£25? Where would I put it all? My bro'-outlaw (who always knows what's
best for me) with my money got me a (brand) new matching fridge and
freezer when I came out of hospital/respite care.
My ickle Electrolux thermocycle thing was obviously not good enough, (I
grant you, it wasn't dirt cheap to run) but it worked, and aided economy
in that it only admitted a small bulk of stuff. Howsomedever, the new
freezer was much too small - the economy of freezers relies on one's
ability to buy stuff when it's in glut and use it when wanted.
So, he didn't try the 14 cu foot one in the shed. I shall get round to
trying it as soon as it's convenient.
But all this is by-the-bye: I can't get out to collect the £25
squidsworth - being bed or wheelchairbound a trip to the
not-so-clevermarket takes me all day, that's if I can find a taxi to
take me ensconced in chariot, and later, back again.
Anyway, I got some fillets of basa and they rather match Earth's entry
in HHGTTU - 'mostly harmless'. Morrisons flog them in bags of several
frozen fillets, but have stopped carrying the smoked ones. Prolly OK for
bulkinh-up fish pie when there's something pungent available.