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Old 02-10-2008, 01:56 PM   #41
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Thanks for the great idea. What are mallowpuffs - choc marshmallow biscuits I am thinking.
Yep... plain biscuit with marshmallow on the top, covered in chocolate

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They now make Three Musketeers in mint too.... Wow are they great!
Mmmm.... why did you have to tell me that!! :)

Cath - they're sort of like huge Milky Way bars, but they taste better.
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Old 02-11-2008, 05:27 AM   #42
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Yep... plain biscuit with marshmallow on the top, covered in chocolate
Sounds like Arnott's Royal biscuits to me except that they have a layer of jam under the mallow.
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Old 02-11-2008, 02:59 PM   #43
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Sounds like Arnott's Royal biscuits to me except that they have a layer of jam under the mallow.
Yep, they're pretty much identical (except for the jam). Mallowpuffs are made by Griffins - not sure if you get that brand in Aussie
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Old 02-12-2008, 09:13 AM   #44
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Yeah, I've seen Griffins in the past but don't remember where. Probably at one of the import food shops. Will keep my eyes peeled.
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Old 02-16-2008, 02:30 AM   #45
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Smile I found them.......

Whilst wandering through Westfield in Sydney waiting for a medical appointment yesterday, I came across a chinese cooking supply shop and you wouldn't believe it. I found GRAHAM CRACKERS. The owner said that they get them in from Guam and the Phillipines due to there being a large US military contingency in that area of Asia-Pacific. I could not believe it. So I bought two packets and will let you know how I go.
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Old 02-21-2008, 06:08 AM   #46
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Wooooo Graham crackers here i come! i just want some for the sake of them LOL
Hey Cath how stupid am i, me and my partner were looking for shops so we see a big WESTFIELD sign in Sydney....u think it was the actual westfield?...nahh it was some hotel or something strange and i was thinking what da??? wasn't too impressed might i add haha.
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Wooooo Graham crackers here i come! i just want some for the sake of them LOL
Hey Cath how stupid am i, me and my partner were looking for shops so we see a big WESTFIELD sign in Sydney....u think it was the actual westfield?...nahh it was some hotel or something strange and i was thinking what da??? wasn't too impressed might i add haha.
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Sorry for not giving you enough info, the name of the shop is "Chow King" and it is in Westfield Parramatta on Floor 5 - same floor as the food court and just across from Coles and Baker's Delight. GC are located in about the third aisle - at the top of the aisle.

Hope you find it.

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Old 02-22-2008, 03:28 AM   #48
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You got a shopping centre with FIVE floors????? I think Myers and David Jones in the city only go to four including the ground floor. Any shopping centre here with more than two floors is office space.
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Old 02-26-2008, 05:36 AM   #49
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Sorry for not giving you enough info, the name of the shop is "Chow King" and it is in Westfield Parramatta on Floor 5 - same floor as the food court and just across from Coles and Baker's Delight. GC are located in about the third aisle - at the top of the aisle.

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OMG I soooo know which shop ur talking about, i make my bf go in it every time we go ahahaha, i feel the need for shopping coming on
thanks for the info!
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You got a shopping centre with FIVE floors????? I think Myers and David Jones in the city only go to four including the ground floor. Any shopping centre here with more than two floors is office space.
um..i think it might actually be 6 what do u reckon Cath?
we have another westfield in Bondi which goes over the road and another one in Chatswood that is huge as well, there is also a westfield in Miranda which is LONGGGG but only 3 stories and don't seem to change much lol
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