Frost Free My A***

We've got two freezers, an upright 'frost free' one and a standard chest one that we use for bulk purchases. Now, the term 'frost free' is a bit misleading, as in, if you don't defrost the damned thing regularly it just stops working! It generally starts again after you've switched it off and left it a couple of days, but it's a right pain and always seems to happen when the other freezer's full.

It's even more annoying as of the two freezers this was the more expensive and should be better quality. Needless to say, the cheap and cheerful, bottom of the range chest one just plods on in it's own sweet way with no problems!

That's why I'm in a foul mood having spent the evening making loads of soup, beef casserole, collar bacon and tandoori chicken among other things.

It's at times like this that you're glad of the slow-cooker and that you bought that new seal for the pressure cooker. It's also when you realise that the frozen mixed veg makes a good base for soup!
Phil having frozen mixed veg in the freezer? Surely not?
It's there because Emma bought it to keep the crab that she bought me when she went to the coast cool!


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