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Old 27.03.2020, 11:04
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The order arrived this morning safe and sound. Thank you!

Any tips for re-heating the hot cross buns from frozen?
Do you speak German? I was checking same thing on this website 5 minutes ago.

For buns scroll all the way down.
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Old 27.03.2020, 12:31
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The order arrived this morning safe and sound. Thank you!

Any tips for re-heating the hot cross buns from frozen?
The ones we sent to you yesterday were baked fresh on Wednesday. But if you want to freeze them to use later, just let them de-frost on their own. You can eat them just like that, but I would say 5 mins in a 150c oven will give them that fresh baked texture and smell. Thanks!
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Re: The British Cheese Centre of Switzerland

Merci !

They actually for the Mrs, as an Easter treat.
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Re: The British Cheese Centre of Switzerland

Sorry to ask a dumb question but is there a ‘day’ to roll out the buns? Good Friday, Easter Sunday, etc.

They are resting safely in the freezer.

I’d like to ‘surprise’ the bride if I can.
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Sorry to ask a dumb question but is there a ‘day’ to roll out the buns? Good Friday, Easter Sunday, etc.

They are resting safely in the freezer.

I’d like to ‘surprise’ the bride if I can.
Good friday is the traditional day to eat them. They were traditionally eaten to mark the end of lent.
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Re: The British Cheese Centre of Switzerland

Enjoying our cheese and oat cakes which just arrived today! Delicious and we definitely plan to reorder . Hang in there as many are rooting for you and other small business owners!

Speaking of which, I was contacted by a wine merchant who is offering a 20% discount on his inventory with free delivery in Switzerland.

PM me if you need more info regarding his offer/inventory!
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Enjoying our cheese and oat cakes which just arrived today! Delicious and we definitely plan to reorder . Hang in there as many are rooting for you and other small business owners!

Speaking of which, I was contacted by a wine merchant who is offering a 20% discount on his inventory with free delivery in Switzerland.

PM me if you need more info regarding his offer/inventory!
Thanks for the order and the feedback. The last 10 days have been crazy, we had over 3 months of average web orders in just 10 days, hopefully we didn't mess any of them up but it was pretty hectic.

Please, send me the link for the wine!
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