your email or Twitter name as I have no way of contacting you if your recipe gets chosen.

1.       There are 5 bottles of Amoy Special Selection Soy Sauce 250ml available to be distributed on a first come, first served basis to people wishing to take part in this competition. Requests for product from each entrant must be made by midnight on 24.05.2013 by  contacting the blogger via email with their full name and address.

2.       A third party (Cohn & Wolfe) will be responsible for shipping the product to the entrant wishing to take part in the competition. Cohn and Wolfe will pay for the cost of shipping via standard delivery in the UK.

3.       After the five bottles have been allocated it is still possible to participate in the competition by purchasing a bottle in a food supermarket (Amoy Special Selection Soy Sauce 250ml is available in selected Waitrose, Tesco and Co-op stores). Any costs incurred when purchasing the product must be covered by the entrant and will not be covered by HJ Heinz Foods Ltd, Amoy, the blogger or Cohn&Wolfe

4.       To enter, recipe creations must be posted as a ‘comment’ onto the blog post on the blog that is hosting the competition.

5.       All recipes must use Amoy Special Selection Soy Sauce 250ml to be eligible to win.

6.       Open to UK residents (excluding Northern Ireland) aged 18 or over at time of entry, except employees and their immediate families of HJ Heinz Foods Ltd, Cohn & Wolfe and anyone connected to this Promotion.
7.       Entries must be received by midnight on 31.05.2013.


1.       The winning recipe will be chosen by the blogger (Jo Bryan) who will judge the recipes based on ease of preparation, innovative use of flavours and recipe originality. Each will be marked out of 100, with 100 being the best, and added up to give the participant an overall score. In the event of a tie, the blogger will use their discretion to choose a winner. The blogger’s decision is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into.
2.       The winning recipe will be chosen by the blogger and the winner will be awarded with an Amoy goodie bag (‘the prize’) consisting of Amoy Special Selection Soy Sauce 250ml and other selected Amoy products up to the value of £50. The exact contents of the prize are at the discretion of HJ Heinz Foods Ltd and Cohn & Wolfe.
 There is no cash alternative to the prize.

3.       Winners will be notified by the blogger hosting the competition by 14.06.2013, whereby they will require contact details by 21.06.2013 (name, email, telephone number and delivery address) for prize distribution.

4.       HJ Heinz Foods Ltd retain the right to distribute or reproduce all recipes submitted into the competition.

Monday, 29 April 2013

Universal Credit Sign the WOW Petition

I am not one for political thought or content on my blog, I have not sat on this for hours, its straight out onto here, so for some you may find lots of holes in my thoughts, it may be a bit rambling, however, I am worried.

 Universal Credit which starts today using a selected group of claimants,single people seems to have some serious shortcomings and I worry. I imagine using an easy group to process will show it as a great success. But move onto the whole system and these are some of my concerns. 

Its been a long time since I was claiming unemployment benefit as it was called back in the day I do remember being paid fortnightly and struggling towards the end of that long two weeks. I was not a fritterer, I budgeted quite well,, paid my utilities and rent, shopped wisely and still found it tough, the money is just to make it through,no extras,no clothes allowance, replacing household items.

For  me monthly would have been harder to deal with just in terms of buying fresh food and unexpected money needs.  Claimants who are not money minded and this will be the case, not just because of impulsive spending but basic maths skills will almost certainly struggle.

My next issue is one of how the new UC will be managed, its all going online and paid direct into bank accounts, yes good for me as I am computer savvy,have a bank account and like that way of dealing with my payments.

But not everybody has access to a computer, the libraries suggested are not open every day and my library alone has not enough computers to cope with our several thousand unemployed citizens including people with disability and social concerns.

Then you also have people who cannot read or write, have the understanding of form filling, I recently filled in a carers application and it stumped me at times. Many years ago, I  worked as a Field Officer in a drop in centre for the elderly,single, parents, the disable etc, one of my tasks was helping people fill forms for benefits, , the forms often baffle people, some just struggling with a new baby, some elderly clients were confused by the requirements, many visitors had mental health issues, so many I saw,had got their applications wrong, given incorrect info, leading to a slow up  getting the benefits on time.

