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Been watching out for them at Rimping and Tops (CNX) for several weeks but haven't spotted any yet.
You're right about the Prices....they were exorbitant at both places the last couple of years. [/quote]
As you're talking Chiang Mai, I saw them at the tiny Rim Ping at Mae Hia market. Not many so may be gone now. Price around 400 baht IIRC, but don't quote me on that.
EDIT: As with so many traditional Western foods, it would be an interesting project to make yourself.. And likely a lot cheaper.
I've never been able to find suet here (nor sixpences).
If you are seriously after suet then this lot will do it http://www.wwmco.asia/
Thanks for the reply but I am a regular there and I've asked for it several times - no have. Also tried Porky's, none there.
Atora vegetarian suet would be better for Xmas puds but I've never seen it here.
I'll be in the UK visiting family and friends over Christmas so I'll probably be sick of the sight of Xmas pud by the time I get home.
Sorry to hear WWMCO doesn't sell the suet, they sure advertise it. If I get a "no hab" from the staff there I email the boss. Also maybe not of use at the moment but a while ago Friendship had veggie Atora on the baking isle by the shelled nuts, jams etc....