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waxwabbit Nov 9th 2003 10:16 am

Libby's Pumpkin Pie Filling
 
Hiya

Does anyone know where you can buy Libby's Pumpkin Pie filling here in the UK?!

Ive tried searching for it online, and most places are either out of stock, or your order has to be over £30!!!!

Thank you

AmerLisa Nov 9th 2003 10:58 am

Re: Libby's Pumpkin Pie Filling
 

Originally posted by waxwabbit
Hiya

Does anyone know where you can buy Libby's Pumpkin Pie filling here in the UK?!

Ive tried searching for it online, and most places are either out of stock, or your order has to be over £30!!!!

Thank you
They used to have it at Sainsburys, but that little source dried up quick enough. Have you tried all of the expat food sites? If push comes to shove, buy a pumpkin, boil or roast it and add some spices (I'm sure I can find a recipe someplace) and bingo bango, pumpkin pie filling. Its a pain, but if you're really wanting some pumpkin, probably nothing better (or cheaper) than fresh. Good luck.

BrigieDarling Nov 9th 2003 3:45 pm

Re: Libby's Pumpkin Pie Filling
 

Originally posted by waxwabbit
Hiya

Does anyone know where you can buy Libby's Pumpkin Pie filling here in the UK?!

Ive tried searching for it online, and most places are either out of stock, or your order has to be over £30!!!!

Thank you

What would it cost to mail it. Find that out and I'll send you a can!

NC Penguin Nov 10th 2003 1:33 pm

I recall seeing the product in Waitrose or Sainsburys. In the case of Sainsburys, I think it'll be the bigger branches that sell this.

Couldn't you make the filling from the actual fruit? Don't get one of the pumpkins that's used for Halloween (they have no taste), but instead buy an eating (called a pie pumpkin in the US) pumpkin.





NC Penguin

mrsm Nov 10th 2003 7:00 pm

Re: Libby's Pumpkin Pie Filling
 

Originally posted by BrigieDarling
What would it cost to mail it. Find that out and I'll send you a can!
I was in Pathmark today and saw it was on sale for 99 cents for a large can and I remembered somebody here was looking for it. I thought the same thing, Waxwabbit we could send you some :)

:eek: International mail (29oz Can) without the packing etc.
$13.30 Airmail
$ 6.30 Surface

foo fighter Nov 10th 2003 7:31 pm

Re: Libby's Pumpkin Pie Filling
 
You can buy it at some branches of Waitrose. Also, if you live in London or the South East of England, you can buy USDA beef and American food products at www.johnwells.co.uk
They don't charge for delivery over £20 and the have the greatest fresh Thanksgiving turkeys and home-made Pumpkin and Pecan Pies! Their Texas BBQ is fantastic! I hope this helps! If you call and ask, they are very friendly and will try to get you whatever US products you have trouble finding too! I hope this helps!

dudleydowg Nov 10th 2003 9:43 pm

If you go to americanexpats.com there is a link to a US products supplier and you can buy it online, its not cheap but the delivery is a couple of days. Personally I can't stand pumpkin pie but my wife who is a USC loves it and when she buys sweet ready made pie crusts from Tesco she reckons its no different to what she was used to in the states:)

dudleydowg Nov 10th 2003 9:45 pm

I forgot to add if anyone is interested Tesco also do bisquik

waxwabbit Nov 11th 2003 9:26 am

Thanks guys

It was actually Mrs Wabbit who posted this, and now Ive bought her some pumpkin pie mix and york choc peppermint patties online.

Its cheered her right up!

Lee

BrigieDarling Nov 11th 2003 4:43 pm

I'm drooling waiting for my 5 boxes of Ready Brek from Expat Corner I just love the stuff and always have!

I wish it still came in chocolate though! :D

I got a couple of boxes of assorted sweeties too!


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