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sistercas wrote: »
they sound lovely, any chance of posting a recipe please
karenccs67 wrote: »
Did you put the vinegar in the rinse aid bit and how much lime peel did you use? I'd love to try it.
Pauper1 wrote: »
Ahh I came across this one today, and was very tempted.. but put off by the hard work!!
I think I may go re-visit, and does anyone know if there is a meal-planning type thread in the OS section?
Personally, HustonKW, I think Asda sounds like a great day out! Food, cafe, clothes, homeware... I was so excited when we had a new one open near work, we were told it would be two stories high! Then I went to visit on opening day, and they'd cheated and just put the cafe on a verandah type thing above part of the clothes section. I was gutted. oh dear, how sad am I!
Molly41 wrote: »
Hope you dont mind me joining in. I have been lurking for a long time! I have four huge adolesents at home and husband as well as me - 2 doggies and 2 guineas. How much do you think you should spend per person? Not exact figures but just an idea or opinion would be much appreciated.
As regards Costco - We have been members since Sept 08 and recouped our money within a few months. They also sell a lot of other stuff. we just bought a new kettle from C which cost 29.99. In John Lewis it was 54.99. I also bought a duvet set fro my son at C costing 19.99 which I had seen in football mag for 60 quid!!! So it is good value. I just have to be ressussitated (SP) after paying but then do have to remember to spread it over the month.
Baileys_Babe wrote: »
DP is also like this, he seems to always be eating at the moment, I don't know what to offer him that is cheap and not going to increase his expanding waistline any further.
cw18 wrote: »
As long as you have the money in the bank to allow bulk buying of things, then do so to make full use of the offers - and split the cost over however many weeks/months the item will last.
The iced Danish Pasties are to die for -- just a shame they only come in trays of 12, as a full tray (kept hidden so no-one else knows I have it) never lasts more than 36 hours in this house :eek: (Would love to be able to buy just a couple)
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