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Sage Duo Temp Pro Espresso Coffee Machine £249 -
Found 10 h, 58 m agoFound 10 h, 58 m ago
£50 cheaper than it has been recently. Same price through their eBay store if you want nectar points. Free next day delivery and click and collect through the AO store. 1.5% TC… Read more

I keep the beans in a sealed container. I only grind what I need, when I need it. Weigh out 17 grams of beans and grind. I use Dear Green myself. Beans stay fresher than ground so don't grind more than you need and you will have no waste. A lot of the smaller roaster support communities of farmers and the extra you pay goes towards education and healthcare. Always look for a roasted date on the packaging and try to get within a month to 6 weeks. A lot of supermarket beans only display a best before date so could be 6 months old when you buy.


I've had one of these for about 6 months now and its been great. Really not that hard to get to grips with and the results are infinitely better than capsules.


I keep ground beans in a sealed container for a few days and don't notice much difference. I use rave beans, if you don't have a burr grinder then select expresso grind. Lavassa would probably work well if you buy from a supermarket .... Just not freshly roasted!


any links to the type of coffee we need? for example if I just want to make one cup? is that possible than wasting beans? or can the grinded coffee remain to use at a later time as long as I can make espresso / laate I may give this a shot


Typical machines like this use between 7 grams and 9 grams per shot. My Gaggia I make a double with 17 grams. Nespresso capsules use 5 grams. Grind the beans just before you brew and you will get awesome coffee. I use an aergrind hand grinder, 17 grams takes around 15 seconds to grind. Well worth the effort. Using ethically sourced organic beans the cost is around 30p a double shot.

Barbour Sage Classic Beadnell Wax Jacket £65 in Next Clearance
30/06/2018Expires on 30/06/2018Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
Many reduced barbour jackets One of the cheapest available is Barbour® Sage Classic Beadnell Wax Jacket £65 from £199 Many sizes available

Same here except my wife only wanted the one with fur hood and so having to go back.


Just picked up the wife’s coat - expecting the fur hood parka style one, and what arrived was the one shown in the dea image above. Same product code so it might be a pick error or an error on the website. Wife is happy with the traditional Barbour style one though so not an issue, Bargain for a decent Barbour jacket.


It’s a great deal. Ordered one for my wife. Thanks for posting :D


Decent stuff in the Barbour section


atrocious site, 2 search functions, one shows over 200 and one 65 nice of them lol

Chicco Highchair Polly Progress Highchair, Sage £75 @ Tesco
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
I probably wouldn't spend £150 on a high chair - but doesn't look too bad at £75
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too many nooks and crannies for food to get stuck between making it hard to clean. Takes up a lot of floor space as the legs are far apart to stabilise it.


£14 Ikea high chair is as good as high chair design gets. Safe, lightweight and super easy to clean. Hot as it's half price.


11kgs to tone your arms XD

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Sage Barista coffee machine £489 John Lewis
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Still an expensive bit of kit but it’s one of the best bean to cup machines in the market. Not seen this model at this price before
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how much is the grinder separately?


Deal on standalone machine if you already have the grinder (as I do)


I think you are going the wrong way for your aim. A coarser grind (8->13) will give you "more" in the portifiler as the coffee will fill in a less dense way. You need to go finer (8->1) to reduce the surface area of the grinds, this way they fit together more efficiently and you will have less space between the particals :)


Yes the double insert (single wall) i do woggle it wiggle but I shall go with a grind of 9-12 at 3 and see how I get on. Never tried this combo before. never really been past 1 to be honest. Cheers


The only thing i can think of: Assuming you are using the double insert in the portifilter - you might want to adjitate the potifilter whilst its grinding. Wiggle it up and down with your index finger for the duration of the grind - this ensures an even fill rather than a pyramid fill which will spill over the sides when you move it.

Gloucestershire old spot sired pork and sage sausage £5.99 per kg @ waitrose
Found 3rd JunFound 3rd Jun
Was £7.99 per kg now only £5.99 per kg. For those of you who were snooty about the cheap and cheerful post of 3 packs of sausages for a quid I thought I'd share this.... Remember p… Read more
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Back up to £7.99 per kg now, according to the website.


These are very nice sausages, so as they have been kind enough to send me a load of £8 off a £40 shop, these will feature in my basket tomorrow.


