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14 hours ago, yekker said:

Save on .. But i know thriftys sells them also.

I would advise you to buy as many as you can still find (and store). These things are going to be the lightbulbs of the future.

 

 

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25 minutes ago, IDEM said:

I would advise you to buy as many as you can still find (and store). These things are going to be the lightbulbs of the future.

 

 

Both of the stores i mentioned have them on sale. I wonder if they are trying to get rid of stock.

 

Anyone try their pizzas yet ?  hope I'm not the only one.

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50 minutes ago, yekker said:

Both of the stores i mentioned have them on sale. I wonder if they are trying to get rid of stock.

 

Anyone try their pizzas yet ?  hope I'm not the only one.

I think I've tried the autechre brand but not the chocolate one... I think they sell them in LIDL... don't remember if they're good or not but if I had to guess I would say they're as good as any other frozen pizzas... That's frozen right?

I like fresh water with chocolate mousse so I guess a glass of fresh water would be a nice partner with that pizza... 

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7 hours ago, yekker said:

Both of the stores i mentioned have them on sale. I wonder if they are trying to get rid of stock.

 

Anyone try their pizzas yet ?  hope I'm not the only one.

Everywhere I checked was either not stocked or sold out.  Tons of other Dr. Autechres, but not the one that mattered.  I will keep looking and hopefully try one tomorrow.

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md.Øtker tossed that concept many moons ago. .ca might be the last chance to see a cioccolato in the wild.

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4 hours ago, iococoi said:

md.Øtker tossed that concept many moons ago. .ca might be the last chance to see a cioccolato in the wild.

Yeah, that's what I've been saying all along. (Besides being a tremendous pizza artisan, Dr. Pankratius M. Oetker happens to be my family physician, so I got it straight from the horse's mouth.) Get those bad boys now or miss out on that chocolatey goodness forever!

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12 minutes ago, drillkicker said:

I don't even know where/if I could get that brand here in America

Oh yeah, you definitely can. I see commercials for it a couple times a day (American channels like CW etc).

I mean, you can but I prob wouldn't recommend it lol.

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Just now, Hugh Mughnus said:

Oh yeah, you definitely can. I see commercials for it a couple times a day (American channels like CW etc).

I mean, you can but I prob wouldn't recommend it lol.

I've checked all my regular stores and haven't seen it at any of them.

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2 minutes ago, drillkicker said:

I've checked all my regular stores and haven't seen it at any of them.

Maybe your community just has good taste so they don't stock it lol. :emotawesomepm9:

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4 hours ago, Richie Sombrero said:

Is Dr Oetker even a real doctor like me or Dublin's Dr Kebab? download.png.404fe7c394ba0b4db08984216d174426.png

                                                                               That pic made me laugh & laugh for some reason, Thanks Richie Sombrero:)

                                                                                            The restaurant Zaytoon looks pretty tasty, hadn't heard of it before.

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13 hours ago, diatoms said:

                                                                               That pic made me laugh & laugh for some reason, Thanks Richie Sombrero:)

                                                                                            The restaurant Zaytoon looks pretty tasty, hadn't heard of it before.

 

It's class, pretty expensive now but standard for Dublin. Serve kebabs in proper naan.

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I’d have a go at one of these but......but.........no. Look at it, 

Reminds me of Nigella L’s meatzza as an atrocity against food

 

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3 hours ago, Richie Sombrero said:

 

It's class, pretty expensive now but standard for Dublin. Serve kebabs in proper naan.

Kebabs in naan wtf

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