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Lidl's product recommendations please

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Blossomhill Tue 16-May-06 17:09:16

As archives not working please can we have another of these where we all say the products that we like/buy.

Thanks

Blossomhill Tue 16-May-06 17:10:29

I buy the 5 pack of apple juice cartons

slices of cheese

toilet rolls

cleaning wipes

fruit and veg

mini cornettos which are lovely

Also regularly buy things in their seasonal section

LadyTophamHatt Tue 16-May-06 17:14:11

Nappies
Wipes
Washing up liquid (the sensitive one, smells lovely but look like a bottle of errr....spunk!!!)
Crisps
Washing up sponges (the ones with the green on the back)

Washing powder(actually haven't used it yet but SIL says it's fab)

Sanitory towels (almost identical to "always")




ummmm
loads more but can't think of them....

LadyTophamHatt Tue 16-May-06 17:14:48

ohh...yes yes yes the pure apple and ornage juices.

alex8 Tue 16-May-06 17:15:05

ready made lasagne

olive oil

balsamic vinegar

potato salad made with creme freche -mmmmm

various chocolates with marzipan

PinkKerPlink Tue 16-May-06 17:15:48

i am not one for freezer food but their chicken kievs are fabfab fab

PinkKerPlink Tue 16-May-06 17:16:13

and the thin vacuum packed pizzas, which are about 1.20 in refrig

prettybird Tue 16-May-06 17:18:36

Cartons multi vitamin juice (sort of like a tropical ornage juice)
Parmesan
Mozarella cheese
Tomatoes on the vine
Tagliatelle
Basmati rice
Raspberry jam
Cornflakes (and dh is a real snob re his cornflakes! )
Dark chocolate bars (75% cocoa)
Tins of almons
Tortilla chips (Dorito look alikes)
Chicken nuggets (real bits of chicken breast)
Oven chips
Canned tomatoes
Pesto
EV Olive oil
Cava
Canned soups
Canned tomatoes (chopped and whole)
Premium bacon
Mini fromage frais (I presume: ds eats them!)
Bran flakes
Peanut butter
Plus various dairy prodcurs - milk, cream etc
Pizzas
Premium vanilla ice cream
Strawberry icecream
Chablis

satine Tue 16-May-06 17:18:55

Washing powder (have used it for ages, is fab), nappies, potato salad (mmmmmm), bratwurst (takes me back to my days in Berlin......), frozen wholetail scampi, fruit juice, tinned tomatoes. I avoid their baby wipes (v highly scented) and their fresh meat but I think most of the rest is fine.

LadyTophamHatt Tue 16-May-06 17:19:07

coleslaw...omg their colslaw is gorgegous!

Kelly1978 Tue 16-May-06 17:20:25

dill salad dressiing
guacamole
cream cheese stuffed peppers
spinach and ricotta pasta


Went in there for first time in ages last week and was amazed!

PinkKerPlink Tue 16-May-06 17:20:29

little pate's, they are about 69p for 5 tubes or something##honestly though i have NEVER been disappointed with lidl

PinkKerPlink Tue 16-May-06 17:20:30

little pate's, they are about 69p for 5 tubes or something##honestly though i have NEVER been disappointed with lidl

Kelly1978 Tue 16-May-06 17:21:08

oh and their sangria!

PinkKerPlink Tue 16-May-06 17:21:12

oh gosh i got all excited

alex8 Tue 16-May-06 17:21:27

which washing powder? There are loadsof types and the one I got wasn't very good.

prosecco is nice

someone on here recommended the pesto frozen pizzas that were very nice

a friend recommended their curry sauces I think, said there were hardly any odd e no. type ingredients

PinkKerPlink Tue 16-May-06 17:22:03

washing powder = itchy red blotchy child in our house

Blossomhill Tue 16-May-06 17:48:00

I also buy orange juice in glass bottle

mini chocolate bars called mister choc with a milky flavour

Is it really that much cheaper though?

prettybird Tue 16-May-06 18:49:42

It really is much chepaer for food - check the other stuff. 6 mini cartons of apple juice are 89p, tomatoes on the vine are cheaper than you would get ordinary tomatoes at Sainsbury's, the mini cartons of mulit-vit juice are currently half price at 64p.

The Cava is back to £3.69 (it was £2.72 for a long time), but it is perfectly respectable.

Parmesan and mozarella are also much cheaper.

My grocery costs are nearly half what they used to be: a combination of doing listsand menus, andonly going to Sainbury (for the expensive stuff ) once a fortnight.

sparkler1 Tue 16-May-06 18:52:46

oooh I nearly posted about Lidl's a couple of days ago. This week they have a sandpit in their leaflet. Was £37.99 - save £18 and pay £19.99. I shall be there on Thursday morning. We need a new one.

scienceteacher Tue 16-May-06 19:02:23

I like their deli products - lardons, continental cheeses.

I also like their pasta sauces.

Their coffee is a bit rough, but manageable for a pound a packet.

Juice and fizzy (or still) water is a giveaway.

Their biscuits are good, but I try to show restraint. And also their continental sweets.

Fresh flowers - a bargain.

I only really go to Aldi/Lidl when they have a special that I am interested in, and I tend to pick up the above when I am there.

Their fruit & veg is good value too - all class 2, but still cheaper than you'd think.

Their household products and personal hygiene products are cr@p, IMO. Their wine is too rough, even at £2 a bottle. Cereals don't pass the child test.

Spagblog Tue 16-May-06 19:05:26

rye bread
cien nappies
fruit juice
chocolate bars (fruit and nut )
fruit and veg
bakewell tarts are to die for
biscuits
quark
individual tiramisu - yum!

BettySpaghetti Tue 16-May-06 19:31:23

Dishwasher tablets
J cloths
Jams and Marmalade
Peanut butter
Fruit juices
Tinned butter beans
Pesto
Parmesan
Mozarella
Olive oil
Balsamic vinegar
Chocolate (esp. plain choc)
Gherkins/pickles
Various German sausages/salamis
Rye bread
Part-baked ciabattas
Muesli bars

BettySpaghetti Tue 16-May-06 19:31:57

ooh forgot:
kitchen roll
Man-size tissues

satine Tue 16-May-06 19:33:36

I have used their non-bio washing powder for ages with no problems - but have developed horrific allergic rash in unmentionable areas from that new posh Comfort fabric softener with almond oil in!!

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