How many mince pies have you had today ?

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How many mince pies have you had today ?

Post by claire fifi » 17 Dec 2006, 20:28

I cannot believe it, I have managed to resist and have not had a single pie today... but there are still several hours to go before bed time, and there's a whole packet of them UNOPENED, And a pot of cream.....

AARGH....
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Post by claire fifi » 18 Dec 2006, 17:56

So, I had one last night and one at lunch today.

There's still time for another one today - trouble is, everyone else keeps eating them too :cry: Only 1 left in the packet ... better hide it !
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Post by Susie » 18 Dec 2006, 19:01

My name is Claire and I'm a mince pie addict! :lol: :lol:

Only 2 so far for me - Tesco Finest shortcrust pastry. Delic.

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Post by GUNNER » 18 Dec 2006, 19:21

and Claire i have only had the three that you brought round the other day, early days yet :wink:

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Post by donz » 18 Dec 2006, 19:49

can't stand the flippin' things.
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Post by GUNNER » 18 Dec 2006, 20:00

ooohhh they are lovely warm with tons of cream Image
So Donz am i right to assume you don't like xmas pudding either :?:

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Post by donz » 18 Dec 2006, 20:01

absolutely spot on :? I do like brandy creme tho :wink:
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Post by GUNNER » 18 Dec 2006, 20:06

I am the only one that eats xmas pud, the others tuck into a chocolate cake and believe it or not that makes me really ill Image
What do you have instead :?:

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Post by donz » 18 Dec 2006, 20:14

oooh xmas logs (the choc kind not poo kind!) or Vienetta is a fave especially the new fruity biscuit one
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Post by claire fifi » 18 Dec 2006, 22:25

Yuk - I agree Annette, only Xmas pud will do (or a few dozen mince pies). The thought of a "log" (choc or otherwise :shock: ) makes me feel ill. I love chocolate, but really rich choc cake is tooo much. Don't stop me getting fat tho!

My bro popped in at lunch time - he ate 2 of my mince pies :cry: I have no more - But, as I don't feel up to cooking, and neither does Steve, we are having Tesco Frozen Rhubarb crumble for dinner.... :oops:
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Post by GUNNER » 19 Dec 2006, 09:26

ooohh i love that with tesco's finest custard yummy :D
Although i can't eat choccy cake i can devour the finest range profiteroles, now that is heaven :!:

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Post by Larlie » 19 Dec 2006, 10:42

Never used to like mince pies, but find them rather yummy now.I have mince pies and custard for pudding on xmas day, can't stand xmas pud, love the smell of it though.

I think a few doodle meets need to be arranged for early in the new year to walk off the mince pies!! :D :D :D

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Post by doodlemad » 19 Dec 2006, 11:55

mince pies mmmmmmmmmmmm. Can't get enough of them these days. I start getting shakes if I haven't had one by 11. Was just thinking about making another batch. mmmmmmmmm.

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Post by GUNNER » 19 Dec 2006, 13:46

Now there is a thought never thought of making them, better update my tesco list...... bit far for you Lucy but Claire d'ya want some freshly cooked hot steaming fruity mince pies :?: :?:

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Post by claire fifi » 19 Dec 2006, 13:47

Hust back from the madness that is Tesco ... Have now got 12 of their Finest mince pies :D - also succumbed to other stuff tooo bad to mention :oops:
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