Good skills! Nothings to expensive when you produce the next yummy batch of Cornish Oggies, especially them with onionsVeem wrote: ↑Sun Mar 28, 2021 3:40 pmWe didn't check the mailbox yesterday but I did today. And guess what I found in there ......?whyme? wrote: ↑Sun Mar 21, 2021 10:43 amLooks like nearly 3 times the UK price plus carriage but when the call is " Oggie, Oggie, Oggie"
Just looked closer at Amazon FR site & it would appear that the sellers are UK companies.
If that's the case it'll be interesting to see if they'll now deliver here & if the fact it's a meat product will have any affect.
Keep us informed V.
Only 2 x 240g of Atora and 2 x 400g Bisto original gravy powder!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So now it's turned lovely and warm (verging on summery) and not in the least winter stew weather at all, I could, if I wanted, make loads of suet dumplings. Of course, a couple of days ago I discovered 2 packets of Bisto in my store cupboard too that I'd forgotten I had.
I'm still extremely pleased to take delivery of this little hoard. Just, please don't ask what they cost ........
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Wow. Well done you. I tried a couple of times to sew shortened hems on new jeans on my sewing machine, but it couldn't cope with triple thickness. What type of machine have you got? Even if I had one with the oomph to cope, I don't think I'd dare to tackle making jeans.