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Does what it says on the tin. I got a REALLY big one the other day. 39p is a great price!
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#1
I can't even comment on big cauliflowers..lol
#2
and new pots, cabbage, brocoli, bag onions and carrots, v good.
#3
Love Aldi I do!
#4
dratcliffe;3248335
Love Aldi I do!


Yep, no such thing as a credit crunch or global financial crisis in Aldi. They stick 2 fingers up at recession, and kick it in the nuts for good measure.
#5
Foxy102
Yep, no such thing as a credit crunch or global financial crisis in Aldi. They stick 2 fingers up at recession, and kick it in the nuts for good measure.


And charge £1.09 for 1kg of pasta that 1 year earlier was 39--45 pence :thumbsup::whistling:

Still a good cheap place to shop but they have put their prices up as well.
1 Like #6
dontasciime
And charge 1.09 for 1kg of pasta that 1 year earlier was 39 pence :thumbsup::whistling:


Dunno if that was a serious reply or not but i've worked for the company nearly 2 years now and i can assure you that even when i started working for them in november 06 a kg bag of pasta was never as cheap as 39 pence, let alone a year ago, it was more likely 69-79p.

Not in anyway interesting but i had to point it out.
#7
My mistake it was maybe 2 years ago. I always shop at aldi and used to buy the 1kg penne, fusilli for that price from my local aldi It may have even been 3 years ago. I got not concept of time Lol. I can assure you however I very rarely lie.
Actually lets just say it was when I was 3 or 4. :)

Aldi like other have put their prices up which was the point I was trying to make.
#8
Oh yeh, no arguing that, lol. Although prices have gone down too and we only raise the prices when we need to (i.e the prices of our suppliers goes up) and to be fair i'm fairly certain with all the 'super 6' we make a loss.

Good to hear from a loyal customer though lol
#9
just bought my second cauli and two huge portions of brocoli both only 39p..bargain!

They have put my fave Zinfandel Blush up to £3.49 though I notice...credit crunch...grrrr!
#10
hot but my local always none left:roll:
#11
Hes got no concept of time,ive got no concept of food prices,i can never remember the price of food items,probably coz i cant abide food shopping so buy anything..lol
#12
quality of Aldi's fruit and veg is FAR better than Asda and Morrisons IMO
voted hot
1 Like #13
Recipe for Cheap & easy Cauliflower soup, great for the winter. 20 minutes cooking time.

1 Cauliflower, cut into pieces.

8-10 waxy potatoes, peeled, cut into pieces, (King Edwards are good).

3-4 sticks celery, in pieces.

2-3 onions, or leeks, cut up.

1/4 stick of real butter. ( not margarine, or oil ! )

4-5 Chicken or Veggie stock cubes.

Salt & white pepper

Hand whisker, or blender ( be careful, it's very hot)


Melt butter in large sauce pan, add all the ingredients, with cauliflower last, spirnkle a little salt on top. Cover the pan and "sweat" the veggies for about 10 minutes until soft.

While the veggies are sweating, boil about 3-4 litres of water and add the bouillion cubes. Add about a litre to the pan and bring to a simmer, when veggies are cooked, add the rest of the water to taste, reserve some for later to thin out the mix if it's too thick.

Remove from heat, whisk or blend until until smooth ( this is meant to be a thick, smooth soup). Add Salt & pepper to tase, add more stock if needed, done !

Add cream or chedder cheese to make it richer, but this is meant to be a cheap, low fat soup, despite the butter............... add a knob of cold butter to each bowl to make it creamy. Croutons go nicely with this, or fresh bread.

Nice !
#14
urbundk
Recipe for Cheap & easy Cauliflower soup, great for the winter. 20 minutes cooking time.

1 Cauliflower, cut into pieces.

8-10 waxy potatoes, peeled, cut into pieces, (King Edwards are good).

3-4 sticks celery, in pieces.

2-3 onions, or leeks, cut up.

1/4 stick of real butter. ( not margarine, or oil ! )

4-5 Chicken or Veggie stock cubes.

Salt & white pepper

Hand whisker, or blender ( be careful, it's very hot)


Melt butter in large sauce pan, add all the ingredients, with cauliflower last, spirnkle a little salt on top. Cover the pan and "sweat" the veggies for about 10 minutes until soft.

While the veggies are sweating, boil about 3-4 litres of water and add the bouillion cubes. Add about a litre to the pan and bring to a simmer, when veggies are cooked, add the rest of the water to taste, reserve some for later to thin out the mix if it's too thick.

Remove from heat, whisk or blend until until smooth ( this is meant to be a thick, smooth soup). Add Salt & pepper to tase, add more stock if needed, done !

Add cream or chedder cheese to make it richer, but this is meant to be a cheap, low fat soup, despite the butter............... add a knob of cold butter to each bowl to make it creamy. Croutons go nicely with this, or fresh bread.

Nice !

Mmmmmm....sounds delish! :thumbsup:
#15
went in on sunday and i needed to get some chorizo sausage, found some in the bargain bucket covered in mould. mmmm nice!
#16
rockerfella20;3250722
went in on sunday and i needed to get some chorizo sausage, found some in the bargain bucket covered in mould. mmmm nice!


You see, with Aldi, you buy your food and you get penicilin thrown in at no extra charge.
#17
Foxy102
You see, with Aldi, you buy your food and you get penicilin thrown in at no extra charge.




Well said father dead.:thumbsup:
#18
rockerfella20
went in on sunday and i needed to get some chorizo sausage, found some in the bargain bucket covered in mould. mmmm nice!


That is a sign of "Age"........most Chorizo has mildew on it as does any "aged" meat....same as cheese. Just cut it off.
#19
Thar
Mmmmmm....sounds delish! :thumbsup:


Thank you....It is delicious, inexpensive, quick and very fullfilling !

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