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    Depends on which ingredients might be considered rogue.
    A lentil and mushroom pie might be excellent.
    Lentil, mushroom and pineapple - not so much.

    Now regarding the meat pie. The filling is the excuse to allow enjoyment of gravy-soaked pastry is it not ?
    And such pastry with a morsel of filling is heaven ?
    Most pies would be improved by halving the filling. Imho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    You know what pisses me off about pies? Steak and kidney. Buy a pie and then spend 5 minutes picking the bits of kidney out.
    Eeejit, the kidney is the best part of a Steak and kidney pie.

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    Pies
    Sausage rolls

    Chiko Rolls

    Any old rubbish :4th:
    Pasties

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    What is it?
    Nobody knows for sure
    But like almost anything that's deep-fried, crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside, and salty, they're addictive and bring back memories of sporting events attended as a kid.

    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    You know what pisses me off about pies? Steak and kidney. Buy a pie and then spend 5 minutes picking the bits of kidney out.

    Do you have the same problem in OZ/NZ with rogue ingredients spoiling a perfectly good pie?
    Pies with kidney in them are clearly marked, there's no surprises going on there. Cannot stand kidney either, to the point where I wouldn't even be able to eat a pie that's had the kidney removed due to their probably still being a residual taste on the pastry and meat. That shit is evil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Nobody knows for sure
    But like almost anything that's deep-fried, crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside, and salty, they're addictive and bring back memories of sporting events attended as a kid.


    Pies with kidney in them are clearly marked, there's no surprises going on there. Cannot stand kidney either, to the point where I wouldn't even be able to eat a pie that's had the kidney removed due to their probably still being a residual taste on the pastry and meat. That shit is evil
    Yeah, I cant stand it either (KW is obviously a weirdo ), but I do like steak though and these are the standard offerings in a chippy, so I sometimes have to bite the bullet and remove the kidney myself.

    First world problems, eh?

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    The kidney is demon food and to be avoided, especially in the fried lamb version.
    Pasties however are a means of destroying evil vegetables such as the swede and the turnip.
    Properly done they can be superb.
    Mmmm. Now I want one.

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    There's no reason for pasties to exist. They're just early versions of pies without the good bits.

    They are the neanderthals of the food world. Yes they existed and they contributed something to the DNA pool but you wouldn't marry one today.

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    Greened for speaking the truth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan B View Post
    There's no reason for pasties to exist. They're just early versions of pies ...... you wouldn't marry one today.
    Whereas -

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    Gotta be this one.


    3 pints of Guinness. This:



    Then another 3 pints of Guinness.

    Rolled home.

    One more of this:




    Then some single-malt on the sofa, and taken to bed via crane and harness.

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    ^ it's almost like both of those pictures are one and the same..

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    Sharp observation.


    It's just surprising that they haven't TD'd into a photo of, I don't know, a cartoon octopus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Sharp observation.
    They don't call me hawkeye for nothing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    They don't call me hawkeye for nothing..
    Nah . . . lom de hököga!

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    I must admit i am an aussie pie traitor. I'm very partial to a chicken camembert and leek pie. I have also been caught putting French's AMERICAN mustard on an Oz angus beef pie. I am deeply ashamed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    French's AMERICAN mustard on an Oz angus beef pie.
    At least use dijon! For the love of all that's holy.

    Next you'll be squirting a bottle of cheese whiz over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    I'm very partial to a chicken camembert and leek pie.
    Fancy pants . . . if you were from Sydney I'd suggest the north shore! New money! Pfft . . . chicken, camembert and leek?!

    (Sounds really nice . . . but ditch the Murkin yellow stuff, don't listen to the baboon butt and go for a spicy german mustard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    don't listen to the baboon butt and go for a spicy german mustard.
    Spicy?

    with camembert and leek?

    Way to kill the entire taste, it's not a currywurst ya heathen!

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    Had a delicious stout, beef and potato pie this afternoon that was absolutely lush.

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    Had an Irish stew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    it's not a currywurst ya heathen!
    Currywurst with mustard????? Curry and mustard?????

    Intifadas have been called for less.



    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    beef and potato pie
    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Irish stew.
    ^ How predictable . . . and just as predictable to continue the stereotypes, I made Rösti for dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Irish stew.
    ^ How predictable
    Well, according to my kids it was the best ever! Besides it was rainy and cold all day. Perfect for a stew.

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    Had a cornish pasty tonight for dinner with mash, peas and gravy.

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    homemade?

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