Pies for dinner!!!

 
  allan Chief Commissioner

I can cope with a 75c Woolworths frozen pie, zapped for five minutes, and rested, on a rack, for ten. But, to make it a meal, pour 300ml of home-made pea and ham soup over it, flavour it with a generous splash of vinegar, and colour it with a squirt of dead 'orse.

I'm unsure as to why we call this a floater - if the pie rose to the top, I don't think that I'd eat it!

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  GrahamH Chief Commissioner

Location: At a terminal on the www.
Gimme a good snake and echidna pie from a reputable bakery. Sadly scarce in summer though.
  apw5910 Deputy Commissioner

Location: Location: Location.
Gimme a good snake and echidna pie from a reputable bakery. Sadly scarce in summer though.
GrahamH
You want fries with that?
  Valvegear Dr Beeching

Location: Norda Fittazroy
GrahamH can keep his snake and echidna - I prefer koala and platypus; available all year round.
  Camster Chief Commissioner

Location: Geelong
When it comes to No name pies, when you want to cook one, go to the river and gather some rocks, boil these on the stove for a couple of hours, then for the final 40 minutes, get the pie out the freezer, put it in the oven with the rocks, when the 40 minutes is up, get out of oven, throw away the pie, and eat the rocks.
  allan Chief Commissioner

Probably easier to put the frozen pie, without rocks, in the microwave oven for five minutes, then let it cool (marginally) for five minutes, on a rack, where the pastry will harden up. Works for me!

I've eaten much worse food that cost a lot more than 75 cents.

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