Old Age Strikes Again.

  morddwyd 23 Apr 11
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This time a major blow - no more Fray Bentos pies.

They're too big for the electric opener, and my arthritis is no longer up to a manual tin opener.

The end gets ever nigher!

  wiz-king 23 Apr 11
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Should not be a problem, try this.

  lotvic 23 Apr 11

they've got those on Amazon as well, and I'm sure I've seen them in shops in town.

  buteman 23 Apr 11

[They're too big for the electric opener] And no good with the manual opener either. Like you gave up trying to open them.

  buteman 23 Apr 11

Pie £1 Opener Price:£14.95. Looks like no more Pies.

  morddwyd 23 Apr 11

Wiz-king

I think you misread my post - they are too big for the electric opener

  wee eddie 23 Apr 11

you'll need to go for the frozen ones, then. Not quite as good but still passable.

  Quickbeam 23 Apr 11

"Pie £1 Opener Price:£14.95", but you can probably get a nice homemade pie in a cafe for less than a fiver.

  BT 23 Apr 11

Pukka Pies like they have in the Chippie are available in Tesco and probably most other supermarkets.

Pukka Pies.

Excellent pies, our favourites at present, and you don't need a tin opener.

  Bingalau 23 Apr 11

Petrol cost to Much Wenlock (Salop) Butcher's shop in main street from my house about £30. Cost of two dozen pies for freezing about £30. Satisfaction at having a proper Steak and Kidney Pie to scoff "Out Of This World". No openers required at all. A bit expensive innit? So next time anybody is going that way can they please call in and bring some up to me? "Thanks in advance!"

  wiz-king 23 Apr 11

No I didn't, these fit any can, you leave the can on the worktop and stick the opener on to it and it works it's way round it. you dont even heed to hold it.

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