The new scheme is set  to make it even more of a struggle, the Council led scheme I worked for in the drop in centre has ceasedt o be and in many cities there are no real advice centres,bar Citizens Advice, already being choked by benefit claimants, library staff will be inundated, I can see the place to peruse a book being a very noisy place in the future,while people queue to get free internet.
  Still it will unclog the job centres, maybe massage the benefits figures, however for each of those figures it will be a real person struggling.

I can see a serious problem arising and watching a BBC news item about the food banks visitors,doubling in the last year, people  now only get a one off food parcel enough for a week I believe,waiting a month for benefits will be far too long. Oxfam known for food banks around the world have started them in the UK for the first time! That is quite a shocker for me.

While in a loo at a motorway service stop, the Shelter poster in the ladies,stated that every 15 minutes a family become homeless,I am feeling really concerned by the changes in benefits and I lived through Maggie's reign and found that tough. 

I resorted to a Crisis loan when the company I worked for went into liquidation and did not pay my last wages. The Crisis Loan, money given to help until my benefit was paid, is no more. People just have to wait,up until  today it was a fortnight, from today a month and if you have made a mistake on the form, I see this becoming a problem of hunger and cold.

There are more disadvantages to the new reform but my worry is the needy. 

I have signed the War On Welfare! #WOWpetition this homes in on the sick and disabled but calls for an assessment of the Universal Credit system.

WOW  call for:
A Cumulative Impact Assessment of all cuts and changes affecting sick & disabled people, their families and carers, and a free vote on repeal of the Welfare Reform Act.
An immediate end to the Work Capability Assessment, as voted for by the British Medical Association.
Consultation between the Depts of Health & Education to improve support into work for sick & disabled people, and an end to forced work under threat of sanctions for people on disability benefits*
An Independent, Committee-Based Inquiry into Welfare Reform, covering but not limited to: (1) Care home admission rises, daycare centres, access to education for people with learning difficulties, universal mental health treatments, Remploy closures; (2) DWP media links, the ATOS contract, IT implementation of Universal Credit; (3) Human rights abuses against disabled people, excess claimant deaths & the disregard of medical evidence in decision making by ATOS, DWP & the Tribunal Service.

Wednesday, 24 April 2013

No More Sleepless Summer Nights with B-Sensible Giveaway

I have twins who both suffer with hayfever, its been a long trek through different treatments and trials to find suitable remedies that would help.
Night times and early mornings always were the worst, I felt so helpless at times watching them struggle with blocked noses,streaming itchy eyes and sneezing.
I would have liked to try the B- Sensible range if I had spotted it back then. Conor also had mild eczema, he would get hot and uncomfotable at night, making the itching worse and I finally used a treatment for all the bedding which involved boiling all the sheets, spraying and hooveringand Super salve for his skin, costly but worth it. The B- Sensible range would have been ideal as it has a dust mite barrier.

Well I missed out but you don't have to, B- Sensible have offered a Given To Distracting Others follower a chance to win a 2-in-1 sheet in a size of your choice.
See below

No More Sleepless Summer Nights with B-Sensible…
Every parent’s best friend!
During the summer months the humid weather conditions can cause perspiration, which can lead to skin irritation, ruining your toddler’s night’s sleep. What’s more, if your child is a hay fever or asthma sufferer, their allergies will be rife in the summer months, adding to uncomfortable summer night slumbers.
B-Sensible understands your child’s troubles and has created a “new dawn” in bedding, so there will be no disturbances during the night and early mornings! They offer hypo-allergenic, breathable, waterproof sheets and pillowcases so that your toddler can sleep in undisturbed natural comfort throughout the night, making B-Sensible every parent’s best friend. These are stretchable sheets and can be fitted to Moses cribs, cots and cot beds, so are with you and your child every step of the way through the early years; plus when they get older, they also fit up to super king size beds!
The 2in1 fitted sheet and protector combine into one soft waterproof breathable product which acts like a “second skin” thanks to the innovative fibre Tencel. Tencel is known as the “new age fibre” as it absorbs moisture naturally. The eco-friendly fibre is made from the wood found on the Eucalyptus tree, and has natural cooling mechanisms to control the temperature and humidity. The range also includes pillowcases!
The range of products absorb significantly more moisture than cotton and dries quicker due to its nano-fibre technology, thus helping to control humidity and body temperature. The bedding is waterproof, breathable, have optimum moisture management, hypo-allergenic, thermo regulating and eco-friendly.
If your child has sensitive skin, the hypo-allergenic range of products will prevent skin irritation, so are suitable for eczema, asthma and rhinitis sufferers.
So, say goodbye to uncomfortable nights with the assistance of B-Sensible, which will ensure your toddler will be able to sleep dry, clean, and comfortable all night long.

