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Old Apr 25th 2011, 9:31 am
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Originally Posted by Poppy girl
Yep well you would be difficult

This is a brit food thread and you advertise Hershey
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Old Apr 25th 2011, 9:32 am
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Originally Posted by candy wy.
This is a brit food thread and you advertise Hershey
Ummm cough did I not say that woman in my post on MY thread
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Ummm cough did I not say that woman in my post on MY thread

Cheap way to bump your thread
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Originally Posted by candy wy.
Even if they were giving it away I would not eat hersheys
It smarts to agree with Candy WV. I did pop into Walmart today to grab some reduced Cadburys (Canada) Creme Eggs. Year to go before a fresh batch.
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Cheap way to bump your thread
LOL never thught of that but I guess its nice to make and effort sometimes.
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Target has/had 50% Easter items, a 4 pack of Cadburys Creme Eggs for 75c a pack.
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Cadburys Animal Crackers $1.49 reduced from $3.99
Cost Plus - World Market
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Trader Joe's is selling bottles of lassi
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Keep an eye out for Galaxy Milk Choclate!

Should look out for a store named British Emporium!
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We don't have any British food items here at all where I live. I order from http://www.goodwoods.com/

Having just come back from the UK nearly three weeks ago, I'm having withdrawls from scones, clotted cream and strawberry preserves! I don't like any of the clotted cream here in the US because it doesn't taste anything like proper clotted cream really. I have bought Mushy Peas from Amazon but were very expensive. They're only 40p at Tesco! I miss the sausages which I haven't found a decent equivalent of here anywhere. We love Marmite, so I bought the largest jar in Tesco when we were there and brought it back.
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Originally Posted by AmyM73
We don't have any British food items here at all where I live. I order from http://www.goodwoods.com/

Having just come back from the UK nearly three weeks ago, I'm having withdrawls from scones, clotted cream and strawberry preserves! I don't like any of the clotted cream here in the US because it doesn't taste anything like proper clotted cream really. I have bought Mushy Peas from Amazon but were very expensive. They're only 40p at Tesco! I miss the sausages which I haven't found a decent equivalent of here anywhere. We love Marmite, so I bought the largest jar in Tesco when we were there and brought it back.
Where are you now Amy your avatar profile says Texas soon to be Houston last time I looked Houston was in Texas lol
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Where are you now Amy your avatar profile says Texas soon to be Houston last time I looked Houston was in Texas lol
Longview, Texas is where I live but soon to be Houston (probably) depending on my husband's job. Not proudly saying Houston as I don't like large cities. My husband works in the oil field, so he has been offered a better position within the company he works and much better pay. He has a 3 hour interview next Tuesday. Actually, my profile on the left shows Longview, Texas but maybe it's only visible to myself? Hmmm...
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Longview, Texas is where I live but soon to be Houston (probably) depending on my husband's job. Not proudly saying Houston as I don't like large cities. My husband works in the oil field, so he has been offered a better position within the company he works and much better pay. He has a 3 hour interview next Tuesday. Actually, my profile on the left shows Longview, Texas but maybe it's only visible to myself? Hmmm...
It sure does say Long View my hiccup aplogises.

Do you not have a World Market/Cost Plus a Safeway or possibly a Whole Foods in your area!..some of those have British Aisle not all but some
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It sure does say Long View my hiccup aplogises.

Do you not have a World Market/Cost Plus a Safeway or possibly a Whole Foods in your area!..some of those have British Aisle not all but some
That is quite alright.

The closest World Market is an hour drive away, no Safeway and the closest Whole Foods is in Dallas, a 2 hour + drive away. All we have here is one Albertson's, 3 Walmart Supercenter's and a few local shops. None of which sell any British food items. I did bring back from our trip to England Galaxy, different varieties than Dove offer here, Marmite, Branston Pickle, Tesco Gold coffee, Kenco coffee, a few curry powders and not sure what else. That will save from having to order any of that soon. That's the only plus about possibly moving to Houston. The shop I order from is there as are several more British shops.
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That is quite alright.

The closest World Market is an hour drive away, no Safeway and the closest Whole Foods is in Dallas, a 2 hour + drive away. All we have here is one Albertson's, 3 Walmart Supercenter's and a few local shops. None of which sell any British food items. I did bring back from our trip to England Galaxy, different varieties than Dove offer here, Marmite, Branston Pickle, Tesco Gold coffee, Kenco coffee, a few curry powders and not sure what else. That will save from having to order any of that soon. That's the only plus about possibly moving to Houston. The shop I order from is there as are several more British shops.
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