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Tuesday, 27 May 2008

The Price of Muffins


Someone asked how much muffins cost these days. Well, the going rate in Stalybridge is 19p each or 6 for £1.10!
Other delicacies on display for the delight of discerning shoppers include vanilla buns and slices, home-made scones, meat and potato pies, mince and onion pies, cheese and onion pies, winberry pies and apple pies.
And what's that lurking at the back? That's right - fresh tripe!

8 comments:

  1. Tripe, yummy!

    That seems pretty cheap for a muffin.

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  2. This is my favourite shop, I love the muffins especially the well done ones and the Winberry pie is to die for, They also sell cow heel pies.
    You've made me hungry now Martin!

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  3. are the large pies smaller than they were circa 1977?

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  4. anonymous juan27 May 2008 at 22:16

    Ecky-thump, they cannot be many Tripe Dressers left in the UK.

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  5. hi i would shop around you can buy 6 muffins off the market for 80p

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  6. Hi Greeny
    It's sometimes worth paying a little more for quality, I bet you've never been in M&S when you've got your 'Market' on it's door step LOL.

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  7. We plan to visit Stalybridge when we're on holiday - I shall have to look out for this shop :)

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