Discussion in 'Geek Food' started by ddk, Apr 8, 2012.
Anyone used the aldi pizza oven (wood version)?
I was so tempted to get one the other day...
discovered the Aldi Roti the other day, definite
Is that the 6-small-pizzas one? They had one with a ceramic lid and I think metal base, Dad requested it for Xmas one year, seemed to work pretty well when we used it.
No, it's a full on wood fired pizza oven, like what you'd get from bunnings (steel not concrete though).
Woodfire Pizza Oven - ALDI Australia
Our local ALDI has stopped selling the Mint Moser Roth Chocolate.
Has this been removed from other ALDI shelves as well? Even the tickets on the shelves no longer have Mint
AU website doesn't even have it on their website, but use the photo at the top! https://www.aldi.com.au/en/groceries/pantry/chocolate/
Try the Coles green and black mint chocolate. Apparently its packed by Storck the company that pack the Moser brand
I've tried it, and it's nice. But it's not as fatty Of all the flavours to get rid of
It makes no sense!
anyone heard of "Aldi Shop & Share"
Nope, got any more info?
No, what is it?
Well, I found two packets of Choc Mint at my local Aldi today. They're packed with the Raspberry ones now, used to be with Chilli for those playing at home. They were not listed last time I went. Happy it's still around though
I'm a bit worried about what I'd have to share with other people at Aldi, most have already proven they can't share simple things like the car park and registers without dramas.
so apparently its like the home testers club. You get sent samples to trial, and provide feedback
Oh that. Yeah I knew someone on Whirlpool that was part of the testing program. I didn't know they started it back up again. I thought it was named something else last time though and they actually advertised for positions.
Really started going on the Aldi Pork loin chops.....third purchase this week. Bit of Pork overkill but with lamb prices through the roof this is a pretty damn good alternative.
I would have hoped for a more 1337 post
pork is leet
Aldi's pork fillets are nearly always up to 50% cheaper than Coles and Woolies and well worth the price for a good Chinese BBQ Pork recipe.