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Marie,
I'll have fresh pies and pasties every sat. And they last at least 7 days in the fridge, and I have until they're gone.
Unfortunately the shop is too small for any tables. But why not having the pie or the pasties by the lake?
Well, not today. Bit wet outside, innit?

Hope to see you here anyway. On Saturdays, i'll always have a bottle of white and red open, as I am a great believer in relaxed shopping.
Do your pies arrive Friday evening before closing? I don't do Saturday shopping - I have better things to do
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Re: Franky's cheese & more, Zug

Pies and Pasties just arrived an hour ago. will be open until 6.30.
Sun/Mon: Closed
Tue-Fri: 9.30-14.00/15.00-18.30
Sat: 10.00-16.00
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Re: Franky's cheese & more, Zug

Oh, btw: any scotsman/woman misses his Square Sausage??

Well, you have to come to Zug then...
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Re: Franky's cheese & more, Zug

The pickled onions wers fantastic along with the bacon.
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Re: Franky's cheese & more, Zug

Hi Franky!

Thank you for suggesting the Colston Basset Stilton cheese yesterday. We cannot wait to enjoy it tonight atop grilled angus sirloin (which I was barely able to snag at the supermarket before the weekend shut-down). And, the Sun-Pat ® smooth peanut butter is 'to die for'—seriously the best I have ever had!

See you soon!

Danielle
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Re: Franky's cheese & more, Zug

Do you have HP or Heinz baked beans
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Do you have HP or Heinz baked beans
If you can't find them elsewhere, you can get the Heinz beans in Coop. They are a smidge different from what I've had in the UK, but they're Heinz in the blue label.
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Re: Franky's cheese & more, Zug

The coop beans (Beanz) are really good, but as you say, evilshell, I think that they somehow seem more waterey (is this a word?) than the ones in the UK.
But 100 times more tasty than any of the psuedo baked beans that the swiss supermarkets sell.
Normally I have to put lots of curry powder in to make them edible. But I am biased - just remembered what goes well with beans. - deep fried and with batter preferably.
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If you can't find them elsewhere, you can get the Heinz beans in Coop. They are a smidge different from what I've had in the UK, but they're Heinz in the blue label.
and in Lidl too
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just remembered what goes well with beans.
Don't tell Mr Grapefruit, but I melted some Stilton cheese into my beans this afternoon (it had already melted once after I'd walked around Zurich in the sunshine with it in my bag for about six hours after buying it at the market in the Main Station a couple of Wednesdays ago... that's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it!) and it was quite delicious!

HP sauce can also be found in the foodhall at Globus.
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Don't tell Mr Grapefruit, but I melted some Stilton cheese into my beans this afternoon..
Let this be a warning to all those who are downwind.
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Do you have HP or Heinz baked beans
yes he does
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Re: Franky's cheese & more, Zug

Hi everybody.

I just to let you know that, along with great cheese from Neals Yard and fresh pies and pasties, we now have Yorkshire Pudding, a selection of Bagels, Muffins and Lancashire eccles Cakes on offer. We also changed the packing size of the bacon - the bacon is still the same great stuff for your butty...

Furthermore, towards November, we will have a great selection of Christmas Products, such as: Christmas Pudding, Brandy Butter and Minced Meat.

You can also order your Thanksgiving or Christmas Turkey with us...

We are looking forward to seeing you in the shop.
P.S: Why not come in on a Saturday - there is always a nice wine to try along with nibbles and cheese.

All the Best,
Franky
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Re: Franky's cheese & more, Zug

Not just CHEESE at FRANKY’s cheese & more!!
As well as a wide range of delicious British farmhouse cheeses from the famous Neal’s Yard in London, we have the perfect chutneys, pickles, wine and beer to accompany our cheese, fresh pies & pasties. You can also find proper British-cut bacon, Sausages, Crumpets, Yorkshire Pudding, Clotted Cream, Goose Fat…
What's more, we will be stocking a wide range of Christmas products, such as Christmas pudding, brandy butter and mincemeat. You can also order your Christmasturkey with us.
(please order before 12. December, pick up on 24.December).
Dinner party cheeseboards and gift hampers also prepared to your personal specifications.
Contact us on 041 711 58 92 or franky@frankyscheeseandmore.ch , or visit us at
Franky’s cheese & more, Neugasse 23, Zug.
Open: Tues-Fri 9.30-2pm & 3-6.30pm, Sat 10am-4pm
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Re: Franky's cheese & more, Zug

Its official:


Franky's cheese & more goes La Zuppa. Wintertime is Soup Time, so come in and get your Soups.


- Minestrone


- Red Lentil Soup with Green Curry & Vegis


- Curry Soup with Chicken


- Pot au Feu with Beef


- Tom Kha Gai with Chicken


- Pumpkin Soup with Rosemary


Meat Decl: Everything from Switzerland


Prizes vary 12.50 - 16.50 SFR for 450g.


Check it out.
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Re: Franky's cheese & more, Zug

been meaning to come down again franky,
maybe next week - looking forward to seeing your new products
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Re: Franky's cheese & more, Zug

hey,
true havent seen you in a while. hope you're fine.
I would suggest you come after the 21.11. I am expecting my next shipment with a great range of products, also Xmas gifts, to arrive next Friday.

Anyway. bring some time, and we can have a sip of red...
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been meaning to come down again franky,
maybe next week - looking forward to seeing your new products

Please bring me along. I'm itching to use up my little bag of Swiss coins.
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Please bring me along. I'm itching to use up my little bag of Swiss coins.
... or is it because of the red?
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... or is it because of the red?

No lah, I'm kind of allergic to alcohol. A few sips and I'll be barfing on your valued customers.

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