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Buffalo soup warmer - perfect for partys - £46.99 delivered @ Food Fresh
Buffalo soup warmer - perfect for partys - £46.99 delivered @ Food Fresh

Buffalo soup warmer - perfect for partys - £46.99 delivered @ Food Fresh

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Cheapest i can see these elsewhere are £57 - On an auction site they tend to be £63.45 . Could be handy for the christmas party .
Handy saving if your in the hunt for one .

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Soup??? At a party??? Sounds fun oO

and does it only warm Buffalo soup?

I'll get my coat.....
Edited by: "Noj" 23rd Nov 2010

Noj

Soup??? At a party??? Sounds fun oOand does it only warm Buffalo … Soup??? At a party??? Sounds fun oOand does it only warm Buffalo soup?I'll get my coat.....



You've never been to a soup party!

You haven't lived

Parties is the plural of party.

You need to add £5 + VAT for delivery!

Just a bit more expensive than a pan then. (_;)

What's so special about warming soup? Do they sell special warmers for other stuff too?

Get yourself one of these, for 15 quid - will serve the same purpose, with the Stockpot you make the soup in, and store a lot easier, as well as being useful for keeping any number of other foods warm, not just soup!

lidl.co.uk/cps…htm

You can always open a soup kitchen.lol

nihcaj

Get yourself one of these, for 15 quid - will serve the same purpose, … Get yourself one of these, for 15 quid - will serve the same purpose, with the Stockpot you make the soup in, and store a lot easier, as well as being useful for keeping any number of other foods warm, not just soup!http://www.lidl.co.uk/cps/rde/xchg/lidl_uk/hs.xsl/index_15741.htm



Nice one!

stokie

Nice one!



They don't start until the 29th though.

I bought one the last time around, and it's very good, both left plugged in and when charged up then unplugged.

nihcaj

They don't start until the 29th though.I bought one the last time around, … They don't start until the 29th though.I bought one the last time around, and it's very good, both left plugged in and when charged up then unplugged.



The one I've got uses those tea lights, this looks far better.

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nihcaj

Get yourself one of these, for 15 quid - will serve the same purpose, … Get yourself one of these, for 15 quid - will serve the same purpose, with the Stockpot you make the soup in, and store a lot easier, as well as being useful for keeping any number of other foods warm, not just soup!http://www.lidl.co.uk/cps/rde/xchg/lidl_uk/hs.xsl/index_15741.htm





Get yourself 3 whilst your there ,there very unreliable , a friend went through 3 in a 2 week period and finally gave up on them .

RudiBryson

Get yourself 3 whilst your there ,there very unreliable , a friend went … Get yourself 3 whilst your there ,there very unreliable , a friend went through 3 in a 2 week period and finally gave up on them .



Mines been fine, got it last year, and very handy it is.

What was he doing with them, boiling-up roofing tar? ;-)
Edited by: "nihcaj" 23rd Nov 2010

Fools dont forget you can use it for muuled wine or winter pimms cool mmmmmmmmmmmmmm

keefathome

Fools dont forget you can use it for muuled wine or winter pimms cool … Fools dont forget you can use it for muuled wine or winter pimms cool mmmmmmmmmmmmmm



Marvellous, I don't know how they do it for the price, or how we managed without one! ;-)

Pity it doesn't have a spelling, punctuation and grammar checking facility too; you would have found that very useful, we "fools" don't seem to need one as much as you do.
Edited by: "nihcaj" 2nd Dec 2010
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