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    Are Charlie Bigham ready meals the best 'fresh' ones or am I wrong?

    Are Cook the best frozen ready meals or am I wrong?

    What's yer fave ready meal?

    Mine changes over time but Bigham's Fish Pie is great. Hard to beat that when trying at home.
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    Never eat ready made frozen meals myself. The grand kids like the Iceland roast chicken dinners though.
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    Are you posting this pissed by any chance? If not I would seriously consider....

    (P.S. The aforementioned C.B. Is not frozen)

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    dont eat them now. Aldi used to do some excellent lowish cal ones with tons of fresh veg in but typically anything I like doesnt last long
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    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    Are you posting this pissed by any chance? If not I would seriously consider....

    (P.S. The aforementioned C.B. Is not frozen)
    I know. Read my post. Have you been drinking?
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    YNWaN - Cook is a brand of frozen ready meals in case you didn't know and I identify Bigham's as 'fresh'. Does that help?
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    I see your a Waitrose shopper Justin. Whilst your in Waitrose, may I suggest the Pieminister pies ,they are excellent!
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    Yup they are. Sainsbury's do Bigham too.

    The Bigham Steak and Ale is good you just have to buy two in one go for 50p more than two Pieministers. I have just eaten one two nights on the trot. And you get free Ramekins which are very useful for ham, egg and cheese bakes
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    we have a lot of ready meals and I find Sainsbury and Tesco make some lovely ready meals . as does the co-op
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    Who sells decent Scotch Eggs these days? Supermarket examples are disgusting! Rather partial to a nice one.
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