Summer with Morrisons

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Morrisons kindly sent me a selection of its summertime and BBQ items to devour … erm I mean review. I obliged.

Assuming we’ll see a summer this year in Britain, Morrisons will have you covered for all your BBQ and picnic needs. I enjoyed having a taste what’s on offer. Here are some highlights.

Brisket burgers from the supermarket’s “The Best” line (4 x 113.5g, £4) were tasty, plump and juicy. And I really liked the Cajun Sweet Potato Wedges (450g, £2.20), a ready-to-cook side which had only a minimal list of all real food ingredients: sweet potato, rapeseed oil, sail, dried onion, coriander, smoked paprika, oregano, cumin, garlic powder, thyme, black pepper, and cayenne pepper.

I was also impressed by Morrisons’ range of craft beers, particularly the Brewdog Elvis Juice – a zestful and fruity IPA (£1.65 per 330ml bottle or four bottles for £6).

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2 Responses to Summer with Morrisons

  1. Hi I am from faversham we love your store o ly trouble is that we cant gget a lot of what you advertise we get told that we are a small store so we dont get every thing .so you are driving us back to tescos

    • tikichris says:

      Thanks for your comment. But you do realise this blog isn’t actually associated with Morrisons, right? I would hate to think you might be under the impression that your concerns about your local store could be addressed here.

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