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THE BEST SPUDS FOR ROASTIES MARIS PIPERS £1.00 FOR 2.5KG AT ASDA SAVE £1

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these were on roll back at my local asda store they are the best spuds for roasties by far usually £2 Read More
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these were on roll back at my local asda store they are the best spuds for roasties by far usually £2
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#1
Not bad! We get our potatoes from a local farm (who also supply Asda oddly enough) 25Kg bag for £7 and the potatoes are gigantic! So if you have the room for a big bag I would try a local farm, hurrah for pototo harvest!
#2
£5 for a 25kg round here, supermarkets are expensive for veg
#3
Bargain.
Voted hot.
#4
Without wanting to cause controversy I would say King Edward's rule the Roast roost with Maris Piper's a close second.
#5
andyc1976
Without wanting to cause controversy I would say King Edward's rule the Roast roost with Maris Piper's a close second.


Controversial! lol
I'll take Maris Piper over King Edwards every time :)
#6
King Edwards for me
#7
andyc1976
Without wanting to cause controversy I would say King Edward's rule the Roast roost with Maris Piper's a close second.


Yep, I agree, better for chipppy chips as well.
#8
Robotochan
Not bad! We get our potatoes from a local farm (who also supply Asda oddly enough) 25Kg bag for £7 and the potatoes are gigantic! So if you have the room for a big bag I would try a local farm, hurrah for pototo harvest!


Wow I wish I could find a farm near me that did that. The asda offer seems good though. Thanks:p
#9
jonmbarlow
King Edwards for me


King Edwards for lighter fluffier inside and a shorter parboiling time. Maris for a firmer texture.
#10
I like them Vivaldi's from Sainsbury's. Thats a nice spud.
#11
2.5kg for baking spuds - 69p @ Aldi

2.5kg of spuds - 49p @ Netto from Thursday
#12
Robotochan
Not bad! We get our potatoes from a local farm (who also supply Asda oddly enough) 25Kg bag for £7 and the potatoes are gigantic! So if you have the room for a big bag I would try a local farm, hurrah for pototo harvest!


What's the best conditions for keeping tatties if you're going to buy that amount?
#13
Premier
2.5kg for baking spuds - 69p @ Aldi

2.5kg of spuds - 49p @ Netto from Thursday


Now thats been thrown in, let the spud war commence lol :-D
#14
King Edwards - The king of the roast!
#15
Maris Pipers make the BEST wedgies!
#16
where is ADSA? :whistling::p
#17
I love spuds!

Voted hot, good find
#19
blammo
What's the best conditions for keeping tatties if you're going to buy that amount?


store them in a cool, dry dark place.

they don't necessarily need to be stored in a dark place, aslong as you keep them covered over, otherwise they will turn green
banned#20
local greengrocers doing 10kg for 1 pound
dont be fooled by false supermarket discounts
#21
Maris Pipers are best all round but especially for making chips, King Edwards are supposed to be better for roasting.

so it depends do you like chips more or roast more.
#22
Don't think we have any ADSA's in my area :oops:
If ony ASDA's did the same offer :whistling:
#23
blammo
What's the best conditions for keeping tatties if you're going to buy that amount?


We keep them in the corner of our kitchen. The bag keeps them dark and they last for at least a couple of months :)
#24
andyc1976
Without wanting to cause controversy I would say King Edward's rule the Roast roost with Maris Piper's a close second.


Have to agree. The texture and flavour of a King Eddie is superior to Maris for roasting, but there is little in it. :whistling:
#25
Maris Piper cooked in goose fat.......perfect roast spuds
#26
So... who's the best... King Edwards or Maris Pipers? there's only one way to find out...

[SIZE="5"]FIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!![/SIZE]:viking:
#27
I couldn't tell ya,i haven't roasted potatoes in years,Aunt Bessie does the potatoes in my house,roast,mash and if i can get them,their wedges are the best by far,but hardly anyone stocks them !
#28
Maris Piper wedgies sprinkled with Coat & Cook 'Southern Fried' even nicer!
#29
Try Sainsburys Vivaldies. Best potatoes I have ever tasted.
#30
bob clancey
local greengrocers doing 10kg for 1 pound
dont be fooled by false supermarket discounts


My local greengrocers sell 25kg bags of potatoes for between £7 and £8. This matches up with the wholesale prices shown on the link provided by Premier in post #20.

If your local greengrocers are selling 10kg of potatoes for £1, then it looks like they are selling them cheaper than wholesale, which seems surprising.

ClashInDevon
#31
bob clancey;3494174
local greengrocers doing 10kg for 1 pound
dont be fooled by false supermarket discounts

If that's true, that green grocer won't be around much longer I'm afraid.
Even buying in bulk, you can't buy spuds for less than about £100/tonne.(poorest quality) Current commercial prices are averaging about £130-£180 per tonne for anything half decent.
Here's the prices from 2006 & 2007 - compare ex-farm prices to the 25kg bagged prices and then to the 2008 bagged prices in my earlier link
http://www.ceefax.tv/cgi-bin/gfx.cgi?page=249_3&font=big&channel=bbc2&ma01=1004061&ma02=1323061

http://www.ceefax.tv/cgi-bin/gfx.cgi?page=249_4&font=big&channel=bbc2&ma01=1004061&ma02=1323061

http://www.ceefax.tv/cgi-bin/gfx.cgi?page=249_5&font=big&channel=bbc2&ma01=1323061
#32
Good price but long life the King!

Edwards are the best for roasting.
#33
kar999


Edwards are the best for roasting.


I roast Edward at least once a week.......anyone?

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