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Anyone that like entertaining.......Have you seen this.........

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AbbaFan Sun 12-Oct-08 08:58:51

..... new product from Lakeland

They would be brilliant for parties.

BecauseImAWitch Sun 12-Oct-08 09:00:10

I bought one of these at a Pampered Chef party about 5 years ago, thinking "oh what a good idea" and I have never used it. blush

Tommy Sun 12-Oct-08 09:00:28

I saw that at a Pampered Chef party recently. It does look good doesn't it? I would worry that I would buy it and it would sit in my cupboard, still in the box (like the burger maker I got from Lakeland blush)

lizziemun Sun 12-Oct-08 09:01:29

I don't have dinner parties, but i do have one of thoose trays but use it for making fairy cakes in petit four cases for dd's.

S1ur Sun 12-Oct-08 09:01:44

Hmm, I think that would be useful actaully. CHeers. If not for parties then for children sized versions.

stitch Sun 12-Oct-08 09:02:13

a few friends bought that from pampered chef and have used it al ot. i would get that if i had an oven that works

AbbaFan Sun 12-Oct-08 09:02:50

Im going to get one.

I would use for parties, bookclub nibbles etc, but also you could make mini jam tarts for the kids.

MOrticiaAdams Sun 12-Oct-08 09:27:14

My links take ages to load, so I was reading the replies whilst I was waiting and I have to say, I was expecting something a little more exciting! Is it really worth £15, just so that you don't have to roll pastry out?

stitch Sun 12-Oct-08 10:34:45

yes.

AbbaFan Sun 12-Oct-08 10:41:12

eerrr... you would still need to roll the pastry out!

Tommy Sun 12-Oct-08 13:00:54

no you don't! You oput a little ball of pastry in the cases and dob them down with the dobber

AbbaFan Sun 12-Oct-08 13:53:28

oh blush had not even realised that - thought that dobber thing just helped put the pastry in place! Even better.

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