I was rummaging through the cupboard looking for some chocolates to serve to friends due tomorrow when I came across a pack of almonds and chocolate covered coffee beans which we must have bought for last Christmas.
The Best Before date is February 2019.
Peering through the little cellophane window of the unopened packet, they appear to look OK.
I wouldn't serve them to my friends but P fancies eating them.
Would they be safe to eat do you think?
I am sure they will be fine. I would try one in a heartbeat! Let P try half or one and see.ReplyDelete
He doesn't mind being a guinea pig, especially if chocolate is involved!Delete
Has he got a guinea pig costume?Delete
I'll have them.ReplyDelete
I'd try them too!ReplyDelete
We appear to have a consensus. I just hope you won't be reading about my arrest for spouse poisoning soon.ReplyDelete
Don't know how many you have by now on your list but please put me next on the list to be guinea pig.ReplyDelete
If they look Ok and smell Ok, they are probably OK.ReplyDelete
A Christmas present for somebody you don't really like?ReplyDelete
Now there's a thought.Delete
Definitely safe to eat. After all, what did we do before these dates appeared on food products? I don't remember folk dying in the streets. Besides, if Peregrine kicks the bucket you can always find another bloke on the internet.ReplyDelete
Oh no. You find some very dodgy people on the internet Mr P.Delete
I would think they were safe to eat, its not like its meat, nuts and chocolate perfectly ok.ReplyDelete
P is going to scoff them tomorrow!Delete