My ‘Site Stats’ for this blog have shown that people have found The Silly Asparagus through Google by asking the question, ‘Do Marks and Spencer sell Quorn?’. I haven’t discussed this before. In the last year or so, Marks and Spencer have started selling food from brands other than themselves. You can now go into M&S and find Cadbury’s chocolate, Kellogg’s cereal, etc. However, as far as I am aware, they do not sell anything by Quorn.
If you have been following The Silly Asparagus from the beginning, you will already know that I love Marks and Spencer. I might be a student, but places like Asda just aren’t my scene. Whilst Marks and Spencer do not stock Quorn, they do have their own range called ‘Super Soya’. Today, I bought the ‘Super Soya Sausages With Onion Gravy & Mash’. Okay, I’m still not exactly cooking, but this was very yummy!
As well as the ‘Super Soya’ range, M&S also have a great vegetarian range. I have briefly mentioned the range before (https://sillyasparagus.wordpress.com/2012/02/03/day-67-catch-up/).
I am clearly hoping that those in charge at M&S will see my enthusiasm and passion for their company and hire me as their vegetarian spokesperson. I can see the posters now: ‘This is not just any silly asparagus…’. Unfortunately, whilst the likes of Rosie Huntington-Whitely are around, I have no chance.
Well, that is quite enough free advertising for one day.
The Silly Asparagus.