Only at Coles

This takes the cake. Funniest thing I have seen in a long time and I thought calling The ArchiBULL Prize and sending schools fibreglass cows was sending mixed messages


Is it  lamb? Is it beef? Is it even Grass fed?  Whatever it is, its a stuff up Coles.  Ht to Jasmine Nixon

Spanish Sausages

What meat indeed ??? Ht to Andrew – rider not sure we can pin this one on Coles?

Some other gems courtesy of Andrew

Andrew 1 Blueberries and Strawberries

Andrew 2 Lowe fat milk

Andrew 2 Asparagus

Andrew 2 Vegan Fairy Floss

Now for anyone who doesn’t know how you make fairy floss. Yes its sugar, sugar, sugar, sugar and more sugar. No animals where harmed in the making fairy floss and there is no gluten in sight

How To Make Fairy Floss


1kg Sugar,

100g Corn Syrup,

5g vinegar,

500g water


Step 1: Pour all of the ingredients into a large pot in the order listed above, making sure to pour the water around the sugar

Step 2: Cook from 0 to 133ºC (bringing the temperature up slowly) for 20-25 minutes. If you have a conventional stove top, try medium high or high heat and just watch it closely

Step 3: When it’s boiling DON’t stir it (that will increase the chances of it crystalizing). Take a wet brush and wipe the crytals downs off the side of the pot

Step 4: Let it cool down to around 100ºC and then pour the cooked sugar into small containers (the size of a hockey puck). Pour enough in each container so it is about twice as thick as a regular hockey puck

Step 5: Let the containers sit until they are completely cool

Step 6: Pop the fairy floss candy base (hockey puck) out of the container (gently squeeze the container as you rotate it… patience young grasshopper)

Step 7: Pour a little bit of oil over the fairy floss candy base to stop it from sticking to your hands and then use your thumbs and forefingers to mold the puck into a donut shape (making sure it is an even thickness all the way round)

Step 8: Lay some corn flour on a bench and dip your cooked sugar donut into it, then keep pulling it slowly until the donut gets bigger and bigger

Step 9: Keep dipping it into your corn flour at regular intervals as you pull it bigger, and stop once your donut is about half the size of a car wheel

Step 10: Now you have 1 stand. Fold it into a figure 8 and then with both your hands over the 2 strands keep your front hand still, while the back hand pulls and stretches the strands to become bigger

Step 11: Keep switching hands while making the sure the bottom of your candy always stays in your corn flour mixture

Step 12: Once your 2 strands are long enough, make another figure 8 and repeat with 4 strands, doing this 14 times in total until you have 16,384 strands!

Done. Break it apart, wear it as a moustache, eat it and have fun with it!

Author: Lynne Strong

I am a 6th generation farmer who loves surrounding myself with optimistic, courageous people who believe in inclusion, diversity and equality and embrace the power of collaboration. I am the founder of Picture You in Agriculture. Our team design and deliver programs that inspire pride in Australian agriculture and support young people to thrive in business and life

2 thoughts on “Only at Coles”

  1. Agree … Have a number of these such as grapes labeled as Strawberries and bananas labeled as curved yellow fruit. Problem with them is not all have Colesworth identification

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