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pogostick Posts: 4 Newbie
edited 2 February 2010 at 8:06PM in Old style MoneySaving

I think this is my first post - it must be, I have had so much trouble trying to find my password.

Found this and thought of you all. Found from the Edinburgh Vogues that my Cousin sends me.

Have looked at this website and cannot believe there is not as much info as I thought there would be - we cannot teach the Scottish about frugality can we?

Kind regards

Allison :money:



  • Queenie
    Queenie Posts: 8,793 Forumite
    This one has a two week menu plan (plus shopping list)
    PMS Pot: £57.53 Pigsback Pot: £23.00
  • boo81
    boo81 Posts: 654 Forumite
    This is a website being promoted in my workplace, it gives some great recipes and ideas about using things up in the kitchen. They advise on meal planning and things like best before dates. Very informative :T
  • danz0l
    danz0l Posts: 343 Forumite
    That potato, bacon and feta omelette looks fantastic :) I must try that :)

    Although i have to challenge the "everybody has left over potato in the house" idea. They've obviously never visited our house :)
    A male chef of 4. My restaurant is always full and i don't need to tout for business.
    OK OK
    I'm a house husband but it did sound better my way :beer:
  • AussieLass
    AussieLass Posts: 4,066
    Combo Breaker First Post
    Thanks for that. I've put it in my favourites and will look at it properly later. Had a quick peek and it looks good.
    Don't worry about the world coming to an end today. It's already tomorrow in Australia. ;)

  • boo81
    boo81 Posts: 654 Forumite
    sorry about the shameless bump, just checking people see this as its v v good. Im printing some tis and recipes out when I get home. Other OSers might like to contribute to the website........:confused:
  • squeaky
    squeaky Posts: 14,130
    First Post Combo Breaker
    All they need to post is a single link :)

    The Complete Cooking Collection
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  • beemuzed
    beemuzed Posts: 2,188
    Mortgage-free Glee!
    Definitely worth a look!
    Think twice before spending anything!
  • Thankyou, have added it to my favourites and will look at it later. I had a tea a bit like it this evening and it was lush.
  • It looks good. I have added it to my favourites.
    GC 2011 Feb £626.89/£450 NSD3/7 March £531.26/£450 April £495.99/£500 NSD 0/7 May £502.79/£500
    June £511.99/£480 July £311.56/£480
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