I don't consider myself a sausage snob but even I wouldn't eat Richmond Sausages as the fat that comes out of them when they are cooking is ridiculous and they have that soft stomach turning texture about them. But I suppose if push came to shove and I was skint and needed to put a meal on the table for my kids I probably would serve them so maybe we should all think ourselves extremely grateful that we are in a position where we can look at a deal and go nah no thanks i'd rather pay more when some people don't have the choice


So the Old boy had a bit of heritage whilst the mum was just some random, unknown pig? Nice. Also, for some reason the word sired is not one I want to think about in conjunction with sausage, and certainly not when it comes to dinnertime. As for the Richmond sausages, I wouldn't be buying them no matter how cheap and how poor I was.


only 90% pork that just wont do heat added (cheeky)

Sage Smart 4 slice Toaster with 2000W Power £54.99 with code @ Hughes. RRP £169.99
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
I am looking for a new 4 slice toaster and came across this in Hughes. This toaster has great reviews. I so wish red would go in my kitchen.. In store and online Posted before but … Read more

Lot of money for a toaster lol


I have yet to find a toaster that does what is says it does.....and I am very old so have had and used countless ones in my lifetime, a 3 quid one from a supermkt does just as good or bad as ones like your money....the perfect toaster does not exist....


Awesome price. Great toaster.


Heat added. Seems to be the best toaster you could buy and this is less than a third of the RRP of £170.


For just a second I thought from the pic that the toaster had 4 USB slots and was too excited.

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Sage Smart 4 Slice Toaster with 2000W Power in Red RRP £169.99 for £59.99 at Hughes *now 54.99 with code*
LocalLocalFound 7th MayFound 7th May
I am looking for a new 4 slice toaster and cake across this in Hughes. This toaster has great reviews. I so wish red would go in my kitchen.. In store and online
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Now £5 less with TAKE5 code


I have one of these. It is great..


In part you are correct, It is owned by the Australian Breville group which is not the supplier of the Breville products sold in the Uk. They would say it is a far superior product..


Forget the marketing crap and It's just a Breville.


It is Heston Blumenthal’s range..

Sage espresso machine... £249 @ Amazon
Found 4th MayFound 4th May
I've had one of these for ages. It's way better than the Gaggia Classic, And this is the cheapest I've ever seen it...

Still £249....


It's excellent I think.


Great machine and good value at this price. Bought one myself a couple of months ago at £249 on Amazon, so I guess it’s regularly “on sale”. Anyway, I’m very happy with the machine.


That's a bargain!!!


Code is P10MAY brings the cost down to 224.10 and about 1500 nectar points (so another 10p off! ;) )

Sage by Heston Blumenthal the Duo Temp Pro Espresso Coffee Machine, Black £279 @ John Lewis
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
I've got one of these in silver which I managed to get at this price but I wanted the black one. This is the best price I've ever seen it. It's a great espresso machine. And you wo… Read more

I haven't seen the black one at this price ever


The price of these goes up and down on nearly a weekly basis, £250 being the cheapest I've seen. We had the older model, great machine, will be getting one in the near future.



Dunno. But I've had gaggias for twenty five years and this is better than them


Is the internals steel or plastic?

Sage by Heston Blumenthal The Smart Waffle™ Iron £84.97 @ John Lewis
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Submit to the waffle gods with the Sage by Heston Blumenthal 'The Smart Waffle™ Iron'. Features include: With Waffle IQ, the cooking time is automatically calculated to suit you… Read more



I have this waffle maker and the quality is amazing. Never had a bad waffle. They’re delicious and this is an excellent price.


There’s enough waffling on HUKD without one of these!:D


Great deal. Bought one last week at this price....great quality waffle maker


have this maker it is great well worth £85

Sage by Heston Blumenthal: The Smart Waffle™ Iron at John Lewis £84.97 (free delivery or C&C)
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
John Lewis £84.97 ; 2-year guarantee; free delivery or C&C. I have been stalking this waffle maker for about 2 years; it rarely dips below £150-160 - aside from a recent Cu… Read more

Can it make sandwiches too? In the shape of a waffle presumably. Is there enough space for some kind of filling?



Haha got one myself thanks op


£85 for two waffles is soooo much money!! Based on the fact I will use it once and store in a cupboard forever! Ordered, thanks OP (highfive)


I’m so tempted! £85 for a waffle maker seems mad though. Why is it smart

Sage By Heston The Creatista Nespresso Salted Liquorice £299.99 @ Ecookshop
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Been looking for a decent coffee machine, this dropped to £299.99

Once you go black...


cheers for the find, unfortunately for me the other half wants the black one to match other stuff. (annoyed)


The champagne coloured version is on Amazon for £283, if anyone’s interested. I have one since Christmas and I love it, really good milk drink options.


Thanks for sharing op...


I would put £67 more in and get the plus from john lewis Cant believe they made this machine out of plastic and £67 more gets you a full metal one. Even the chrome on the front is plastic on this one. Heat added though

Iceland Roast From Frozen Boneless Chicken Cushion with Sage & Onion Stuffing 1.5Kg - £7
Found 26th MarFound 26th Mar
Reduced from £10 A big lump of chicken gorgeous 1.5 KILOS

Thanks, but my grill doesn't work, if it was working I'd def try it


It's made from 100% chicken bum (:I (lol)


You get a bag full of the plucked feathers I think...


"Boneless Chicken" ??? Must be easy to catch then just throw them in a bucket ...


