At the food and wine show we visited on Sunday we saw a stall which claimed to have wraps that didn’t split when rolled. I was intrigued because every kind of wrap I had ever used split if even slightly mishandled, sometimes even when treated with kid gloves. They demonstrated in front of us and showed a myriad of innovative ways to use a wrap and there was not a tear in sight. If we bought three packs – all different flavours – we got an instruction manual full of beautiful pictures to go with them, so buy them we did. Tonight I used the spinach wraps and pulled out everything I could find from the fridge. They all contained either salami, pastrami or pork – Dario buys sliced meats for lunches but never finishes any of them. They all also contained tomatoes, salad, feta or mozzarella, avocado, bean sprouts and a choice of chutney, pesto or mayonnaise. As you can see, our fridge was full of bits and pieces. Now it is much clearer and our tummies are full of all sorts of goodness. Oh, and the wraps didn’t split, not even a little bit.
For the New Zealand contingency, these are Farrah Wraps – well worth tracking down if you want to wrap your food up.