Jamie Oliver Big Fat Chopping Board (wooden) - 97p instore at Sainsbury's
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Jamie Oliver Big Fat Chopping Board (wooden) - 97p instore at Sainsbury's

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Found 13th Jan 2009Made hot 13th Jan 2009
Jamie Oliver Big Fat Chopping Board (wooden)

Seen instore at Sainsbury's for 97p!

Was at the cranleigh branch, last one on the shelf, but there was no price shown, but went through the till for 97p

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Original Poster

http://i5.ebayimg.com/03/i/001/29/cd/6722_1.JPG

And yes its an ebay picture, but i'm not selling mine... i like it!

had mine for 1 month now and its already starting to break up through the middle

but for 90 odd pence you cant grumble

verging on hot

That is very good voted hot!

good price, worth a look in my local one...

I didn't know Big Fat Jamie Oliver did chopping boards :whistling:

mcguire85;4054940

[SIZE="2"]had mine for 1 month now and its already starting to break up … [SIZE="2"]had mine for 1 month now and its already starting to break up through the middle[/SIZE]but for 90 odd pence you cant grumbleverging on hot

That's the only good thing about Jamie Oliver.... he's consistent. He talks **** and his products are ****!

This is scorching! I'm supprised the staff have not ripped them all off the shelfs.

Banned

Wow isnt that a big massive eyesore in the kitchen though? why does it need to be so fat?

Banned

Wow! Will have a look, thanks.

99p is about right for a piece of wood lmao

would look a bit of a eyesore in my kitchen lol

decent price, i might buy a few and keep them for when each one falls to bits after constant use.

Reser;4055562

Wow isnt that a big massive eyesore in the kitchen though? why does it … Wow isnt that a big massive eyesore in the kitchen though? why does it need to be so fat?



Its all the food he eats :-D Oh - sorry you meant the board

Banned

ill crack jamie olivers ****ing head open on it for that price.

il have a look :thumbsup:

Will it be suitable to chop Jamie Oliver's head off?

I'd do it too. With a butter knife.

Put his head on the board and I'll have a damn good go at chopping it off

Even cheaper than firewood! Hot!

loving the posts:thumbsup:

I have new Sabatier knives and will cut his head off gladly with one of them! Don't fancy boiling his head for stock though - pig's head comes to mind

are discussing deal or J.O.?! When Microsoft crashes and full of problems, we are not swearing at B.G..

Deal is hot!

Den;4056460

are discussing deal or J.O.?! When Microsoft crashes and full of … are discussing deal or J.O.?! When Microsoft crashes and full of problems, we are not swearing at B.G..Deal is hot!




Who isn't? You want to have a go, it's very theraputic.
Wooden chopping boards are apparently more hygenic than plastic. Bacteria die out much faster on a wooden board.

Den said
"are discussing deal or J.O.?! When Microsoft crashes and full of problems, we are not swearing at B.G..

Deal is hot!"

Speak for yourself - I do! Hot deal though.

Just seems like a big chunk of wood to me. Can't really see the appeal

Micky Mouse;4057368

Just seems like a big chunk of wood to me. Can't really see the appeal



I'm waiting for the Jamie Oliver branded Inanimate Carbon Rod. That'll be the best thing ever.

Excellent find! I'm not sure whether to venture to sainsburys or not tho - cant see this being nationwide. heat left neway.

These were £15 before xmas. I got mine at £7.50 and I thought that was cheap...

