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Old Apr 7th 2011, 1:32 pm
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I am interested in a Sarah and Andrew plate (for my wall )
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I am interested in a Sarah and Andrew plate (for my wall )
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Those commemorative plates and trinkets get too much I always laugh when I see the Charles and Diana wedding plate in antique shops in the US.
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Those commemorative plates and trinkets get too much I always laugh when I see the Charles and Diana wedding plate in antique shops in the US.
Yes,

For some strange reason my Mum used a Charles and Diana tray for YEARS ...I have no idea why ? the rest of her home is a sort of French Country look
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Walmart, if you can bear to go inside one, had cadbury's eggs, 5 for $2.50

Our local one is even more the village of the damned though because it's slowly being turned into a Superwalmart...so has even less open tills and goods, but just as many people wandering the isles...
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For anyone in central NJ/Philadelphia area, I found these two delightful places in Haddonfield, NJ

http://www.thebritishchipshop.com
http://theenglishgardenergiftshop.myshopify.com/

I just had a very authentic full English breakfast, hubby and daughter had delicious chippy stuff. I highly recommend the chip shop/cafe and the shop across the street.

The shop actually has so much more than on the website, just give them a call.

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Some good deals just released have a nose pricing is not too bad.

http://www.wisechoiceuk.com/scripts/...idCategory=110
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Kroger Vegetarian beans = baked beans! They are next to the BBQ beans, 66 cents each.
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I would be tempted in a case of Walkers crisps
Nooooo ukgoods.com $42 for a box of 48 even with shipping its not going to reach those prices!
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Kroger Vegetarian beans = baked beans! They are next to the BBQ beans, 66 cents each.
blimey, that's good going as the Campbells stuff is $1.35 a can around my way and the own brand veg beans in the local grocery store, which is pretty nasty in comparison is a buck.
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I get "proper" Heinz baked beans from Fresh n Easy stores, I think theyre $1.50 per can. It syas the food is product of the UK but distributed from Westake Village, CA. The beans still taste great.
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I get "proper" Heinz baked beans from Fresh n Easy stores, I think theyre $1.50 per can. It syas the food is product of the UK but distributed from Westake Village, CA. The beans still taste great.
Blimey, bargain...that's half the cost of a tin down my way...
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$3 for a tin of beans? Where is this? Oh I see, MA. Wow!
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