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Persil Washing-Up Liquid Spring Blossom

 I have been washing up with the new Persil Spring Blossom liquid. The sun has finally decided to grace us, the light pouring through the window as I wash up makes me feel brighter and the lovely floral light fragrance of the liquid is adding to it and will be nice when the dull days come to.

I have tried a few Persil fragrances, both for review and ones I have purchased. I do love this newest addition. The scent of flowers and fruit does help with the mundane chore a little, I think the bright pink bottle helps sitting at the side of the sink also helps.

If you would like to add a little springtime freshness to your washing up, Persil have kindly offered 5 of my readers a bottle in my latest giveaway.

Just fill in the easy peasy rafflecopter

a Rafflecopter giveaway  
Freshen Up Your Kitchen This Spring
It’s the perfect time of year to try some delicious spring seasonal recipes, but the idea of all the washing up can seem a little off-putting.
That’s why Persil has launched a new fantastic fragrance; Spring Blossom, which will make washing the dishes a little more enjoyable.
Hot pink in colour, Spring Blossom is a fresh and clean, fruity floral fragrance. Featuring hints of Freesias, White Rose, Vanilla and dry fruits, it’s the perfect aroma to welcome spring into your kitchen.
So whether you’re cooking a roast for the family or baking some delicious treats for friends, don’t worry about using every piece of crockery, cutlery or cooking tool you have, as you can enjoy cleaning up the culinary chaos with the new Spring Blossom Persil Washing Up Liquid, which will refresh your washing up bowl and kitchen with a fabulous burst of fragrance each time you use it.
Spring Blossom Persil Washing Up Liquid retails at just £1.00 for a 500ml bottle, so keeping your dishes sparkling clean and beautifully fresh is now even better value and more fun than ever before.
Spring Blossom is available now in Tesco stores nationwide.

Persil washing Up liquid is now the number 2 washing up liquid brand in the UK. The Persil Washing-Up Liquid range features a host of modern, fresh fragrances. 

Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Earth Day Kit Giveaway

It was Earth day yesterday, I was celebrating my twins 18th and it rather took over all else!
However I still wanted to bring this post to my readers and P and G kindly have offered you a giveaway too.
The survey reveals that lots of us actually want to help the planet and one day dedicated to it is good,but we can do something every day.
Did you know that big changes don’t have to start with grand acts; they can start much closer to home? Like, choosing to walk to the shops instead of taking the car. Or, using a recyclable water bottle instead of using a plastic one each time you’re on the go.

· Men and women ranked walking and cycling as the most important thing they thought they could do to protect the environment
· When it came to the least important thing they could do, men said reducing the amount of water used for washing and bathing
· Women, on the other hand, said the least favoured option was using environmentally friendly products and brands with a ‘conscience’.

In fact, 81% of Brits say that even simple, everyday actions help them feel like they’re making a contribution to the environment.
To help inspire these acts, P and G have launched a video called Everyday Earth Day and by watching it and answering a simple question you could win

1) A blackboard made from recycled coffee cups
2) A cardboard rocket for the children – and eco-paints so the whole family can get involved too
3) A selection of P and G products

Just watch the video then fill in the easy peasy rafflecopter form.


