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foods you have discovered?

Old Aug 3rd 2007, 10:22 am
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Originally Posted by steandleigh View Post
Today I bought:

1 whole cauliflower
2 whole Broccoli
Bag of Brussels sprouts
Bag of Green beans
2 avacados
Bag of Carrots
Bag of Spanish onions
4 Swedes
Bunch of fresh beetroot
2 large parsnips
Bag of kipfler spuds
Bag of mushrooms
Bunch of Asparagus
4 large leeks
Bunch of rosemary
Bunch of Parsley
1 Paw Paw
Huge bunch of Lady fingers (16 on bunch)
1 mango
4 Granny smiths
Bag of tangerines
2 lemons
12 JUMBO sized happy eggs

Cost me $40 for the lot (Hmm, that must be around 16 quid). Bargain and fresh as.

So, fresh and quality produce has got to be the best thing for me.
What on earth is a happy egg?
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Old Aug 3rd 2007, 11:40 am
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Originally Posted by terriefarrell View Post
What on earth is a happy egg?
Local Japanese farmer raises hens to lay "Happy eggs" - free range. Lots of pecking, grazing, hen-ning around Makes good eggs!
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Old Aug 3rd 2007, 12:07 pm
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ok so they're free range...but japanese!
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Old Aug 3rd 2007, 2:36 pm
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Originally Posted by themerlin View Post
They Bundaberg Ginger Beer in the UK as well.
Just been in waitrose and spotted it so bought some, sat in the fridge now so will have a tasty tonight, also same brand of root beer and lemon and lime bitters, may try the other two!
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