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    Quote Originally Posted by Hairnet600 View Post
    what flip said savoury ones are ace

    high lane that was on rick steins programme are good rode there from here just to try them....
    High lane are mass produced shite, not even hand poured. I went there and the microwaved the fillings!!!

    Treat yourself to oatcake Annie's fella, handmade and fillings cooked on the hot plate, mmmmm yummy.

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    Mmmmmmmmmmmm Oatcakes. Down to my last 2 doz in the freezer from Castle Oatcakes. . Bacon and melted cheese filling does it for me.
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    Bugger the oatcakes, what about the scratchings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbug View Post
    Bugger the oatcakes, what about the scratchings?

    I'll see if I can find some real, local ones
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    Cider is ordered..
    2x20 liter boxes of Autumn mix, not the weak stuff Sid had
    Anybody else want any "personal" giz a shout, 10 or 20 liter boxes are recommended...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill-H View Post
    I'll see if I can find some real, local ones
    Bill, how many oatcakes do I need to grab?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipfly View Post
    Bill, how many oatcakes do I need to grab?
    How long is a piece of string Flip? 31, any advance on 31? are we talking one each?
    I've bought 32 rashers of bacon today, will it be one rasher (+grated cheese) per oatcake?
    as posted above, microwave and frypan will be on site.
    There will be other brekkie stuff available, bread for toast butter and jams, cereals and instant porridge
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Cider is ordered..
    2x20 liter boxes of Autumn mix, not the weak stuff Sid had
    Anybody else want any "personal" giz a shout, 10 or 20 liter boxes are recommended...
    Transported to STD for your convenience
    there's sure going to be a lot of booze sloshing around this year, no-one can go home until it's all gone !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill-H View Post
    there's sure going to be a lot of booze sloshing around this year, no-one can go home until it's all gone !
    Going on last year we really should have booked the week off !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by diddy46 View Post
    Going on last year we really should have booked the week off !!!
    Last year was just a to give you a taste for this year

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    Thanks to Flip for fetching the oatcakes and fruity pikelets.

    I apologise for putting jam on my oatcake.

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    LOL at 650 riding yoksher mans missus putting nutella on hers and even flip going wtf

    even out the packet they were delish (cue people going wtf again )

    thanks flip

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