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Written on: 11/11/2010 by saponaro (1 review written)
I agree with you the product is great and like many more buying them is a real problem. I have been in touch with whitworths they gave me a list of locations. I have found that Great Scot Marrow Fat Dried Peas can be bought from ASDA… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/09/2009
what value for money, i've been buying Whitworths Dried Marrowfat Peas for years. there quick and easy to make and taste delicious. i have often recommended them to family and friends. my only problem now is WHERE CAN I BUY THEM? they seem to have disappeared off the shelves of morrisons… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/02/2009 by Mushie Lover (1 review written)
Whitworths Dried Marrowfat Peas has to be one of the tastiest, value for money product on the market. Unfortunately Tesco in their infinite wisdom have stopped selling them. You can only buy expensive little boxes of Bachelors - a complete waste of time… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/01/2009 by UK Yank (1 review written)
Whitworth's marrowfat peas make great pea soup. I don't live in the UK anymore and whenever we go back to visit, or someone visits us, a few kilos of Whitworth's marrowfat peas always end up crossing the Atlantic. Lovely soup!… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/10/2008 by mazrutts (1 review written)
Economical to buy and cook. Mum in law gave me best advice on cooking : soak overnight - rinse - cover with water - add 2 tablespoons sugar and one of salt. Bring to simmer and turn off and leave to stand. Do this twice during the day before heating steadily til mushy enough, which does not take long.
I always cook too many as they are great next day reheated in microwave.
I am finding it difficult to find a supermarket now that stocks the large bags and would appreciate information on… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2003 by Bertie (27 reviews written)
With Whitworths Dried Marrowfat Peas costing 65p for a Kilogram (2.2lbs.) bag, this weight increases to almost 5lbs. after soaking overnight which makes the cost about 13p per pound. This is rock-bottom price for one of the most tasty and nutritious vegetables on the market. No tinned peas come close for taste leave alone price.
The Cream of Pea Soup recipe on the bag produces the most delectable concoction without too much effort but these peas, when boiled to a mushy state, really require the… Read Full Review
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