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Re: Greggs

Post by a layer of chips » Thu Mar 11, 2010 11:38

The last week or so I have been seduced by the gentle pleasures of Greggs rock cakes.

Has anyone else partaken?

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Re: Greggs

Post by Christian Foxtrot » Thu May 20, 2010 19:12

I've heard that they improved their recipe for the Cornish pasties. Am a bit worried about this.

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Re: Greggs

Post by moopind » Wed Aug 11, 2010 15:42

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Re: Greggs

Post by humblebee » Tue Oct 18, 2016 13:41

a layer of chips just posted this on Facebook instead of Anorak because he hates us

Greggs are launching a delivery service and life is about to change forever

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Re: Greggs

Post by Wheatabeat » Wed Oct 19, 2016 00:00

Tried two 'new' things from Greggs on Saturday. Well, they may not be new, I've not had anything from there in a few years.

Katsu Chicken Pasty
Hmm, pretty decent. Very mellow curry flavour, bit of background heat. A sort of coconutty curry concoction. The yellow crusty stuff on the outside was a bit weird though.

Pulled Pork Roll
Bit sweet for my tastes, but really nice. I'd bought it for my little lad but he complained it was too spicy for him, the mard. Doesn't know what he's missing that lad.

Anyone had the Bombay potato thing? That looked nice.
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Re: Greggs

Post by humblebee » Wed Oct 19, 2016 09:47

Wheatabeat wrote:Anyone had the Bombay potato thing? That looked nice.
Tell me more!

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Re: Greggs

Post by Wheatabeat » Wed Oct 19, 2016 11:20

humblebee wrote:
Wheatabeat wrote:Anyone had the Bombay potato thing? That looked nice.
Tell me more!
My Curry Pasty was a choice winner vs the Bombay Potato pasty. I need to try one now!


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Re: Greggs

Post by humblebee » Wed Oct 19, 2016 11:29

Oooh, hello you.

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Re: Greggs

Post by humblebee » Mon Nov 07, 2016 19:51

ONION BHAJI BURRITO

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Re: Greggs

Post by humblebee » Tue Aug 29, 2017 11:42

Everyone! Yesterday I had a limited edition vegetable katsu pastie. Veg and chickpeas (chickpeas!) in a sort of chip shop curry sauce. The pastry had sort of crispy bits on as well (see Wheatabeat passim - I really liked that though!). I'm probably not doing it justice but it was a thing of profound wonder. You should all go to Trowell services on the M1 northbound near Nottingham and have one.

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Re: Greggs

Post by tonieee » Tue Aug 29, 2017 11:56

humblebee wrote:
Tue Aug 29, 2017 11:42
Everyone! Yesterday I had a limited edition vegetable katsu pastie. Veg and chickpeas (chickpeas!) in a sort of chip shop curry sauce. The pastry had sort of crispy bits on as well (see Wheatabeat passim - I really liked that though!). I'm probably not doing it justice but it was a thing of profound wonder. You should all go to Trowell services on the M1 northbound near Nottingham and have one.
Sounds lovely - I'm going to stop at every Greggs I can find on my way back to Sheffield from Scotland to see if I can get one.

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