Now dry roasted peanuts are acceptable, there's something about them but they have to be KP nuts... No other brand will do. The hot peanuts they do in pubs, Sahara's hot nuts, are a peanut encrusted in a crisp shell which has an exotic blend of spices that give them a little kick are acceptable too - they don't smell so pleasant, but they actually taste rather nice indeed!
I love Marmite but Marmite cashews are rather random, so best avoided - Marmite perhaps in most cases shouldn't be messed with either, I must say Marmite cheddar is amazing though... So much so the mini snack cheeses in this range are to die for, I'd even go so far as to say they're orgasmic!
Now stupidly in Tesco the other day I got over excited by my love of most things foody that contain lemon & coriander, I spotted on the nut shelf a new product... lemon & coriander cashews, so I thought oooh they sound nice let's try them!
HUGE mistake!!! What was I thinking?! They were not the nutty gorgeously tasty jumbo salted cashews that I love...
They were a randomly tasting drab cashew, not a patch on the old faithfuls & I was soarly disappointed in them "/
Needless to say these cheeky rogues that tried to tempt my taste buds, will not be entering my basket, trolley, house or mouth EVER again!!!!!
The only other way I like to eat cashews is if they're in a chicken, pineapple & cashew dish from the Chinese takeaway - moto of this story, stick to what you know & don't deviate for gimmicky alternatives!
Now my bestie will not appreciate this blog so much due to his nut allergy, so here's a little tribute to him & his love of Eastman's Cheese Balls...
I never ventured by the crisps or maize snacks area so sadly didn't get to investigate if the huge Tesco at Aylesbury still stocked your beloved favourite cheesy snack. However, I still have a packet of the more expensive (but exact same product in Tesco packaging) sat in my cupboard waiting for you - I've included a picture of the said packet, just to tease you!!!