Didn't spot one in the local Sainsbury's earlier. They had half-price alarm-clock radios, kettles and toasters though. Also some £10.99 white wine for £4.99.

andimccann;4056280

Cat Funt...



the posts are fantastic, I'm in fits of laughter here! What was the product again? :whistling:

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2006/12/jamieoliver011206_228x484.jpg


He's definitely letting himself go.

mcguire85;4054940

had mine for 1 month now and its already starting to break up through the … had mine for 1 month now and its already starting to break up through the middlebut for 90 odd pence you cant grumbleverging on hot



thats because its wooden and you soaked it

ive got one. excellent

these ' pieces of wood ' normally cost £ 10 upwards.......

apparently , Mr Oliver has gathered a 30 Million quid fortune, from telling peoole to add a bit of garlic, and some olive oil to fresh pasta.....

thats sheer talent that is........

cats;4059680

these ' pieces of wood ' normally cost £ 10 upwards.......apparently , … these ' pieces of wood ' normally cost £ 10 upwards.......apparently , Mr Oliver has gathered a 30 Million quid fortune, from telling peoole to add a bit of garlic, and some olive oil to fresh pasta.....thats sheer talent that is........




Yes, of course, thats all he does. Forget helping unpriviledged teens by teaching them to cook and employing them. Forget trying to get all your fat unhealthy kids to eat better so they do better at school and live longer...

Lets just focus instead on the fact that he is a little irritating in big doses. Of course, im sure that you have never watched one of his shows, or you wouldn't say stupid things like all he does is add garlic and olives to pasta. But that's cool, if being a bitter person helps you in life, good luck to you! :thumbsup:

People in this country hate success. The guy has made a fortune, yes, but he has also helped a LOT of people in the process and taught a lot more people some great recipes. Its just easier to hate him isnt it....:roll:

The guy is a genius.

The only stores that will have this in are those with stock left over from the christmas gifting. It won't be in all stores. Technically all stores should have shifted all their Christmas stuff by today, so may be last chance to get it.

I had a Jamie Oliver flavour Shaker, i used it about 5 times then it shattered and cracked. Cheap piece of plastic ****, cost about 18 quid aswell. Id never buy another Jamie Oliver endorsed piece of **** again.:x

Might well pop to Sainsburys for lunch now.
Naturally they will be sold out and I will end up trudging back bitter and empty handed as usual.

Hot though

http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/09_03/jamieoliverREX19_468x555.jpg

Nothing in Wandsworth store

thethule;4061321

Yes, of course, thats all he does. Forget helping unpriviledged teens by … Yes, of course, thats all he does. Forget helping unpriviledged teens by teaching them to cook and employing them. Forget trying to get all your fat unhealthy kids to eat better so they do better at school and live longer...Lets just focus instead on the fact that he is a little irritating in big doses. Of course, im sure that you have never watched one of his shows, or you wouldn't say stupid things like all he does is add garlic and olives to pasta. But that's cool, if being a bitter person helps you in life, good luck to you! :thumbsup:People in this country hate success. The guy has made a fortune, yes, but he has also helped a LOT of people in the process and taught a lot more people some great recipes. Its just easier to hate him isnt it....:roll:



Hes only successful because he sh*t on a lot of people to get there, there were so many people behind all of "his" ideas, they were not Jamie Olivers ideas at all, he was just the celebrity backing the campaign, he took all the credit for hundreds of peoples sheer hard work and utter determination to make school dinners healthy, they had been campaigning for years! There are many people out there that just hate him because he has "made it" in this world. I for one dislike people that do absolutely nothing and yet gain all the credit.

Banned

djstrobe4real;4064886

Hes only successful because he sh*t on a lot of people to get there, … Hes only successful because he sh*t on a lot of people to get there, there were so many people behind all of "his" ideas, they were not Jamie Olivers ideas at all, he was just the celebrity backing the campaign, he took all the credit for hundreds of peoples sheer hard work and utter determination to make school dinners healthy, they had been campaigning for years! There are many people out there that just hate him because he has "made it" in this world. I for one dislike people that do absolutely nothing and yet gain all the credit.


I presume they approached him with the view that he could generate publicity and if he was famous enough to draw nationwide attention to a campaign that had been running for years then why shouldnt he take the credit for managing to to do in a very short space of time what 'hundreds of people' who had failed to do for years.

Oh and I presume they were doing it as they believed in the cause rather than hoping for a pat on the back........

Well done Jamie!

Seems like a bargain to me
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