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Offline trudy

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Hi Goldfish - yes you can order direct from the UK.  You can't pay for it online but if you give them a ring and ask for Lucy then you can pay by credit card.  Takes just a couple of minutes and they tell you that the book should just take 10 days to arrive but that you should have it before that.  I ordered on last week so should be here any day now!!!

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Trudy - thank you! As a matter of fact, I emailed UK TMX last night to ask them about shipping charges, etc. . . .haven't heard as yet but I'm sure they'll get back to me soon enough..  I really wanted to order it for my DD's birthday . . and then later on I'll order one for me . !!  ;D ;D

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Pity they arent selling it in oz :(
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We MIGHT eventually get it here in OZ as the Indian Cookbook is the UK one and that is very popular as well. Keep our fingers crossed!!
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Crossing fingers faffa :)
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See this is why digital books rock :) none of this stupid geographical boundaries, no postage costs, no import fees, not so much transaction fees.

That aside. Ooooo new Thermomix book. Must order :) More for the missus than me mind, she's the one that loves chocolate stuff.
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Lol tarasis.. How r u?? U getting any summer weather over your way??
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Hey Frozzie :) well enough (despite weight increase grr). Summer is hit and miss at the moment. Till about a week ago it was very cool (some days downright cold) and grey. The sun is coming out now in the low 20's which is hot enough for me; well too hot as the sun is stronger here for some reason so getting burnt when I shouldn't.
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Hope it stays in the 20s where u like it.. Careful of the sun... Your skin is prob in shock :(
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It was amusing the other day as a Texan, who has recently moved here, also said he thought the sun was stronger here (though not as hot).
Rob from Buchholz i.d.N, Klecken, Hamburg, formerly (England) Burgess Hill, Goring By Sea, Brighton, (Northern Ireland) Bangor and Newtownards.

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Do Texan's always have the biggest and the best? Perhaps not this time.  ;D ;D
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I have ordered this from bookdepository at a considerable price reduction from thermomix uk. I believe they post worldwide. They have a number of thermomix books in various languages I've noticed

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Re: I Love Chocolate, I Love Thermomix recipe review links - UK publication
« Reply #42 on: November 19, 2013, 03:31:07 am »
Hi everyone, I emailed the UK over the weekend to enquire about placing an order.  I got a reply from Louise saying it should be available to buy from the Aust HO soon, to save international postage. 

Just got off the phone from HO - they are going to start selling it from 25 November!!!  Woohoo!!  She also said it can be collected from HO for the Perthites to save on postage.  I am sure they are going to sell out pretty quickly, just make sure you leave one for me!!

TimTam  :)
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Re: I Love Chocolate, I Love Thermomix recipe review links - UK publication
« Reply #43 on: November 19, 2013, 07:30:32 am »
Thanks for that information.
May all dairy items in your fridge be of questionable vintage.

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Re: I Love Chocolate, I Love Thermomix recipe review links - UK publication
« Reply #44 on: November 26, 2013, 06:33:21 am »
For all of the Aussies, this book has just appeared as limited stock on the Thermomix.com.au site
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