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NickJW wrote: »
Welcome back Hippiechiq! :j
That Sticky Toffee Pudding linky doesn't work :-(
Searched through for the receipt to get the tuna refund, but it's pretty bad, and you can't see whats written on it fully
I doubt I will be able to get my money back? Unless they can check via my clubcard? If I go in, and they don't accept I'll just leave the tuna there because I don't have any cats who will want it! :rotfl: Has anyone else tried to return to Mr T without a receipt before?
slbhill wrote: »
I tried to buy marzipan but they only had the ready rolled stuff at around £2.50 :eek: which is ludicrous, even with the 3 for 2 offer. Can anyone recommend where is usually cheapest (or even just reasonable) for a block of bog-standard marzipan?
de1amo wrote: »
i just did some shopping for the first time in a long time--i went to a normal supermarket and bought 450g of nestle fruit museli and 500g of special k with fruit--cost me 6 pounds--does that sound right for the same in the uk??---i also bought a large white 'split' from the bakers and it was 0,65p--i am trying to see if my wife is shopping in the wrong places and how prices compare to the uk to see how my budget should be levelled!!
mum2b wrote: »
:wall:Having a bad week here, have had to pop to the shops twice extra this week for additional pain relief for DF spent all day yesterday carting him between 2 hospitals, doctors and chemist and we ran out of paracetamol AGAIN last night :mad: he has a blood clot and a terrible flu/fever with it - not sure whether they are connected.
NickJW wrote: »
Hippiechiq - I'm going to try and return the tuna tomorrow sans reciept...I've never done anything like this before, but if I don't get the money back I'll just have to write it off. I'm not going to have any sort of tuna for a long time now I don't think...I'll get ham or cheese for next week instead!
The Pork Stroganoff I had last night was very nice! Very easy as well, but maybe I shouldn't make it a regular considering the amount of double cream it uses! Pork Stroganoff
I changed it slightly by thinly slicing 2 pork lion steaks, and frying 250g of chestnut mushrooms. Served with rice, it was enough for 2 (or maybe 3). With green beans/other veg as well it could easily serve 4.
I've never ate Stroganoff before - I've led a sheltered life! :rotfl:
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