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Quote: mikejee wrote in post #2I note that the report is from their "East of england correspondent". Presumably nothing is happening in the east of england, so she had to write something to fill in her slot
Never mind mike she can Write about the SNOW tomorrow
I have always bought 2.35 kilo bags (about a ton for us imperial peeps). They were always marked up as being the Bigger Better Value Bag and cost about £2.50 but were often on offer at £2 The smaller bag, about a kilo, made no such claim and was cheaper. Now the biggest bag they sell is 1.8 kilo, it claims to be a bigger bag and better value (an outright lie) and costs £3.30
I peel plenty of spuds Phil, then I roast them. The Homefries can be fried but are also good for putting in the oven, which is the way I use them. I don't know how to make oven chips from spuds, and I don't like the smell of a fryer.