Homemade Guacamole Recipe

I love my spicy food and Mexican food has to be one of my favourites. I make my own Chilli Con Carne and although I  love it with rice, the family prefer it with tortillas and lots of toppings, fresh salsa, guacamole,cheese and sour cream. When I have time I like to make the toppings myself.
Avocados are so cheap locally, I can buy three for a £1 with few tomatoes, chilli, a large fresh bowl of guacamole tastes far better than any shop bought alternative and a lot cheaper if you can shop at a local market or Asian greengrocer. Big bunches of coriander for 40p and chillies not even 10p.
 My guacamole has a little cumin in as does my chilli, it really makes a difference to the flavour of both.

To make light work of the dish, I have been trying OXO 3-in-1 avocado slicer I was sent for review. It makes short work of the preparation and mess.
The plastic blade cuts through the fruit, a simple twist.  I find the best thing is the pitting part of the gadget, it  removes the stone without normally my usual stabbing and nearly losing digits. It has a scoop that makes slices if the avocado is perfectly ripe.

For my recipe no slices required, it does seem a shame I mash it up. Really enjoyed using it and as we eat chilli several times a month, this is a gadget that won't languish in the cutlery draw.
If you fancy one they are available at Lakeland for £8. I will be reviewing some more useful Oxo tools next week.
Back to the recipe.
You will need the avocados to be exactly ripe, firm but soft, too soft and its not as tasty, my friend told me today she loves overripe avocado mashed on toast with pepper, not sure about that, but worth a try.

Guacamole Ingredients

2 avocados
1 tomato finely diced
1/2 red onion very finely sliced
1 Jalapeno pepper, finely chopped and seeds removed.
lemon or lime juice
1/2 -1 tsp cumin (optional)
Fresh coriander chopped

How to Make Guacamole

Mash up the avocado, mix in the onion and tomato. Mix in the cumin if using.
Squeeze over the lemon or lime juice.
Sprinkle with chopped coriander.
Serve immediately.

Gigaset SL910A Home phone review

The first thing my daughter said as I opened the Gigaset SL910A was "Oh wow I thought you had an iphone!" The phone is actually a home phone but has the sleek looks of a good mobile handset!  A lovely large touch screen, sliding across from menu to menu. Its  a mobile for the home.

At first it felt  a little weightier but I think that is because it looks like my smart phone I expected the same feel, but compared to my current house phone is thinner and much more slimline! I have been using it a lot and it now fits in my hand and I don't think about it.
Benefits that really suit me is that the base that the handset sits (the dock) in does not have to be near the phone socket. This is fabulous for me, the house is quite long and the thick walls meant I was missing calls while charging my old phone.

It looks great in the living room as an accessory, even more so as its on the clock display, I hate ticking clocks, so previously to find out the time, we have been craning our necks to see the kitchen clock. It doubles up as a digital photo frame so in time I will be picking a lovely family shot to further make this as much an ornament as a useful gadget!

Chris loves to play with a new toy, the instruction book has been thoroughly read, he has been setting up ring tones, trying out the texting facility, bluetoothing his and mine's mobile contacts. He annoyingly set a shrill ringtone for himself that makes us all jump out of our skin when he phones home!

The phone has had a real benefit for Granny, she is hard of hearing and has always had trouble with phones, but she is actually able to hear people more clearly. This was not a feature I expected,but has been a great benefit and makes the phone invaluable for her friend to chat to her. Chris says the sound of my voice on his Parrot hands free device for the car is much better and vice versa.

Finally my love of this phone deepened with the separate belt clip, which enables me one to have the phone attached while I am working in the kitchen or caring for Granny.I am terrible for leaving my phones in a room and missing important calls. So having the Gigaset attached to me  means I am always contactable.

Its more obvious gain is hands free chatting so when I get a call from Chris every evening on his long journey home, I can carry on cooking the meal and not get grumpy that he rings when I am busy!

I am very impressed with the phone, the design  make it a pleasure to look at, the photo and clock face make it fit in the room as a pretty item but its usable features and clear connection, great sound quality, make it a much needed item, I did not think about before.

But don’t be fooled, this phone is much more than just appealing to the eye. The choice of three home screens, including: dial centre, ECO DECT technology, text message centre and customisable information screen, as well as picture ID function and Bluetooth capabilities, mean this phone delivers on every aspect of home telephony - sound, reliability and performance.
Prices start from: £139.99
Handset size: 5.5 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm
Handset options: Single and additional handset

The SL910A is available to buy from John Lewis, Dixons, Amazon and Ligo.

