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Polish food in the Supermarkets ! Anyone ?

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Our Tesco is pretty small and i've passed the 40-50 odd Pole food stockpile for a long time now and wondered if it was any good etc... I have seen whole aisles dedicated to this in the big Asda's etc.… Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Our Tesco is pretty small and i've passed the 40-50 odd Pole food stockpile for a long time now and wondered if it was any good etc... I have seen whole aisles dedicated to this in the big Asda's etc....

So tonight I thought i'd stick something in the Trolly lol

I bought a bar of Choc, the pic looked OK etc, i'm just hoping now it was not a dog chew or a laxitive or something...

Maybe try it in the morning...

Any other non Pole's try this stuff...

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Isle of Wight? Isle of Islay?
#2
chesso;5422487
Isle of Wight? Isle of Islay?


:lol:

seriously though, I tried some of the sweets and they tasted almost savoury. :?
#3
chesso
Isle of Wight? Isle of Islay?


It's late lol.... Ok sorted...

maxmix
#4
Manky ****.
#5
Asda tends to have some stuff, I really like the cherry juice, pirogis and suasage.
#6
send them home most of them are sooo rude
#7
wulshaz
send them home most of them are sooo rude


Some might class your ignorance as rude?
#8
"Pavawek" bar? Not sure of the spelling but that is how it is broadly said. If so, they are reasonably nice, but remember when you have the English section in French supermarkets it is usually the rubbish that you can buy, not delicacies. For genuine Polish food, try a decent Polski Sklep.
#9
[QUOTE=MunkiMadz]Some might class your ignorance as rude?[/QUOT
i,m going on experience through our store (they are the cleaners)you say hello and try to be civil and its the other way round i say each to their own but some ppl just let the others down.
#10
It's depressing isnt it? Its like they want them here :x
#11
yeh i honestly can believe how rude ppl can be, we are in a recession and our store cleaners are all polish yet i have friends and family who dont have work!
#12
wulshaz;5423545
[QUOTE=MunkiMadz]Some might class your ignorance as rude?[/QUOT
i,m going on experience through our store (they are the cleaners)you say hello and try to be civil and its the other way round i say each to their own but some ppl just let the others down.

Wow thats a generalisation.....
#13
RuthIess
It's depressing isnt it? Its like they want them here :x

At least they do work and dont stay happily on the dole like some
#14
The beer is not bad
banned#15
Well, my dad was Polish and I've been there.
Can't stand much of the stuff I'm afraid.
Girls are nice though.
Met my very 1st girlfriend there, ! was 12.
61 now and we still write to each other.
#16
wulshaz;5423580
yeh i honestly can believe how rude ppl can be, we are in a recession and our store cleaners are all polish yet i have friends and family who dont have work!


do your friends want to be cleaners ? :roll:
banned#17
wulshaz;5423580
yeh i honestly can believe how rude ppl can be, we are in a recession and our store cleaners are all polish yet i have friends and family who dont have work!

Are they just lazy then? there's always a job if you dont mind doing anything! :x
#18
csiman
Are they just lazy then? there's always a job if you dont mind doing anything! :x

no they are not lazy :x one is my brother who was made redundant and he has always worked from the age of 15 and has found it really hard even getting an interview as there are not alot of jobs going around at the moment i think it has something to do with that thing we call a recession have you not heard about it?
#19
wulshaz;5423988
no they are not lazy :x one is my brother who was made redundant and he has always worked from the age of 15 and has found it really hard even getting an interview as there are not alot of jobs going around at the moment i think it has something to do with that thing we call a recession have you not heard about it?


is he going for cleaning jobs ? :?

Macdonalds

Hospital porter
#20
he is a chef and hgv driver
#21
and like most ppl he has a family and mortgage to support
#22
choc1969;5424003
is he going for cleaning jobs ? :?

Macdonalds

Hospital porter


wulshaz;5424008
he is a chef and hgv driver


so thats a no then :whistling:

why are you slating the Polish cleaners again :thinking:
#23
Why has this got anything to do with Polish migration?
#24
wulshaz
he is a chef and hgv driver


At the same time! Bloody hell thats impressive!
banned#25
wulshaz
and like most ppl he has a family and mortgage to support


Like the Polish people might?
#26
choc1969
so thats a no then :whistling:

why are you slating the Polish cleaners again :thinking:

i am not slating them again what i said was the ones that work at the same tesco as me i never said all of them at all and if the money at macdonalds was enough to cover his mortgage payments and other outgoings then that would be fine but its not and he did apply for hospital porter amongst other things.
#27
starsparkle2311;5424203
wow they have cookers on lorries?:w00t:


they do .......

my brother even has a little one in his BT van ;-)
#28
starsparkle2311
wow they have cookers on lorries?:w00t:

yes didnt you know :-D
#29
plish have helped keep infaltion down

contributed around 2.6 billion to our economy

and you want them gone?
#30
he trained as a chef but when he got married and started a family the long hours and low pay were not good so he paid alot of money to get his hgv license to improve and help his family.
#31
wulshaz;5424208
i am not slating them again what i said was the ones that work at the same tesco as me i never said all of them at all and if the money at macdonalds was enough to cover his mortgage payments and other outgoings then that would be fine but its not and he did apply for hospital porter amongst other things.


then why mention their nationality ?

every workplace has rude people...;-)
#32
wulshaz
i am not slating them again what i said was the ones that work at the same tesco as me i never said all of them at all and if the money at macdonalds was enough to cover his mortgage payments and other outgoings then that would be fine but its not and he did apply for hospital porter amongst other things.


So hows he paying his bills then? Some moneys better than none surely?
#33
Shengis
So hows he paying his bills then? Some moneys better than none surely?

his insurance covers so much of the mortgage and his wife,s wages helps but he is now with an agency and starting a driving job so they will be able to stop claiming for the mortgage
#34
my husbands work went down to 2 days a week and we got no help with anything not even a free school dinner as the government says a family of 5 can live on 191 a week and we were getting 192 in total which is not alot when you have the usual bills ie mortgage, council tax, gas, electric and then food and thats not counting any other bills.
#35
starsparkle2311;5424415
i'm sorry but don't you realise that's why most polish people are here? To provide for and improve their family life, doesn't matter where you live or where you come from, it's all the same:)

You've met a couple of Poles, hardly reason to class them all the same, hey most men I've met have been total *******s, doesn't mean they all are, does it?


yes it does :w00t:
#36
I work with a number of Poliesh people and there's also a Polish food shop on the road we work so we often go there
quite nice :)
#37
back to food...my parents were Polish and pirogis are the best ever lol, the pre packed stuff on the shelves aren't very authentic as with any other nationality. You can't beat home cooked food.
#38
Tesco do have a section as do Asda,have tried a few things,Cherry juice for 1 as it's not always available elsewhere.
We've got 2 Polish shops here,no surprise being in Dover. I'm friends with a family,but gotta say you get some rude disrespectful ones too,like anywhere you go really.
#39
starsparkle2311
i'm sorry but don't you realise that's why most polish people are here? To provide for and improve their family life, doesn't matter where you live or where you come from, it's all the same:)

You've met a couple of Poles, hardly reason to class them all the same, hey most men I've met have been total *******s, doesn't mean they all are, does it?


no you are right maybe they are not all the same but it wasnt a nice experience and i,m sure other ppl no matter what the experience is if its a bad one then it sticks in your mind
#40
some of you people are disgusting .
Just because you were born here does not mean it is Your country.
seriously, get over yourselves, people should be able to choose whatever life they want, wherever they want.
If you don't like someone just don't interact with them, simple.

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