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gdyr1945 wrote: »
I love these boards; I always go away feeling happier and more able to 'do things'. Boy do I wish I'd found this site years ago.
I think, as well as the 'thank you' 'quote' etc bits at the bottom of each post we should have a 'sending you lots of hugs and kisses' to all those fantastic board organisers and for when the rest of us feeling a bit low.
XSpender wrote: »
:question:Can anyone advise me if it is Lidl that do the cheap bread flour? Do they stock this all the time or is it just on offer now and again?:question:
I seem to remember it getting positive comments on here in previous months but I may be getting mixed up. Mr T have H0vis white at 2 for £2.00 ut I need w/meal too:)
russetred wrote: »
Hi guys, I was in our local corner shop today and spotted loads of price reductions eg honey cheerios 375g box for 60p, ovaltine jar for 97p, tins of veg, UHT milk 20p and lots of nappies and baby stuff. I was talking to the assistant and she said there's going to be a change in a lot of their lines so they're flogging off the old stock really cheap. This may just be a scottish chain but worth checking if you have a McColls in your area.
Loving all the craic on here and the new recipes esp the "how not to make marmalade", priceless mothership!
Quick recipe from me for using up fridge leftovers.
Gammon and Leek crumble.
Cut L/O gammon into strips and add to 2 leeks sauted in a knob of butter.
Make white sauce with 1TBSP of plain flour, 1oz of butter and 3/4 pint of milk. When thick add 1/4 carton L/O double cream and a heaped TSP of whole grain mustard. Mix with gammon and leek and pour into oven proof dish. Whizz stale bread till breadcrumbs and grate about 4 oz cheese. Mix together and stir in a good pinch of dried thyme. Spread over the top of the gammon and bake for 30mins at 180.
rosieben wrote: »
you don't need a food processor, just chopping the veg up quite small would do, the food processor is needed if you are trying to sneak extra veg into kids without them knowing
XSpender wrote: »
Thanks for the info on Lidl and A$da bread flour. I have both stores close by so I will have a look in both on Friday.
HappyCrafter wrote: »
I am going up to our caravan this weekend to check it over from winter - not looking forward to it tbh.
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