For full details of all phone models available from Gigaset, please visit www.gigaset.com/uk 

Cadbury Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations Review

Brand new to the UK comes two wacky and wonderful chocolate bars like no other; bursting with intriguing combinations of deliciously surprising ingredients, new Cadbury Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations deliver a blend of extraordinary flavours and textures, all complimented with the nation’s favourite chocolate*.
I was sent the new creations to try,  ‘Jelly Popping Candy Shells’ and ‘Cookie Nut Crunch.’

I have to say I more than excited by the Jelly Popping Candy Shell variety. When I was a child, Space Dust became all the rage, around the time of Star Wars.
The feel of popping powder on my tongue was brilliant, I was always amazed by it, still not sure how it works. I remember kids at school smuggling it into lessons and letting it pop to see if a teacher would notice and to make the class snigger!
Now to have the sensation and chocolate, well the childishness in me couldn't wait!!

Both bars are wrapped in candy striped and classic purple, they remind me of fairgrounds somehow.

Unwrapping reveals another difference, unusually shaped chocolate shapes with different sized pieces with patterns and texture. Like a modern art chocolate bar. But I was rather anxious to get to the pop!!

The pieces of candy are in abundance, I tasted one piece savouring the taste of chocolate first and I thought the popping was not going to happen,then it began!

Oh and it just kept going,  that fabulous sensation and more excitingly it continued after the chocolate and candy had gone. I love chocolate, but this has made me excited, I love the popping, tingly feeling. Its such a brilliant feeling!

Onto the Cookie Nut Crunch, this bar is filled with lovely cookie pieces, then another mouthful delivers nut caramel, and if you are really lucky you get the final roasted nut in the same mouthful. The bar is absolutely packed with lovely crunch throughout.

I love both the bars, both really different, the aroma of chocolate, the taste, the crunch, with one the tingly mini explosions on your tongue. Cadbury really have topped their good record.

Read the much more succinct information about the new bars from Cadbury, I was too excitable to be that clear! Oh and keep on reading until the end there is a lovely surprise!!

Introducing New Cadbury Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations

Awe-inspiring chocolate bursting with unexpected ingredients

Packing a tasty punch, ‘Jelly Popping Candy Shells’ combines scrumptious chewy jellies, colourful sugar coated cocoa pieces and curiously crackling popping candy.

Deliciously different ‘Cookie Nut Crunch’ provides an unexpected sweet and salty taste sensation with a perfect balance of biscuit pieces, crunchy nut caramel and chopped roasted nuts.
The mischievously moreish 200g block (RRP £2.49) is ideal for sharing and is simply marvellous for those wanting to make family time together feel more magical and extraordinary in the evenings. The 47g bar (RRP 59p) is perfect for those looking for something unusual and exciting to bring a little joy to break up the long afternoon at work and blast away the 3 o’clock dip.
Matthew Williams, marketing director at Mondel─ôz International, said “Cadbury Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations is our most exciting innovation to date. Having tested hundreds of different combinations the Cadbury Dairy Milk team have created something truly unique. Not only is it bursting with a blend of scrumptious and unusual ingredients, chocolate lovers can now also have some fun with the weird and wonderful shaped pieces that make up the two bars. We are very excited to be introducing this delicious product to the UK and making eating our favourite treats great fun.”

I am very pleased to be able to give away some bars to my readers. Cadbury have offered five winners the chance to win one of each bar in both sizes so four scrummy bars each!!

Just fill in the easy peasy rafflecopter,  bonus entries for those that want them!

