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Kayb

FAO the Welsh contingent

Does anyone, who lives in the Brecon/Powys area, know if Joli-snaks are still trading?
They were the only place I could find that sold Dutch Frikandellen, but their website seems to have disappeared.
If they are still there I would be most grateful if you could give me an address or phone number.
Many thanks in advance
Karen

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Dottie May

FAO the Welsh contingent

Although I live in Monmouthshire I checked out Joli-snaks in the BT business directory which covers Brecon, Powys without success....sorry.

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Kayb

For Dottie

Many thanks for your quick reply Dottie, I have a feeling that they have gone bankrupt - or are otherwise off the map; but thank you for your help anyway.
Karen

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Joli Snacks

Kay, their Facebook page is live and it has a telephone number 01874 665227 and an email address of jolisnacks@mail.com


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Kayb

For Noreen

Thank you for that info Noreen, I have an inbuilt antipathy to Facebook - so I have E-Mailed them and hope I get a reply. It seems strange that they closed their website down.
Karen

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Yummy

Frikandellen


"Does anyone, who lives in the Brecon/Powys area, know if Joli-snaks are still trading?
They were the only place I could find that sold Dutch Frikandellen, but their website seems to have disappeared.
If they are still there I would be most grateful if you could give me an address or phone number.
Many thanks in advance
Karen"


I see this sometimes in Aldi, have you looked there ?

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Kayb

Dutch Frikkis

Thank you, everyone for your help. Noreen, I had my E-Mail returned as no longer active, so i phoned them. They have gone out of business as it was too expensive to import the Frikandellen, and do not intend to restart.
Yummy the type of Frikandellen that Aldi, Lidl, Tesco et al sell, are the German ones that are similar to a rissole; the Dutch are like long sausages - I do have a receipe but am not sure how it will turn out.
Karen

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Yummy

Frikandellen


" Thank you, everyone for your help. Noreen, I had my E-Mail returned as no longer active, so i phoned them. They have gone out of business as it was too expensive to import the Frikandellen, and do not intend to restart.
Yummy the type of Frikandellen that Aldi, Lidl, Tesco et al sell, are the German ones that are similar to a rissole; the Dutch are like long sausages - I do have a receipe but am not sure how it will turn out.
Karen"

Ah, sorry Karen, I assumed they were the same thing, do they taste the same ?

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Kay

Is it these?
http://www.typicaldutchstuff.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=Frikandellen&;x=0&y=0

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Kayb

For Yummy and Noreen

Yummy the German Frikandellen are more like our rissoles and are ground (minced) more coarsely than the Dutch; (it doesn't help that they have the same name). The Dutch are like a long thin sausage and are minced very finely, almost like a pate, and can be made from a variety of meats - mainly chicken, beef, and in some areas I have heard they use horse meat, with spices onions, garlick etc.
Noreen - that's the product! I had looked at the site - but have you looked at the cost of postage? It would be worth it if there were several of you that got together, but not for one, but thank you fr the thought.
Karen

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Kay

So close but so far away! What a shame....

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Henrithecook

Frikadellan

I bought some in Aldi a few weeks ago.

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Henrithecook

Frikadellan

Sorry, posted my suggestion about Aldi before I read your comment.

 
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