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Old Oct 27th 2010, 8:53 pm
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Originally Posted by Jerseygirl
When we were in Montreal a few months ago I bought bags of Aero balls. They were like Maltesers but all Aero chocolate and the bags were bigger...much bigger ...they were fab. If I see some more I'll send you some.

Why are you all torturing me.










(ok....let me know when you find them)
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Old Oct 27th 2010, 8:56 pm
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Originally Posted by Sugarmooma
Why are you all torturing me.










(ok....let me know when you find them)
I really liked the Aero mini Easter eggs I found in the UK last March. They were the size of a Cadbury's Creme Egg. Yes they were really nice.
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I really liked the Aero mini Easter eggs I found in the UK last March. They were the size of a Cadbury's Creme Egg. Yes they were really nice.

la la la la....I can't HEAR you
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Old Oct 27th 2010, 10:19 pm
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Originally Posted by Sue
I know that quite a few of the supermarkets in Florida, for example around Orlando, have a British section, but I've never seen that here in Charlotte, NC. World Market have some British goodies such as chocolate and biscuits, but not much else. Imagine my surprise when I popped into a Harris Teeter on my way back from college and came across a British section on the shelves. Needless to say I just couldn't walk past

For anyone who lives in Charlotte its the Harris Teeter, just off Johnston Road. The address is 15007 John Delaney Dr

$4.39 is good for HP! I've seen it on www.ukgoods.com but they require a $20 minimum order and shipping is $10-12.

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Old Oct 27th 2010, 11:32 pm
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World Markets has Jacobs Cream Crackers in at last, been waiting for weeks and only $2.19 thats not so bad.
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If anyone fancies Christmas pudding or a proper Christmas cake this year, amazon.com now has goods from Walkers Shortbread as part of their free super saver shipping (if you buy $25) deal. They're not cheap but mostly cheaper than World Markets ($11 for the Christmas pud compared to $15+tax).
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Nob Hill, today Oxo cubes, REAL vinegar(whatever its called) choccie biccies and Paxo stuffing, yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
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Vegetarian Bisto.

Our Local Fresh and Easy has Bisto Beef Gravy granules when I was in a couple of weeks ago, also has British brand back bacon, Heinz Beans, and Patak's curry sauces
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Originally Posted by Sue
I know that quite a few of the supermarkets in Florida, for example around Orlando, have a British section, but I've never seen that here in Charlotte, NC. World Market have some British goodies such as chocolate and biscuits, but not much else. Imagine my surprise when I popped into a Harris Teeter on my way back from college and came across a British section on the shelves. Needless to say I just couldn't walk past

For anyone who lives in Charlotte its the Harris Teeter, just off Johnston Road. The address is 15007 John Delaney Dr
Not bad prices, especially for the Robinsons....meh

Anyway - http://www.balsonbutchers.com/index.html

Good sausages and bacon apparently....friend from around the corner at the old place got some and said they were worth checking out....didn't offer me any though
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Originally Posted by traceym
Nob Hill, today Oxo cubes, REAL vinegar(whatever its called) choccie biccies and Paxo stuffing, yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
I have found Baked Bean Heinz and Robinsons Barley in some RALEYS stores to which nob hill is part of the chain
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Forgot to add, I found a single bottle of HP in an old style country store, it was a year out of date but only $2. Tasted the same, and I am still alive lol.
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Originally Posted by Poppy girl
I have found Baked Bean Heinz and Robinsons Barley in some RALEYS stores to which nob hill is part of the chain
Oh and the local Indan supermarkets around here stock Vimto, its in a white and yellow can, but it really really is Vimto
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Oh and the local Indan supermarkets around here stock Vimto, its in a white and yellow can, but it really really is Vimto
Have you seen Irn Bru anywhere!
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Have you seen Irn Bru anywhere!
Brit store Campbell Ave, Campbell, has it sometimes, for a price!!!!!!!!
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Brit store Campbell Ave, Campbell, has it sometimes, for a price!!!!!!!!
Its does WOO HOO you mean the little store with the union jack on the roof or window its next to a Raleys right!!
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