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    Default Heinz and hp spagetti

    which ones did you have to eat or shopped for ?
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    Default Re: Heinz and hp spagetti

    As far as i'm concerned, Heinz Noodle Doodles can never be beaten.
    Even though I know it's all the same stuff, Noodle Doodles always seemed to taste far better than any other tinned spaghetti.
    Plus it had that amazing theme tune.

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    I remember Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles spaghetti, one of them being pizza shaped.
    Sainsbury's had Numberelli, they were spaghetti numbers.

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    I remember Heinz making Invaders & Haunted House in the mid 1980s, which I would often have for tea.
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    Default Re: Heinz and hp spagetti

    oh very hard to beat mate.
    also loved invaders and haunted house ones.


    Quote Originally Posted by DemonEyeX View Post
    As far as i'm concerned, Heinz Noodle Doodles can never be beaten.
    Even though I know it's all the same stuff, Noodle Doodles always seemed to taste far better than any other tinned spaghetti.
    Plus it had that amazing theme tune.
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    Default Re: Heinz and hp spagetti

    As a kid mum used to mostly buy Heinz simply because it was the main brand that most shops sold.It was just straight forward spagetti or later on spagetti alphabets.Noodle doodles and the other fancy shaped types seems to belong more to my sisters childhood (80's).

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    spaghett alphabets where lovely.
    could do with some now.



    Quote Originally Posted by battyrat View Post
    As a kid mum used to mostly buy Heinz simply because it was the main brand that most shops sold.It was just straight forward spagetti or later on spagetti alphabets.Noodle doodles and the other fancy shaped types seems to belong more to my sisters childhood (80's).
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    I remember Heinz making Invaders in Tomato soup years ago. Now, they were lovely. The Heinz Spaghetti doesn't seem the same now. Watery sauce and slighly undercooked pasta.

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    Default Re: Heinz and hp spagetti

    oh i so agree on both counts.

    have had the spaghetti lately and its so watery no thickness at all.

    need to add your own tomato sauce to it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Powdered toast man View Post
    I remember Heinz making Invaders in Tomato soup years ago. Now, they were lovely. The Heinz Spaghetti doesn't seem the same now. Watery sauce and slighly undercooked pasta.
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