The woman received the mouldy
pizzas in a Iceland delivery earlier this month
"They then sliced the cake up and we gave it to our guests in goody bags, then a couple of days later my partner's auntie called us to say it was mouldy
It was mostly fast food rubbish; there was mouldy
food, stale milk, it was disgusting.
As catchy as it was, Mouldy
Old Dough was a slow-burn success.
Inspectors found out-of-date food, including a container of mouldy
coleslaw, unlabelled salmon steaks which were liquefying and a bowl of dried up 'fresh' whipped cream.
But my mum says it's totally fine to eat stuff when it's a bit mouldy
so she never buys anything new.
Out of the 75 complaints, the report said, almost one third of samples were deemed as unsuitable for consumption including yoghurts and mouldy
As I write, I have just thrown out a pack of strawberries bought only a day earlier, because they have gone mouldy
Lieutenant Pigeon may have been a one-hit wonder in the 1970s with Mouldy
Old Dough, but he's struck the target time after time this decade with his mouldy
Chris Frear, of restoration firm Precious Voices in Thornhill, Dumfriesshire, said: "We used to get one or two cases a year, now 10 per cent of all the work sent to us is mouldy
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, July 2006: Altar boys Davie and Geordie are well behaved only when adults are looking; their biggest problem is Mouldy
, a threatening bully, or so they think.
As long as they are uncooked, vegetables aren't a food poisoning risk - but once they start going mouldy
, throw them away.
The book's anti-hero, Gordon Comstock, is a failed poet with a rotten attitude toward bourgeois society, working as a clerk in a mouldy
used bookshop and cranking out essays of socialist criticism for a Marxist rag called The Antichrist.
Some pieces read partly as underhanded comments on contemporary art, as in Untitled (Totem), a painting whose abstract imagery is accompanied by a helpful diagram indicating that the piece depicts a PRIMITIVE PERSON hurling SPECIAL GOOP with a GIANT SPOON at a MOULDY
What is left is a mountain of mouldy
and ragged sandbags, saturated with bacteria-filled sand and silt that can cause untold ecological damage to waterways, and can result in massive cleanup bills.