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Tesco in Tring, Herts already have a prominent display of Easter Eggs.

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Easter is late April. For goodness sake. I know they have to catch sales, but come on folks! Valentine's Day first. Sell us lots of chocolates and stuff that make us romantic.

 

Burns night 25th. Haggis on sale anywhere?

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I ate haggis once, in Portsmouth. Well, I exaggerate, it was in Cosham, 3 miles closer to Scotland but still a long way. I rather liked it.

It was August when I ate it, was it out of season then?

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33 minutes ago, Peter X said:

I ate haggis once, in Portsmouth. Well, I exaggerate, it was in Cosham, 3 miles closer to Scotland but still a long way. I rather liked it.

It was August when I ate it, was it out of season then?

It must have been frozen. It’s only open season for haggis in December. 

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5 hours ago, WotEver said:

It must have been frozen. It’s only open season for haggis in December. 

Its always open.

5 hours ago, WotEver said:

It must have been frozen. It’s only open season for haggis in December. 

But at a Burns night, it is shot first!

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3 hours ago, mrsmelly said:

Haggis is yummy.

If it is a proper one. 

 

There are some really crap mass produced imitation ones about.

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I don't want to worry people, but there's only 354 days to Christmas, better get the food and drink on order!

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Because they run round and round hills and mountains they have one leg longer that the other. (So I'm told).

 

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1 hour ago, Kendorr said:

I don't want to worry people, but there's only 354 days to Christmas, better get the food and drink on order!

Quick,get the sprouts on!!!!😎😎

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18 hours ago, Nightwatch said:

Easter is late April. For goodness sake. I know they have to catch sales, but come on folks! Valentine's Day first. Sell us lots of chocolates and stuff that make us romantic.

 

Burns night 25th. Haggis on sale anywhere?

 

Of course.  Morrison's were firing on both barrels today - hot cross buns at the entrance, and haggis, tatties & neeps on the first aisle. And some remaindered Christmas chocolate rabbits (???).

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9 minutes ago, Mac of Cygnet said:

 

 And some remaindered Christmas chocolate rabbits.

Couldn't they just repackage them and sell them as Easter bunnies?

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2 minutes ago, Athy said:

Couldn't they just repackage them and sell them as Easter bunnies?

 

That's what I thought.  They look just the same - don't even have to repackage them - just move them over to the Easter shelf.  4 months nearer the sell-by date, though.

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4 minutes ago, Mac of Cygnet said:

 

That's what I thought.  They look just the same - don't even have to repackage them - just move them over to the Easter shelf.  4 months nearer the sell-by date, though.

Or, as The Sun would doubtless have it, "chomp-by date". I suppose Sun readers would "chomp" their Easter eggs. No finesse, y'know.

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1 hour ago, Ian F B said:

Quick,get the sprouts on!!!!😎😎

Too late! With only 354 days of boiling they could still be a bit al dente on Christmas day.

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1 minute ago, Jen-in-Wellies said:

Too late! With only 354 days of boiling they could still be a bit al dente on Christmas day.

My late Mum would have approved.

 

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19 hours ago, alan_fincher said:

Tesco in Tring, Herts already have a prominent display of Easter Eggs.

Same in Carmarthen west Wales

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5 minutes ago, Clodi said:

Same in Carmarthen west Wales

,,,and quite possibly around here, but they'd be last year's.

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3 hours ago, Nightwatch said:

Because they run round and round hills and mountains they have one leg longer that the other. (So I'm told).

 

The ones that run clockwise round the mountains have their left leg longer than the other. This has become the predominant sub species over the anti-clockwise ones. I think they both taste the same.

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6 hours ago, Nightwatch said:

Because they run round and round hills and mountains they have one leg longer that the other. (So I'm told).

 

I’ve heard the same so it must be true. 

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