I had originally thought of throwing one large onion and one large potato into the oven (whole, with skin) and let it char bake. Then again, not so good idea. It could get messy. Which supermarket has the best Christmas crackers? Find out the best for valueWe tested crackers from Poundland, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Lidl, Morrisons, BHS, John Lewis, Hotel Chocolat, The Co op, Prezzybox, Carluccio, Dobbies and Wyevale Garden Centres16:20, 10 DEC 2015Updated11:30, 21 DEC 2015Make sure you get the best crackers this Christmas with our guide on prizes and value for money Get what’s on updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailChristmas crackers are a staple on many dinner tables during the festive season, and so you’re not let down by disappointing prizes, unfunny jokes or collapsing party hats, we’ve tried and tested a whole range of crackers to tell you which give you the most bang for your buck.We’ve snapped crackers from Aldi, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Lidl, Morrisons, John Lewis, Hotel Chocolat, Poundland, BHS, The Co op, Prezzybox, Carluccio, Dobbies and Wyevale Garden Centres.And because we’ve tested so many, we’ve put them down into four categories; and under, and under, and under and luxurious ones for and under.AND UNDER Poundland crackers, pack of six, (BEST VALUE)Sainsbury’s black and gold glitter crackers, pack of 6, The gold crackers pack a lot of glitter be warned, it will go everywhere while the black boast sparkling sequins to offer a festive touch. These are crackers that you will want to keep for the big turkey dinner. They look special, go with a bang and offer gifts ranging from a mini mirror to a silver coloured mini notebook.The jokes are a bit disappointing though and are more brainteasers than funny ha ha.
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Tipu Rahman and his wife, Bithi Begum, both from Bangladesh, put out respectable renditions of all of the above for lunch and dinner at their handsome 45 seater (with just as many seats on an outdoor patio), but the less conventional dishes are what distinguish this North Miami Beach spot from other vindaloo venues. You won’t, for instance, find the Bangladeshi appetizer of fried grouper fritters (mas bhora) on every menu, nor karahi specialties in which meat, poultry, or fish gets quick cooked in a woklike skillet heated by coals. Heelsha’s lamb karahi is one fired up stir fry: succulent pieces of meat melded with tomato, onion, green pepper, and garlic, then kicked up with cumin, coriander, and cardamom.