Brida Supermarket 42/2021

Our special offers for this week.

Everyday Essentials

12 skinless pork sausages
320 g €1.50
Frozen Pizzas
various toppings €2.99
Breakfast cereal variety pack
200 g €1.15
Crunch peanut butter
450 g €2.25
Cider vinegar & sea salt crisps
150 g €1.50
CinemaSweet Popcorn
100 g €1.00
Plaque protection toothpaste
125 ml €2.00
Big bag grated cheese
300g €2.75
Multi-purpose cleaner spray
700 ml €1.50
Tomato Ketchup
650 g €2.00
Anti-bacterial all-purpose wipes
120 per pack €1.70
Buttery spread
500g €1.30
Orange Juice, smooth
1 l €1.55
Biodegradable teabags
240 bags €3.50
75 cl €9.99
Offers while stocks last. Valid from Oct 18. to Oct. 23, 2021

Turkey breast strips in sweet-spicy mango cream sauce with rice.

Text read by Mary Peters


  • 600 g turkey breast, fresh
  • 2 mangoes, ripe
  • 400 ml chicken stock, 
  • 200 g cream
  • a little sugar
  • ground chilli (to taste)
  • Lemon grass, ground
  • 1 tsp. Curry powder
  • salt and pepper, black
  • 250 g basmati rice
  • 1 onion
  • Olive oil
  • Soy sauce, dark


Prepare the rice as usual. Peel the mangoes and cut them into pieces. Chop about ¾ of the flesh with a hand blender. The other ¼ will be caramelised later in the pan. Cut the onion into small cubes.

Bring the chicken stock to a boil and add the mango purée and onions. Season with chilli, curry, 2 tbsp sugar, pepper, salt and lemongrass. Let it boil down a little, and then add the cream. Let it boil down again briefly and season again.

Put some water and sugar in a pot or pan and bring to a boil. When the sugar is slightly brown, add the mango cubes and caramelise lightly. Then add the mango cubes to the sauce and let them steep briefly. The fruit should retain some bite.

Wash and dry the turkey breast and cut into strips. Fry the turkey breast strips in a little olive oil. Add a little soy sauce at the end. 

General Manager

Text read by Mary Peters

Brida Mobility serves the disabled community with wheelchair accessible minivans, full-size vans with lifts, and commercial fleet vehicles. Individuals and business clients benefit from the products and services we provide.

 Our mission is to provide wheelchair users with the mobility, independence, and personal freedom they desire.

 Benefits & Perks of working at Brida Mobility:

  • Competitive Salary + Bonus.
  • Flexible Spending Account options.
  • Employee Wellness Program.
  • Future advancement opportunities.
  • A rewarding experience in a team-centred environment.

Brida Mobility is seeking an outgoing and energetic General Manager to run and operate our Brida location. We are looking for a computer-savvy person and who knows how to provide the best-in-class service to our community of wheelchair users.

No day is ever the same. Your hard work and dedication will create a rewarding career where you can go home and feel satisfied at the end of the day, knowing you made a difference in someone’s life.

You will hone in on your customer service and management skills while also focusing on the financials of the location. As the leader and ambassador for the store, you will drive sales by building relationships while holding your team accountable from Sales to Service. Your impeccable ability to network in the community will bring success and provide more clients with the services needed as you continuously build lasting connections.

Experience and skills in managing others through a sales process and spirited nature are what we are looking for in our next amazing hire!

Eggs in the Fridge

Text read by Mary Peters

Why you should never store eggs in the fridge door

Do you like to use the handy egg rack in your fridge door for your eggs? We reveal why experts say this is not a good idea at all.

Above all, those who love order appreciate the practical compartments in the fridge: the drawer for vegetables, the compartment for meat, the shelves on the side for sauces, juices and milk – and the perfectly prefabricated holder for raw eggs. Everything looks nice and tidy and is where it belongs.

This is why you should never store eggs in the fridge door.

In fact, according to experts, it is anything but advisable to sort freshly bought eggs into the little pre-made shelf in the fridge door. In fact, it is said to be one of the worst places to store eggs. Why?

The door area is the warmest place in the fridge – which is why it should be used primarily for storing cans and tinned food, which are less sensitive.  It is also the area that is cooled most unevenly. Therefore, it is advisable to put only foodstuffs in the refrigerator door that are either very insensitive or are consumed quickly. This is because cooling interruptions and an unreliable cooling temperature often occur here.

Raw eggs stay fresh for longer in the middle of the fridge. Although raw eggs are less sensitive than fresh meat, they need more careful refrigeration than tinned food and the like to avoid losing quality. After all, nobody wants rotten eggs! The ideal place to keep raw eggs fresh for several weeks is in the middle of the fridge.