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    Connoisseur Ice-cream Emperor Nero (holeee-gawd)

    South Cape Marinated Feta. We use the oil as a salad dressing too.

    Wattle Valley chunky dip Exotic Thai. I have eaten a whole tub, don't even need crackers. Actually the basil, and the pumpkin are just as delicious!

    Windsor's Camembert and Quince crisps. These are my current faves.

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    Coles brand sour bears. They're only $1 and they are SO good.

    The Obela brand hommous with jalapeño topping - amazing (packs a bit of heat for those who love chilli).

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    The Cadbury salted caramel is great too! No wonder it sold out at my local coles so quickly.
    It had sold out at mine too, and I needed a block to make a salted caramel and Tim Tam fudge I was going to make this weekend. I'm going to have to make it a Top Deck and Tim Tam fudge instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    It had sold out at mine too, and I needed a block to make a salted caramel and Tim Tam fudge I was going to make this weekend. I'm going to have to make it a Top Deck and Tim Tam fudge instead.
    I ended up getting mine from a pokey little IGA

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    We have a pokey IGA at the end of our street. Might have to go and have a look today.

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    I stumbled across a cheese I hadn't noticed before at Woollies yesterday - Kraft Jalapeno. OMG - delicious!

    I also just tried some of the Coles brand snake lollies - YUM.

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    Chris' Heritage dips in terracotta pots. I got the cheddar with balsamic caramelized onion. Next up I'm going to try the blue cheese with fig compote and pistachio (3 of my favouritist things). I don't even care that most of the price is for the packaging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    Chris' Heritage dips in terracotta pots. I got the cheddar with balsamic caramelized onion. Next up I'm going to try the blue cheese with fig compote and pistachio (3 of my favouritist things). I don't even care that most of the price is for the packaging.
    Who sells these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkj View Post
    Who sells these?
    I have seen them in IGA and Woolworths. In Woolies they were with the deli cheeses, not just the dairy cabinet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    Chris' Heritage dips in terracotta pots. I got the cheddar with balsamic caramelized onion. Next up I'm going to try the blue cheese with fig compote and pistachio (3 of my favouritist things). I don't even care that most of the price is for the packaging.
    I've tried the blue cheese one, VERY blue-cheesey.
    I could only have a little bit of it.
    The little pot sold it to me too,


 

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