Buy Anzac wine as follows:
Red, australia: Wyndam Estate or Wakefield
White, New Zealand: Montana Marlborough.
(IF you have one near you, go to Costco. Marlborough at 4 Pounds a bottle, last special offfer. I brought 100 bottles back to Ireland with me recently from Glasgow. It's 12 Pounds a bottle here, in Tesco).
Both are cheap and very good quality, far superior to any any European wine in the same price bracket, better than any other Austrailan.
Strange that you should mention Jacobs coffee!
I buy that in the Polski Sklep here (Ireland btw). It's cheaper than an equivalent coffee in any supermarket..
Eat Irish or Northern Ireland or Polish pork products, better than their mainland UK equivalents. (Cuisine de FRance is an Irish company btw :D - love their croissants )
English Ales are very good, if brewed in the local breweries. You will find the best ones in Yorkshire, best ales in the world. It's not on the way to Scotland, but worth the diversion to Huddersfield just to try the local ale. M1, M62, continue to M6 then for Scotland...
Loads of Polish in Glasgow :) It's a cool city besides, if a bit on the tough side.
aaarggh, a Meerkat. Where's my combat shotgun!
Still, I guess that means more pies for me, then :)
I got salmonella from an English pie once.....
Only time I ever got food poisoning
It may be illegal, but this English chap definitely had sold me off milk.
I got off milk a few times, in Dublin. At least it won't poison you ;)
Lesson: buy milk in supermarkets where they look after it better.
The range of wines is, like a lot of things, very limited, unfortunately.
Actually, no. The range is quite good. Expensive and getting more so though.
So I bulk buy in Glasgow when I'm over there.