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Terry

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Hi, potato ricers on offer at liddle £6
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you should try one for lumpy free spuds.Much easier than bashing around a pan:ROFLMAO::thumb:
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You know what Terry - for the past 4 years I have been driving past a lidl 4 times a day and keep saying I must take a look.............. so now I am going to!! Not for a potato ricer, cos I use a soup blender for mine:winky: But your link shows lots of other goodies. I can't wait to tell my other half how much money I have saved him :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 
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You know what Terry - for the past 4 years I have been driving past a lidl 4 times a day and keep saying I must take a look.............. so now I am going to!! Not for a potato ricer, cos I use a soup blender for mine:winky: But your link shows lots of other goodies. I can't wait to tell my other half how much money I have saved him :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
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Hi so long AS HE DOES NOT BLAME ME:ROFLMAO:you can boil the spuds in jackets them rice them, it leaves the skin in the ricer (no peeling spuds)also mashes eggs etc,
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Potato Ricer????

Does that not cause extra cleaning up?

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Potato ricer does make a bit of a mess (in my hands) but the spuds are lovely

Well worth it for Sunday lunch but probably too much of a faff for midweek.

We got ours when we cleared my Mum's flat - she had had it for at least 60 years and it still works as it should.
 
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Potato ricer does make a bit of a mess (in my hands) but the spuds are lovely

Well worth it for Sunday lunch but probably too much of a faff for midweek.

We got ours when we cleared my Mum's flat - she had had it for at least 60 years and it still works as it should.

Hi Dave I just throw ours in the D/washer at home and use a hedge hog type brush in the van --- it is must have gear !!!! along side screens:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::thumb:
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