ceridwen wrote: »
My own mother comments unfavourably about some of my MSE ways as being things "that poor people do" or they're "too much hassle".
sooty&sweep wrote: »
The one memory that still makes me laugh is a story from my Granny. She went into a carvery with my grandfather (both dead now) and my uncle and aunt. The had beef from a rib of beef that had nearly been all carved. My granny commented to the staff how much meat there was still on the bone. Shortly after they presented my granny with a tinfoil parcel, much to my uncle's embarassment. She took it and thoroughly enjoyed the leftovers. The restaurant would have binned it !
joshieg3011 wrote: »
Has anyone else ever felt embarassed by their MSE ways?
IlonaRN wrote: »
I would imagine that the eggs have been pasteurised, and so would be suitable for anything that required raw or not-quite-cooked egg, without the risk of salmonella poisoning, which can be fatal.
So I wouldn't buy eggs in cartons for anything that I knew would be cooked through, but for things like chocolate mousse or other non-cooked foods, I would look to buy them rather than use normal eggs.
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