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Postby Woody » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:39 pm

Meah`s - restaurant style curry sauces.

Gluten free, taste fantastic, I purchased 3 for £10, made in Luton as well. I believe they have a website, thought you might be interested, they had a stall up at Westwood Cross.
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Postby squirerichard » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:54 pm

Woody wrote:Meah`s - restaurant style curry sauces.

Gluten free, taste fantastic, I purchased 3 for £10, made in Luton as well. I believe they have a website, thought you might be interested, they had a stall up at Westwood Cross.


I shall look into that now!

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Postby squirerichard » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:58 pm

They're by the people who run Meah on Park Street.

http://www.curry-sauces.co.uk/

A great Christmas Present if I find the restaurant itself can cater for Gluten Free :)
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Postby petere » Tue Dec 22, 2009 5:11 pm

The cafe in worthing by our minigolf site serves gluten free biscuits. I tried one for 'gottfried research purposes' and it was bloody awful.
doesn't come recommended.

However, I'm sure that during the worthing classic the tea will be smashing.
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Postby squirerichard » Tue Dec 22, 2009 6:34 pm

petere wrote:The cafe in worthing by our minigolf site serves gluten free biscuits. I tried one for 'gottfried research purposes' and it was bloody awful.
doesn't come recommended.

However, I'm sure that during the worthing classic the tea will be smashing.


At least I'll be able to eat while I'm down there :)

If you think the biscuits are bad, try the bread.

The Trompon...sorry Pizza's and Pizza bases are very good though.
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Postby Ant » Tue Dec 22, 2009 7:04 pm

Richard - is it true you're standing as a local councillor in the next elections basing your campaign on a 'Gluten free Luton' ticket?

By the way, I can confirm that all food & drink sold from our courses kiosk will be gluten free - that's because we have no plans to sell any food & drink from our kiosk.
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Postby squirerichard » Sat Aug 16, 2014 3:42 pm

Today Emily and I helped break a Guinness World Record for the 'Largest Gathering of People Wearing Boater Hats' :-)

http://hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.co.uk/ ... ecord.html
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Re: Squire Richard

Postby Peter Jones » Tue Aug 26, 2014 2:49 pm

Have you tried any of Clive's gluten-free ready meals? They stock them in Holland & Barrett, and I think they're all vegetarian. They look a bit pricey but they have the Penny Sale a lot of the time, so you can get the second for 1p when it's on.
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Postby squirerichard » Wed Aug 27, 2014 11:31 am

Peter Jones wrote:Have you tried any of Clive's gluten-free ready meals? They stock them in Holland & Barrett, and I think they're all vegetarian. They look a bit pricey but they have the Penny Sale a lot of the time, so you can get the second for 1p when it's on.


Thanks for the suggestion Peter Jones :-)

I've had a couple of Clive's Pies before. Not all of the range are gluten free though.

The last one I had was bought from a health food shop in Kentish Town and I had to eat it in the street outside of the pub we were quizzing in that night. Team mates Emily, Skaggs and The Machine were able to have a sit-down slap-up feed.

And the quiz got cancelled because of the hot weather.
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Postby squirerichard » Wed Sep 03, 2014 8:52 am

World Alternative Games, Finger Jousting, World of Grip, Egg Throwing and a mention of Minigolf in this article http://www.lutontoday.co.uk/news/local/ ... -1-6274058
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Postby Peter Jones » Wed Sep 03, 2014 1:14 pm

I saw a girl the other day - late teens - wearing a rock-paper-scissors t-shirt.
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Postby squirerichard » Sun Dec 21, 2014 4:14 pm

The Ham & Egger Files blog is eight years old today http://hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.co.uk/ ... today.html
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Postby Peter Jones » Mon Dec 22, 2014 4:30 pm

Happy anniversary for the website. Back on the gluten-free topic: I wondered whether you've ever tried Marigold Braised Tofu - in tins from Holland & Barrett? There's a similar one that's been out for decades called Granovita Mock Duck, but that would likely finish you off, as it's based on wheat protein. The Braised Tofu is more tender and doesn't contain as much sauce.
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Postby squirerichard » Sun Dec 28, 2014 6:49 pm

Peter Jones wrote:Happy anniversary for the website. Back on the gluten-free topic: I wondered whether you've ever tried Marigold Braised Tofu - in tins from Holland & Barrett? There's a similar one that's been out for decades called Granovita Mock Duck, but that would likely finish you off, as it's based on wheat protein. The Braised Tofu is more tender and doesn't contain as much sauce.


Thanks Peter Jones.

No, I haven't tried that Tofu. I don't go into Holland and Barrett all that often.
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Postby squirerichard » Wed Mar 18, 2015 4:45 pm

If you are so inclined you can read my Gluten Free Journey blog on the Udi's gluten free website at http://udisglutenfree.co.uk/2015/03/18/ ... gottfried/
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