Guest annbee

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    Guest annbee

    Hello there

    Does anyone out there know the best and cheapest way to send things from the UK to OZ with Christmas coming up and M and S sending me emails on half price Christmas cakes and puddings that are making me drool I am desperate and cakeless!!!Cheers Annie

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    Not sure if they will allow Christmas cakes and puddings into the country. All to do with the fruit thats in them. Would be better to check first with AQIS.

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    Guest MrsHills

    put an ad in the local shops for elderly ex-pat to make a chrissie cake for you if you provide the ingredients!:biglaugh:

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    Guest Guest5035
    for elderly ex-pat to make a chrissie cake for you !:biglaugh:

     

    don't forget to take out those false teeth......:jiggy:

     

    stevo

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    Guest guest3462

    trakki on here is taking orders for traditional christmas cakes. Her cakes are fantastic!!! Check her out!

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    Does the Rotary Club come round where you live? They bring Santa to the streets round us and besides distributing lollies to the kids and giving us all that Christmassy feeling, sell very nice Christmas cakes too!

     

    :cute: LC

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    Does the Rotary Club come round where you live? They bring Santa to the streets round us and besides distributing lollies to the kids and giving us all that Christmassy feeling, sell very nice Christmas cakes too!

     

    :cute: LC

     

    I agree. We had one last year and it was very nice. The guys from the Rotary Club are really friendly too. I had a lovely chat with one of them while my daughter had some lollies from Santa.

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    Guest Django
    your not in england anymore,get over it and throw a shrimp on the barbi christmas day!!!!! ;-)

     

    You've not been in Oz very long then because they do that in America. Here they tend to cook prawns. ;)

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    Guest Chandan
    The Lions Club sells Christmas Cakes and Puddings every year. Let me know if you would like any.

     

    Thanks Moosh, oh remember them, just googled Lions Club Christmas cakes to get prices.. $13 for a 1.5 kg christmas cake!! and $11 for a pud..and the cake has a shelf life of 30 months!!! That is a bargain!

     

    I got into cake decorating in my teens when dad would make me ice a lions cake for his work .. hated at the time but love it now.

     

    And yes.. I will very much miss M&S this christmas..

     

    Do we order through you? or direct from website?

     

    Thanks

    Danni

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    your not in england anymore,get over it and throw a shrimp on the barbi christmas day!!!!! ;-)

     

     

    Oh come on, just because we now live in a different country there is nothing wrong with still liking and wanting things that we have grown up with!!!!!.

     

    Post like this are really unhelpful.

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    Guest guest3462

    Well i'll be bringing myself a yummy deluxe toffee christmas pudding from Thorntons when I go back in a few weeks! And i'm sure i'll be having a look to see what I can sneak in my bags from M&S!!!

    Mmmm I can taste it now........

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    You've not been in Oz very long then because they do that in America. Here they tend to cook prawns. ;)

     

    Lol I wouldn't mind but he doesn't even eat seafood. it will be a roast turkey dinner for us :biglaugh:

     

    Oh come on, just because we now live in a different country there is nothing wrong with still liking and wanting things that we have grown up with!!!!!.

     

    Post like this are really unhelpful.

     

    I think you will find that was a joke comment by my OH you might not have noticed the wink on the smilie!!!

     

    Was going to put a helpful comment like woolworths have mr kiplin xmas slices but I dont think I'l bother now!!!!!!

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