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03-01-2014, 20:47   #17
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I got a spice bag last night. It did not disappoint. Thanks guys.
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In the history of the evolution of the "drunken munchies" ,it will be recorded that the Spice Bag inevitably led to the extinction of the Doner Kebab!
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Sunflower at the Orwell Shops do the best one.......they even extended their delivery routes to cater for the people raving about it
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Sunflower at the Orwell Shops do the best one.......they even extended their delivery routes to cater for the people raving about it
Agreed. I love getting Small/Large specials from there too.
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My OH is obsessed with spice bags. Our local Chinese has two types of chicken in theirs. There's big chunks of smoked chicken and then lightly battered chicken shreds.
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My OH is obsessed with spice bags. Our local Chinese has two types of chicken in theirs. There's big chunks of smoked chicken and then lightly battered chicken shreds.
:eek:That sounds fúcking gorgeous , where is it?
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:eek:That sounds fúcking gorgeous , where is it?

87 Chinese in Summerhill. Pricey enough but totally worth it!
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87 Chinese in Summerhill. Pricey enough but totally worth it!

How much. Curious what you are all talking about. Never heard about these spice bags before.
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How much. Curious what you are all talking about. Never heard about these spice bags before.
7 quid. Dear enough but there's plenty in it.
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7 quid. Dear enough but there's plenty in it.
Not that dear if its as good as you describe, you get what you pay for.
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chinese food is disgusting, indian is far superior
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Not that dear if its as good as you describe, you get what you pay for.
Very true! OH definitely thinks it's worth it.

Seems to be quite a variation in price across the Chineses. Ours only started doing it around the end of November/start of December. The special introductory price was 4euro! Getting very popular.
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I am all for eating things when you have no idea what they contain.

Just go for it OP, sight unseen, what could possibly go wrong?

*swan flies out of thread chased by a greyhound*
It a term of affection, it means you like my food, I like you, it really not that difficult to understand. It's like thank you for being a good customer, Enjoy
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I had never heard of a Spice Bag until thread. Looks savage!!
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