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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    Scotch bonnet.
    Named after a Scottish hat so should be a Scot's bonnet.

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    Somebody, somewhere discovered or created it and that meant they got to call it whatever the fuck they wanted.

    Where are you going with this?

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    Not going anywhere simply pointing out that

    The use of Scotch for Scots or Scottish is otherwise felt to be incorrect, esp when applied to people

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    What a coincidence. I was just thinking of Scotch pies a few days ago. I have eaten quite a few in my time but it has been a couple of decades since I last ate one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    Scotch pies are traditionally mutton, or often mutton and beef. But for me it's just the style of pie.
    A Scottish farmer once told me Scotch pies were "made frae cast coos". Maybe that's how they made them 'round his way, though.

    On the style of pie, I do like that kind of pastry and prefer it to the crumbly shite on some other pies. Yours look great, Dirk.
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    A popular way of eating a Scotch Pie (at least in Scotland), is inside a morning roll, usually from the same baker's, as a breakfast.


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    I'd smash that.

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    I found a scotch egg in the supermarket today and yesterday a mate called and said he was on his way to buy $50 slabs of San might light and would I like one. FOOK YEAH . Decent bevvy this 5% about and not much calories so you loose weight the more you drink

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    Probably just have peas with the scotch egg.

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    ^ Good choice... you'll waste away!

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    Got me in the pie making mood. Just ordered from Amazon, 2 sets of 4 of these. Not fond of the throwaway aluminium type you get here, looking for something more substantial.


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    they look lush mr diggler...had a pie the other day and it was rancid... worst pie ive ever had.... miss eye's brand or something like that

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    I've been fucked over. turns out there only wee bottles of San MIG 330ml. Very disapointing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    they look lush mr diggler...had a pie the other day and it was rancid... worst pie ive ever had.... miss eye's brand or something like that
    You shit stirrer you. It will be handbags at dawn now

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    and not much calories so you loose weight the more you drink
    Phark yeah! I'll be on that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    I've been fucked over. turns out there only wee bottles of San MIG 330ml.


    Takes me back to a Christmas around 20 years ago, brother in law arrived carrying his box of Heineken.

    Opened it up and they were 330ml cans despite the large packaging.



    Still, he did have a green Santa hat with a flashing red star to wear while he drank them.

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    I really must pull my finger out a try your recipe Dirk I'll be honest and say I've never made a pie.

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    When I can be arsed I make a batch of various kinds. Beeef, carrot potato and onion in gravy.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    I really must pull my finger out a try your recipe Dirk I'll be honest and say I've never made a pie.
    You can always buy a refrigerated pastry from the supermarket which has already been rolled out and cut. I mean, first time pie baking and all.


    Dirk IS a professional baker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    You can always buy a refrigerated pastry from the supermarket which has already been rolled out and cut. I mean, first time pie baking and all.


    Dirk IS a professional baker.
    Good advice, shall give that a go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    You can always buy a refrigerated pastry from the supermarket which has already been rolled out and cut. I mean, first time pie baking and all.
    No point in making a pie then, bought pastry and maybe tinned filling, may as well just buy ready made pies! Buying ready to use ingredients should be a last resort, with the pleasure of cooking for me at least being creating something from scratch. That said, pastry work is indeed a pain in the proverbial, particularly here in Thailand because of the heat and humidity.

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    I made a lovely lamb stew last week that would have been even better in a pie.

    The pastry scares me, need to get onit like a car bonnet.

    Maybe a lamb stew pasty hmmm.

    The possibilities are endless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    Probably just have peas with the scotch egg.
    I'd go for baked beans myself

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