Thursday, 18 April 2013

Great British Beef week with Asda

To celebrate British Beef Week (22nd April) Asda have been preparing by putting on some special offers and some tips courtesy of Jim Viggars, butcher and now meat buyer for the store. Asda are running a great offer on a selection of the Butcher's Selections steaks at 2 for £7 and I have also asked for a recipe to share. A rather tasty looking steak salad.
Steak & caramelised onion salad
A healthier alternative to steak and chips and perfect for celebrating Great British Beef Week

Serves 4, ready in 45 minutes

  • 2 baking potatoes
  • 4tbsp olive oil
  • 16 vine-ripened cherry tomatoes
  • 2 large onions, halved and sliced
  • 2 level tsp soft brown sugar
  • 2tsp balsamic vinegar
  • 1 The Butcher’s Selection 21 day matured sirloin steak (535g)
  • 1tbsp cider vinegar
  • 1 level tsp Coarse Grain Mustard
  • 1/2 level tsp clear honey
  • 90g bag mixed salad leaves

Cooking Instructions:
  1. Preheat the oven to 220c/200c fan/gas 7. Line a baking tray with baking paper. Cut the potatoes into 1.5cm cubes, pat dry with kitchen paper, put in a bowl with 1tbsp of the oil and toss until coated. Spread on the tray and cook for 35-40 minutes until crisp and golden
  2. Put the tomatoes on a tray and bake with the potatoes for the last 5-10 minutes until the skins burst
  3. Meanwhile, fry the onions in 1tbsp of the oil over a low heat for 20 minutes, stirring often, until soft and golden. Add the sugar and balsamic vinegar and cook for 5-10 minutes until caramelised
  4. Griddle or grill the steak for 2 minutes on each side or until medium. Leave to rest for 5 minutes, then slice thickly
  5. Whisk the rest of the oil with cider vinegar, mustard and honey. Season and toss with the leaves. Put on a serving plate with the steak and vegetables. Serve immediately

As next week is also St George's day I will be trying some of the range and will be posting my finds. See below for an early heads up on the of English buys!

  1. Beef is incredibly versatile so choose a cut, which suits your meal and budget. For a Sunday Roast I like a good topside joint, for a stew I'd go for a braising steak, but for a steak dinner there's nothing better than a nice sirloin steak – there are so many options available so why not try something different
  2. Before cooking your beef it is important to let it stand at room temperature, so take it out of the fridge 20 minutes before cooking – this means it will be even juicier when you eat it
  3. Beef can be cooked at varying temperatures; when I'm cooking a beef roasting joint I put it on a higher heat for the first 30 minutes and then lower the temperature for the remaining cooking time for the perfect roast
  4. Once your beef roast has been cooked you must let it rest for approximately 15/20 minutes - wrap it loosely in foil and put it to one side while you cook your accompaniments. Letting it rest means it will loose less juice when you cut it and it will be even more tender and juicy
  5. If eating steak, choose one with a longer maturation time, our Butcher's Selection steaks are now matured for 21 days meaning the beef is even more tender and flavoursome
  6. When cooking steak, brush it with either rapeseed or sunflower oil (not olive oil) and then season with black pepper and a little salt – simple, but ever so tasty
  7. If you are cooking steak then start by heating a griddle pan or heavy frying pan until very hot - do not add oil to the pan as this will create a lot of smoke
  8. Using tongs, (not a fork as this may pierce the meat), gently lower the steak into the hot pan, keeping it away from you as it may spit
  9. Leave your steak without turning for 2 -2 1/2 minutes so that the surface caramelises, then turn once and leave undisturbed for 2 minutes for rare, 3 minutes for medium, 4-5 minutes for well done
  10. For the ultimate summer steak dinner why not accompany with a caramelised onion salad? It's a healthier option to steak and chips, but just as tasty!
Raise a toast to St George’s Day with these Extra Special bevvies;
Gentleman Jack Beer, Whitechapel Porter Ale and Golden Ale. Three cheers for English beers and ales!
£1.79 each or 3 for £5
Enjoy some truly English produce with this crumbly Chosen by you Blue Stilton, sourced from the ‘Long Clawson Dairy’ in Leicestershire.
Get the family round for British bangers with these succulent Extra Special Pork, West Country Cheddar and Plum Chutney sausages.
There’s nothing more quintessentially English than a roast dinner. The Butcher’s Selection Slow Roast Easy Carve Beef is perfect. Grab yourself a British bargain!
£7.50 per kg
Support the nation’s fave breakfast buddy, the crumpet. Asda’s Chosen by you Crumpet Soldiers fit snugly inside your toaster and break into four perfect strips, so no more burnt fingers!