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Quality short French Stick was 37p now 25p@Morrison

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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Everybody knows where are best bakery goods in uk, especially this french sticks, now even cheaper! Morrisons
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#1
I picked a couple of these up yesterday for 10p each (reduced sticker). They were really nice with some cooked meat & cheese. I'll keep an eye out next week on the Saturday "big shop"

Edited By: mminghella on Oct 11, 2010 10:41: spellung
1 Like #2
Having a laugh they are delivered to the store frozen. voted hot.
#3
peterwain1 person likes this
Having a laugh they are delivered to the store frozen. voted hot.
I don't care... they are tasty!
#4
I bought some last week and they were delicious...best we've tasted for a long time!
#5
Still 37p as of 10 minutes ago in my local (Hawick)
#6
25p in Coventry and it's nationwide
#7
Yep, they do come in frozen but taste nice (within 6 hours of being baked off).
The cheese topped ones (they simply sprinkle grated cheese on the frozen baguette before baking) are amazing :D
#8
Morrisons ''french'' sticks are very stodgy and must be eaten same day or they go stale overnight :(
#9
Dtovey, do they seriously sprinkle cheese on them instead of dipping at your bakery? And on frozen sticks without streaming?
#10
algernonkent
Morrisons ''french'' sticks are very stodgy and must be eaten same day or they go stale overnight :(

Every supermarket french stick i've ever bought needs to be eaten the same day,they are always hard the next day.
banned#11
diopio
Dtovey, do they seriously sprinkle cheese on them instead of dipping at your bakery? And on frozen sticks without streaming?

just hope it to be so. hah.

Edited By: accessory2go on Oct 11, 2010 12:43: incomplete
#12
I'd prefer some that were "quality full" rather than "quality short"
#13
accessory2go
diopio
Dtovey, do they seriously sprinkle cheese on them instead of dipping at your bakery? And on frozen sticks without streaming?

just hope it to be so. hah.


We do use steam in the revent oven.
#14
Morrisons bread is the nastiest supermarket "bakery" bread I know :-(
#15
Lyssie it does depend on the bakers some morrisons bakeries r god damn awful for example tamworth bakery is a dump but don't let one bad bakery put you off others as some do work really hard
#16
diopio
Lyssie it does depend on the bakers some morrisons bakeries r god damn awful for example tamworth bakery is a dump but don't let one bad bakery put you off others as some do work really hard

The Glasgow T*twood Road (I assume HUKD will block this inadvertantly) bakery is terrible... had a chicken curry pie from there that was rancid.
#17
Well, I'm not saying all the people who work in all Morrisons' bakeries aren't hard workers, I'm sure you're right...but why would I travel 40 miles roundtrip to another Morrisons when I could 1) go to Tesco, 2) go to a local baker or 3) bake it my damn self! ;-)
1 Like #18
No chance! Certainly not the best bread in Britain. The Morrison's bakery is OK, but still a long way short of Sainsbury's and Waitrose.
#19
French sticks are full price at my local Morrisons. Perhaps its in the larger stores only - who knows??
#20
groovychick
French sticks are full price at my local Morrisons. Perhaps its in the larger stores only - who knows??
full sticks full price, but small ones are 25p each:)
#21
I always find their bread range is tasteless.
Bought their half price rump steak over the Weekend.
Still chewing!
#22
Hard, dry and tasteless. ASDA's bread is miles better.
#23
Morrisons- Yukky bread and pastry. Sainsburys all the time for French Bread imo.
#24
small short french sticks , lol , they are called Batons, well they are when i make em :P
#25
algernonkent
Morrisons ''french'' sticks are very stodgy and must be eaten same day or they go stale overnight :(


Are french baguettes not always meant to be eaten on the same day? I've never seen one that isn't - including buying in France...

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