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Mrs Peeks Christmas puddings!!
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Claire Jones
Old 27-11-2006, 11:28 AM
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Exclamation Mrs Peeks Christmas puddings!!

Please help I am on a mission from my mother-in-law to get them some Mrs Peeks Christmas Pudding. I managed to find it last year in a local shop but as yet can't find it.

If anyone knows where I can get it from please let me know!!!
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Old 03-12-2006, 6:23 PM
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Can anyone help?
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Old 03-12-2006, 6:41 PM
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You can order it easily from the U.S., e.g.:
http://www.englishteastore.com/mrsperumbrch.html

However, its difficult to order in the U.K. especially in time for Xmas.

However, you have a small chance trying to source it on Ebay. Mrs Peeks Xmas Puds are also put into various hampers and you can either buy a hamper or see if a shop will just sell the pudding (unlikely unless its an Ebay seller).

Good luck.

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Hello Claire Jones

You might get more responses in the 'Christmas & Winter Festivities' board, so I'll move your thread across for you.

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Aldi had them last year, I think Tescos did aswell.
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I've checked Tesco, Aldi & Sainsburys today with no joy. I checked on Ebay and they doesn't seem to be any. I don't really want to order from the US as it'll cost a fortune and I don't even like it!

Since posting this I've found out Jacobs (as in crackers) used to make it but its now been bought out by another company called Inter Foods which are not making them until Spring next year so I might be out of luck! May check in Lidl tomorrow on my travels and see, fingers crossed.

Thanks to everyone for your help
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Old 03-12-2010, 5:04 PM
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Default Mrs Peeks Xmas puddings

I have just purchased two Mrs Peeks Xmas Puddings with the rest of my shopping on the Tesco website for £3 each as they are on offer. We only have Mrs Peeks puddings in our house!!
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i got one from Tesco on Tues, they were 1/2 price at £3.
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i got one from tescos, half price
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