The Sheffield Pork Sandwich Tour: Deli West
2 June 2023 | 12:00 pm

We’re back baby and we’re on Sheffield’s premier party street - West Street. Turns out once you’re this far up West Street it’s called Glossop Road.

Deli West is not where you go to party, rather where the local office workers and University staff go for a reasonably cheap and cheerful sandwich.

Of course, they do pork sandwiches.

Deli West

The elements here are medium-thin cut pork, gravy, stuffing, apple sauce and crackling. Here you see I ordered a granary roll which is possibly heresy, I can only ask for forgiveness from the pork sandwich board.

Deli West pork sandwich

The texture wasn’t quite there, particularly with the crackling, but in terms of flavour the stuffing apple and gravy pulled together to make a really nice sandwich.

Not the best, not the worst, and very reasonable at the price.

Price: £3.80
Address: 282 Glossop Road, Sheffield S10 2HS

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27 May 2023 | 8:00 pm

Tomorrow the sun will rise. All our enemies will be gone. Wiped away as if by the hand of God.

A network of satellites created to protect the Earth start attacking Earth instead. Only space engineer Gerard Butler can save the day.

After yesterday’s film Plane turned out to be not completely terrible I thought perhaps it might be worth giving some other Gerard Butler films a chance. It was a waste of time, Geostorm has no redeeming features.

It’s a convoluted mess of a film, to the extent where I’m not sure I can confidently explain what happened. Ed Harris wants to become president of the USA by destroying the entire world? What is he going to preside over when there’s naff all left?

Also, why do they all have guns on the International Space Station?

Anyway who cares at this point, if you’re going to watch Geostorm you’re going to watch Geostorm and who am I to stop you?

26 May 2023 | 8:00 pm

If you have New Year's Eve Plans, I just canceled them.

A plane crash lands on a remote island in the southern Philippines overrun by terrorists and criminals. The pilot (Gerard Butler) has to fight to try and keep the passengers and crew alive.

It’s faint praise to say that “this could have been much worse and ended up being OK” but for Gerard Butler movies these days praise can be hard to come by.

Perhaps it’s a paint-by-numbers plot but it largely succeeds delivering on its promise of b-movie thrills with some entertaining action sequences and some tense survival thriller elements.

It’s short, it’s lean and Gerard Butler plays a Scottish person - what more can you ask for?

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