Sure that was out at Xmas that’s why it looks like it’s got an Xmas tree on it

Sage Duo Temp Pro £249 @ Amazon
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Best price so far. also have the same deal at the moment. Two years guarantee included directly from sage. Be quick, I ordered my one yesterday. These are probably the best … Read more

lol you are right if you buy till 18:00 today from ebay they give you another 20% off, so I did for only £199.20 this is really hot now (y) Thank you very much for that!


Ebay same price , and I have a prime.


so buy it from AO ebay store to save another 20%... ~200quid

Waitrose British pork shoulder with apple and sage stuffing £2.72
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
This seems to have passed by most people. I think it's a crackling deal. £2.72 per Kg
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I agree, I am merely stating that your post is not true.


You do it how you want it, i'll do it how i want it.


Not true at all, I take the fat and skin off of pork and then remove all the fat and oven bake the skin to make the best crackling ever. Its the skin that makes crackling not all the gooey fat.


Had at weekend lovely bit of meat. Best left to rest while crisping up crackling


The crackling isn't going to be crackling without the fat to make it crackling in the first place.

Sage By Heston Blumenthal The Bakery Boss BEM825RCH Stand Mixer with 4.7 Litre Bowl - Champagne £239 @ AO
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Just picked up one of these, only available in Champagne at this price, a big discount if you're not fussed about the colour
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This is a decent mixer. Full metal gears, glass and stainless steel bowls, scraper beater (ideal if mixing small quantities). Load detection and 1200 watt motor plus all the attachments you could hope for. Unusual in having a timer too. Excellent reviews from what I’ve been reading. Good find.


Ordered. Thank you!


Use FOODPREP5 for an additional 5% off making it: £227.05

Sage - Barista Express - £429 @ ecookshop
Found 25th Dec 2017Found 25th Dec 2017
Sage By Heston Blumenthal The Barista Express There is also this version with temperature milk jug for £449. First deal post!

Great machine and not a bad price. I was lucky and got one last week from AO using price match with Hughes £448 with £25 off voucher. AO then had an extra 10% off coffee machines on their site bringing it down to £380.70. It was the last one in stock when I got it so didn’t post it.


I want someone to buy me this 😁


Great coffee machine, managed to get one on a price glitch last year and it's worth every penny and gets used ever day.


fantastic machine!!! i bought this last year and gets used daily and is amazing love it well worth the money.


Hot, cos that was yesterday.

Sage By Heston Blumenthal The Barista Express Espresso Coffee Machine £448 at
Found 15th Dec 2017Found 15th Dec 2017
AO have 10% off all Coffee machine orders over £99 with code COFFEE10. But this particular machine is rarely on offer. Plus free next day delivery + 1% Quidco cashback. Previous be… Read more

Had one of these for a Christmas present and Ive got to say that it's fantastic. I'm using it 5 or 6 times a day up to now and it produces very very nice coffee ( as good as any Costa or Starbucks). What I will say is that I think the milk frother should have a larger end. It's not as simple as grinding beans and hey presto..... I must have used a tenners worth of beans to even start getting a brew. Well pleased now though.


Today I went to John Lewis MK, the sage rep demo the machine for me, he made, espresso, cuppacino, effortlessly. The machine had more than enough pressure to cope with the tasks at hand, it’s not light weight and flimsy at 13kg. He matched the price above, I got the polished silver version, with a free waste coffee tray/bang out pot worth £30. Tips and advice too, I suggest you find a local demo and taste the coffee for yourself,


See, I am not so sure. The new classic is nowhere as robust as the original. Those horrible soft buttons up front. The build quality has dropped a lot from the original. Drip tray is quite flimsy. Finishing/aesthetics are not great either. No denying the flavour though. Additionally, it only accommodates espresso cups as it is a pure espresso machine. For owners who like a variety of drinks (especially when entertaining), the Sage seems to have better clearance for bigger cups. I think it depends really, on what the owner wants. The Gaggia classic is really for purists who dont mind an industrial looking thing in their home. Not everyone wants that though.


The Breville Smart Grinder Pro is actually meant to be a very decent grinder for the money - not sure if it's the same as the one in this but just saying that Breville do produce a good grinder.


I would get a Gaggia classic over this Sage anyday, better build quality, plus the grinder n this Sage is not very good, the grinder is on a par with the Kenwood burr grinder which retails for around £40, it depends what you are after really, something that produces a good coffee or something that looks good with half decent results. Personally I wouldn't go anywhere near a Sage espresso machine.

Sage Nespresso Creatista Creatista Coffee Machine @ Peter Tyson - £270
Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
Had my eye on one of these for a while. Was really after the Plus model which has a slightly more precise calibration and looks great in stainless steel, but at £270 I can live wit… Read more

I really hope you enjoy this machine. I've had the Latissima for a long time and I just found the Nespresso model of capsules too expensive. I've now purchased a bean to cup to try. Good luck c

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