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    That time of year again...



    Free Delivery but in a dilemma on which pies to order.
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    Fuck those calorie laden, artery clogging maggot bags.

    Im on a fruit diet

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    ^Plus one. Pub grub for drunken chavs.

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    Deliver to Pattaya and they can my order any time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattaya Plies View Post


    Free Delivery but in a dilemma on which pies to order.
    Just be careful to only order one at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Deliver to Pattaya and they can my order any time.
    Yup, you look like part of the target market.

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    Ann's Butter Crust Pie's


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    Couple of pies every 7/8 months is hardly a major blowout or health risk.

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    Hmmm.....

    I reckon I'll order a few for the freezer.
    That's if I ever get them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattaya Plies View Post
    Couple of pies every 7/8 months is hardly a major blowout or health risk.
    As long as you balance your diet with McDonalds and 7-11 hotdogs.

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    Talking of pies...wouldn't it be great as Christmas, the season of giving, approaches if...oh, never mind.

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    You could always sponsor 100 pies Cyrille and take all the love, glory and goodwill that goes with it and rest it upon your trodden shoulders.

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    Not long now...

    This mouth-watering Christmas dinner pie has to be one of the best ways to use up your leftover Christmas food. It's the perfect Boxing Day treat, serving around 6 people and taking just 1hr to prepare and cook. This delicious pie is layered with leftover turkey, ham, stuffing as well as veggies too like carrots, Brussel sprouts and red cabbage. The shortcrust pastry pie keeps all of the flavours and juices neatly tucked inside ready for the big reveal. This recipe uses a genius time saving cheat of readymade shortcrust pastry but if you prefer making your own go for it! Serve with plenty of gravy and watch this meaty pie disappear in seconds.


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    Not impressed with Tinnies, wouldn't miss Simple Simon, LadyPies are ok and available so that's a plus, these look better and the curry's excellent bait as I'm still looking for a decent one in Pattaya, but alas no delivery so I shall stay with Nutella on dark rye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    this meaty pie disappear
    mmm the vanishing pies, Xterrestrials wearing buckets?, The Rapture? Sea monsters? DJ taleaway?

    I think the orphans scoffed 'em, all those delicious reheated Brussel Sprouts yum yum

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    I just emailed the good folk at Ann's Pies and they'll send me 9000 bahts worth of pies as soon as we can work out how to get them delivered.
    Seem like a friendly bunch.
    More anon.

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    Did you go particularly large on one specific meat or take a spread Crack ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattaya Plies View Post
    Did you go particularly large on one specific meat or take a spread Crack ?
    I think I'll get an assortment if we can work out the delivery.

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    Delivery here on Sunday so I best get a move on and place my order.

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    I would have loved to have ordered a few but unfortunately my freezer is packed full of pies that I get off another trusted member in Pattaya.

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    Lets hear it for rutabaga(or turnip) in "pies."

    Upper Peninsula Michigan "pasty."

    Pasties: The Meaty Center Of 'Yooper' Food : NPR

    To demonstrate, the brothers mix meat, onions, potatoes and rutabaga in a tub. Peter shakes in spices. The mixture is scooped — or "gobbed" — into the dough. Mike folds the crust over the stuffing, then shows off his special technique to seal the pasty up.
    The meat turnover was brought to Michigan's Upper Peninsula by immigrant miners from Cornwall, England,



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    Pies???!!! This is Thailand. Who needs pies when you fantastic Thai food on your doorstep. Cheap as chips as well.


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    Looks nice, SP, but you need a fried egg on top for it to look really authentic.

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    Cheap as Chips ?

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    ^ 20-30 baht.

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