Discussion in 'Geek Food' started by water_ling, Jan 7, 2009.
I was interested in whether Woolies sold them cheaper than wholesalers. My butcher gets them in for $6.95. The chew and spew in the shopping centre sells them for $1.50 cooked
Appreciated but nah, not the ones, those are just large small ones. Anything else is just a lie. The ones I'm talking about were sort of pear shaped for better want of a description. The corners all came to a top point and didn't have the open end.
Not sure if the supermarkets are doing these any more but I used to love those frozen yiros.....used to top them up with my own salads and they would make an awesome meal. Haven't had one for years now : (
Been a few years now but still not happy about the Mountain Dew change, was in the states a few weeks ago and it's great to have the caffeine free option. Just wish we still had it here, anyone know if any retailers sell it?
Nope. I have not bought a single one since they released that energised crap. I do miss it too, but fuck, there's enough caffeine in every damn thing these days.
Last I saw that usa foods had some in, it was practically as much in shipping as buying the product. Fuck it.
Watch Cleetus and get an urge for some bartle skeet, look at store shelf..... ..... ffffffffffffffff uck.
Some independent grocers get it in still.
There's actually a really good shop in Canberra that specialises in American food like that. But they charge $22 for a 12 pack of cans :S
Not too bad considering that's less than $2 a can. usa foods had it at $1.69 / can for 12 then add another $14 shipping. I'd totally snatch that $22 option up if I walked into a shop and they had that.
Maggie 2 minute noodles, Curry. Can't believe they've killed them off, used to absolutely love them.
Throw some curry powder in some beef noodles see how it tastes.
Darrell lea coconut rough gone from woolies here, they transitioned a lot of their stuff over into those stupid balls.
errrrr yeah I don't think that's gonna be the same : (
Might be better Only noodles I could stand were indomie's mi goreng
McDonalds caramel thickshakes. I swear I had a couple last year.
Mi Goreng are an excellent substitute tbh, but I want my maggie curry noodles back