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16 Mar 2018, 8:21 am

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Anyone know where sells cherry turnovers?


No idea but I am going to attempt to make some using bread instead of pastry.

I want to experiment with brown bread as an alternative to pastry because I usually feel bad after eating pies.

I have a breville toastie maker somewhere in a cupboard - I think that would work.
Once a toastie maker is out of the cupboard, it's toastie everything :D

Let me know how that goes with the brown bread.


Failing that, if I have thrown it out, I will just use the grill.

How hard can it be?
If the cherry drips out onto the bars and then burns on, very hard indeed :D


Get these , they are awesome

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I have tried these a long time ago - I don't have that type of toaster anymore. Mine is a mini grill thingy.

Or I can use the oven but that seems a bit over the top.



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16 Mar 2018, 8:22 am

I'm back in full swing today. Yesterday was a bit of a bumpy road. 8)

All it took was this song and Mary's British Home to get me to this level.


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16 Mar 2018, 8:24 am

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In order.

Sainsbury's
Tesco's
Health Food Shop
Iceland
Aldi
Lidl (almost never)


Oh, so you are a Sainsburys shopper - I got fed up with their prices.

I think they are more popular than I first thought.

My mum likes Iceland - my freezer never has enough room to do a shop there.



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16 Mar 2018, 8:32 am

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I'm back in full swing today. Yesterday was a bit of a bumpy road. 8)

All it took was this song and Mary's British Home to get me to this level.



That brings back a few memories - I watched this regularly.

And I also woke up feeling the swing today - not sure why?



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16 Mar 2018, 1:12 pm

I remember watching this movie when I was 12. A family friend suggested to my mum that I watch The Long Distance Piano Player three years before I was told about my HFA/AS. Ray does a great job portraying a piano player with level 1 autism.


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16 Mar 2018, 2:13 pm

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I don't shop at Sainsburys Kraftie and they are not the most popular of supermarkets.

I tend to go to Aldi and Asda, or Tesco or Lidl.

Not sure where others tend to shop on here - perhaps some will comment?


Most often:

Waitrose
Whole Foods Market
Other health food stores

Less often:

Marks & Spencer
Sainsburys

I occiasionally shop in Lidl as they do very nice cinnamon buns and they're quite good for things like hand soap and tissues. If they have German red wine on the racks, even better!



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16 Mar 2018, 2:25 pm

Temeraire wrote:
I don't shop at Sainsburys Kraftie and they are not the most popular of supermarkets.

I tend to go to Aldi and Asda, or Tesco or Lidl.

Not sure where others tend to shop on here - perhaps some will comment?


Morrison's
Marks & Spencer

I've got plenty of other supermakets nearby like Aldi's,Lidl's,Iceland,Tesco etc but I've really just got into a routine by mostly going to the same two.


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16 Mar 2018, 2:30 pm

CockneyRebel wrote:
I'm back in full swing today. Yesterday was a bit of a bumpy road. 8)

All it took was this song and Mary's British Home to get me to this level.




Ha! in my new job, at the end of the day we use a big umbrella to switch off the heating switch because it's high up. I've been doing this with an avengers song and dance routine.



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16 Mar 2018, 3:40 pm

I mostly shop at Tesco because it's always been the nearest supermarket to me. But I sometimes shop in Sainsburys or the Co-op.


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16 Mar 2018, 3:51 pm

CockneyRebel wrote:
I'm back in full swing today. Yesterday was a bit of a bumpy road. 8)

All it took was this song and Mary's British Home to get me to this level.



This is just an observation , and I could be totally wrong but I get the feeling you seem conflicted about what country you like more ( Germany or Britain ) and think it has some relevance to UK members.
Just in case it helps , it makes no difference to me if you love Germany more , I am not offended and I doubt any other UK members would be.


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16 Mar 2018, 4:31 pm

Oh, that reminds me.

I don't mind a bit of Morrisons now and again.

In face I might do an online shop next week as the same old Asda is getting boring.



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17 Mar 2018, 4:26 am

Always used to shop in Morrisons but fell out with them a few years ago and haven't been back since! Always go in Sainsburys now because they have a lot of things labelled as vegan (even if their prices are too high).


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17 Mar 2018, 7:16 am

I have changed my mind about an online shop with Morrisons.

They withhold a lot of their more economical products forcing people to buy more expensive alternatives.

They also have a higher minimum shop than most other supermarkets.

Back to good old Asda then. I have no complaints with them. :)



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17 Mar 2018, 7:26 am

This is everything I know about England. They make every Australian schoolkid watch this documentary at least once:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-4qYRRS3Xw&t=5