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Barry Norman Premium Pickled Onions (hot and spicy) 20% off was £2.40 now £1.92 at Waitrose

£1.92 @ Waitrose
Normally I just buy crap soggy own brand pickled onions for 90p a jar because I can't afford the good stuff, but wow if you can spare the extra £1 then these will make your day. Barry Norman didn't ge… Read More
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Normally I just buy crap soggy own brand pickled onions for 90p a jar because I can't afford the good stuff, but wow if you can spare the extra £1 then these will make your day. Barry Norman didn't get where he is today by eating cr.ap pickled onions.
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1 Like #1
best pickled onions ever. I buy these every Christmas.
1 Like #2
best pickled onions ever. I buy these every Christmas.
#3
Barry Norman. wow that takes me right back. didnt Jonathan Ross take over from him on film
1 Like #4
srp111
Barry Norman. wow that takes me right back. didnt Jonathan Ross take over from him on film

Isn't Barry Norman the Cillit bang guy?
2 Likes #5
and why not?
Delicious, heat added
5 Likes #6
ellie27
srp111
Barry Norman. wow that takes me right back. didnt Jonathan Ross take over from him on film

Isn't Barry Norman the Cillit bang guy?


Barry Scott, you wally, would not touch his onions with a barge pole oO
1 Like #7
Could see Barry Norman endorsing popcorn but pickled onions? Wtf
5 Likes #8
srp111
Barry Norman. wow that takes me right back. didnt Jonathan Ross take over from him on film


Wossy took over the Film show, then lost out to Claudia Winkleman, she knows nothing about onions :(
1 Like #9
The pickled onion daddy
1 Like #10
hot
#11
As good as garners (not James ) ? .. Noticed aldi flogging hot n spicy onions for 99p anyone tried them ? ..
1 Like #12
boostii
srp111
Barry Norman. wow that takes me right back. didnt Jonathan Ross take over from him on film
Wossy took over the Film show, then lost out to Claudia Winkleman, she knows nothing about onions :(
Knowing your onions should be a prerequisite for a film critic.
#13
Garners are great, £2 a jar in Morrisons at the mo.
The aldi chilli pickled onions are not bad, but haven't got the 'home made' dark flavour that the garners ones have
#14
rugman
Garners are great, £2 a jar in Morrisons at the mo.
The aldi chilli pickled onions are not bad, but haven't got the 'home made' dark flavour that the garners ones have


Garners nearly £3 in Waitys, oOoO
#15
Are these made with Malt vinegar instead of the Spirit vinegar that other brands use?
#16
Can't beat Garners, but may give these a try!
#17
robin5858
Are these made with Malt vinegar instead of the Spirit vinegar that other brands use?


Barley malt vinegar :)
#18
these are stunning!
#19
these are stunning
1 Like #20
boostii
rugman
Garners are great, £2 a jar in Morrisons at the mo.
The aldi chilli pickled onions are not bad, but haven't got the 'home made' dark flavour that the garners ones have
Garners nearly £3 in Waitys, oOoO
£2 in most places atm. Love the pickled shallots too.

Edited By: plodging on Dec 07, 2016 22:38
#21
Never seen these in me life! Now i know they exist though I'll be looking out for them, anywhere else bu Waitrose sells them?
#22
scott_safc
Never seen these in me life! Now i know they exist though I'll be looking out for them, anywhere else bu Waitrose sells them?


Tesco do them, but currently full price :|
1 Like #23
I've been eating pickled onions for years at the cinema, no one will sit near me in a 5 row seat radius, they're amazing! Definitely come to the cinema when I'm there, I usually go to the Showcase in Peterborough, I can't promise I haven't stained any of the seats though, with my onion juice.
1 Like #24
These are the BEST! Really tasty and crunchy! Better than home-made.
#25
When you eat them, it makes you screw your face up and pause for a moment as the flavour temporarily overwhelms your senses <3
#26
I've tried just about every brand of pickled onions going, including these. Wasn't especially impressed with these... they're ok, but nothing special. If you want REAL bite, get Garner's Pickled Shallots. IMO, they're the best of the best.
1 Like #27
ian_uk1975
I've tried just about every brand of pickled onions going, including these. Wasn't especially impressed with these... they're ok, but nothing special. If you want REAL bite, get Garner's Pickled Shallots. IMO, they're the best of the best.


Home pickling is for the true connoisseur, give it a go, my Uncle Anthony's onions taste like nothing else.
#28
I'm a pickled egg type of bloke, partial to an onion only on bank holidays if truth be told.
#29
Does Barry Norman think he's Paul Newman putting his name on stuff like this!?
1 Like #30
boostii
ian_uk1975
I've tried just about every brand of pickled onions going, including these. Wasn't especially impressed with these... they're ok, but nothing special. If you want REAL bite, get Garner's Pickled Shallots. IMO, they're the best of the best.


Home pickling is for the true connoisseur, give it a go, my Uncle Anthony's onions taste like nothing else.


Yeah, I have very fond memories from when I was a kid of my dad pickling his own onions... the shelves in the kitchen pantry used to be full of large jars of pickled onions and home brew wine.
#31
ian_uk1975
boostii
ian_uk1975
I've tried just about every brand of pickled onions going, including these. Wasn't especially impressed with these... they're ok, but nothing special. If you want REAL bite, get Garner's Pickled Shallots. IMO, they're the best of the best.


Home pickling is for the true connoisseur, give it a go, my Uncle Anthony's onions taste like nothing else.


Yeah, I have very fond memories from when I was a kid of my dad pickling his own onions... the shelves in the kitchen pantry used to be full of large jars of pickled onions and home brew wine.


Just the best comment, that's what it is all about, good luck to you mate, cheers 8)
#32
ian_uk1975
I've tried just about every brand of pickled onions going, including these. Wasn't especially impressed with these... they're ok, but nothing special. If you want REAL bite, get Garner's Pickled Shallots. IMO, they're the best of the best.


i doubt the Garners ones are that good. if they were, surely they would be endorsed by a retired film critic?!
#33
I almost took back the ladies own b
rand pickled onions as they were so sour

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