Monday, 24 January 2011

Mr Kipling Rhubarb and Custard Pies

Mr Kipling Rubbarb and custard pies
When you get a text like this, especially from Tom the Scientist, who lives with the lovely Laura, you just can’t afford to ignore it! So Darrell, Nigel and I decided to see if Mr Kipling has indeed delivered a 9 nom, pastry encased culinary delight.
Mr Kipling Rhubard and Custard Pies
The blurb on the box said “ Rhubarb and custard pies …. with tangy rhubarb and apple and a dollop of creamy custard”. We very much like the word “dollop” – it implies that portion size of the custard inside the pie is generous …. and not just a smidgeon …..
r Kipling Rhubarb and Custard Pies 2
The packaging was rather garish but at the same time tantalisingly tempting……….. our eyes were already doing the eating …..
The lattice pastry lid also gave us an enticing glimpse of the custard and rhubarb that lay beneath … our excitement and anticipation were  tangible.
Rhubard and Custard Pies
Nigel just couldn’t wait ……
Rhubarb and custard pies by Mr Kipling
All we can say is …..
Nom Nom Nom
Nom, nom, nom, a million times nom!  We would have liked to have tried them warm, but we just couldn’t stop nomming to put even one in the oven….. so we now need to nip over to the village  Tesco Express to get a another box to try them again……
Note: we did have the presence of mind to realise that rhubarb may have an adverse effect on Nigel’s erm …. tummy …. so we limited his intake …. scrapping much of his rhubarb onto our own plates!


Mr.D said...

According to Tom, noms are out of ten yet you write a million times nom! He's a scientist so he should know - did he learn it in GCSE Physics? Who taught him? These "poys" look nommingly good, I must say.

marc said...

WE say 9 noms to and that was wise of you when it came to Nigels tum big love marc and the girls, Hugh says 10 noms as all fruit pies are 10 noms in his book

Darrell said...

Hmmmm Mr. D remind us what you taught Tom? Mum said you taught her about exoteric skeletons or something like that

Mr.D said...

I taught Tom Chemistry and not Physics. Mum did a wonderful drawing of squeaky pop - involving mice and lemonade and nothing to do with the test for hydrogen gas. Exothermic reactions or exoskeletons? Methinks mum is a little confused.

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