Toasted GF Bagel with Bacon, Tumeric Scrambled Eggs, Pickled Onions, Avocado, Cheddar, Tomato, Lettuce & Mayo.
Colourful (without filters) and drop-dead delicious. Austin also scoffed down the entire thing and asked if there was more, so it must have been good.
As normal, when I was in England a few weeks ago, I posted myself a huge bag of goodies. It’s like opening a surprise gift when it arrives, because I’ve inveriably forgotten what was in it. So (to my surprise 😲😂) there were some @Tescofood
Free From Bagels in there, which we will discuss later. I was going to do an ‘unboxing’ of my bag, because all UK bloggers & instagrammers always get sent free loot, and do live unboxings on their page. In Spain you get sent jack-all so I was going to do a tongue-in-cheek unboxing of the stuff I sent myself. Then I had a stern word with myself and decided that it would only be funny for me and everyone else would just think I was an idiot HENCE no unboxing. Just me telling you about the hypothetical unboxing situation which I’m realising is also stupid. Anyway…….. 😕
So back to the bagels. I was really happy to have some, because bagels are a thing that haven’t quite reached Spain yet. It’s even hard to find the ‘normal’ gluten-full ones. So they were slightly dry but I’m not going to complain about that. There is one thing though that really bugs me about the #Tesco
Free From range…. The packaging. It’s SO ugly and unappealing. Does anyone else agree with me? Take a look at M&S as an example. They do it so well. The packet makes the product sound amazing and you can immediately tell what is inside. The Tesco packaging is really unclear and cluttered and looks like they haven’t changed the design since the 90’s. Well that’s my opinion, and @tescofood
if you want me to do some consulting on the side, I gladly will, for a small price. 🤑