greent wrote: »
Chop and fry appropriate amount of chicken - I now use one large breast - we used to use two (I've tried making it with leftover roast chicken and neither of us liked it) in olive oil. Add crushed garlic cloves (we use about 3) or a good squeeze of garlic puree.
Add chopped peppers and onions (quite a lot!) and a finely chopped fresh chilli (or two - depending on required heat) (Or you could use dried chilli flakes)Important bit - add a good splosh of cheap white wine (we buy Sains basics at £2.25ish a bottle just for fajitas, as neither of us drink white wine) It's in a screw top bottle and lasts us weeks!
Stir fry until mixture is slightly blackened - wine will help with this
freakyogre wrote: »
I don't think there's any chance of me doing this this month as have very little left! Bit silly really as I have stocked up on more stuff, but left my total the same. Oh well, i'll try harder next month.
I got some toothpaste yesterday - £1.00
Today I spent £3.24 - milk, crisps (grr!) and some reduced strawberries
I'm hoping I have everything I need for when i'm off work. I got some 'emergency' UHT milk the other day (yuck, but better than nothing!) I'd prefer not to pester people for things, but will if I need to. Operation is on Monday and i'm getting a bit nervous now :eek:
highland_fling wrote: »
Good afternoon everyone,
just back from a visit to town and I am delighted. Went into M&S and snapped up lots of bargains.:j
Original Price I paid
White vest top £8 £1
Silk pants £8 £1
Cotton pants £4 £1
2pk bras £15 £3
nightshirt £12 £1
pyjamas £14 £3
Know it is not really GC but just wanted to share my good fortune.
Might be worth some of you popping in down your neck of the woods.
Delivery starts from 85p
...for flights cancelled during Covid
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