Pies : Where do you buy your favourite and what is it

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Re: Pies : Where do you buy your favourite and what is it

Post by Russell » Sun 21 Jan, 2018 9:47 am

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had a Four&Twenty at the cricket yesterday. cost about $8.50 . actually wasn't too bad for a mass produced pie. I think it was one of their premium pies. I knew I was getting ripped off but had to go there.

It was my first pie for 2018.
4 for 6 at Coles TD.

That is some rip off - should be put in the clink.

By the way 4 'n twenty Angus beef is pretty good for mass produced - 4 for 8.50 / 6 on special.


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Post by underdog » Sun 21 Jan, 2018 11:45 am

Garlo's pies are pretty decent for a supermarket pie
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Post by formerguest » Sun 21 Jan, 2018 12:17 pm

Russell wrote:
Sun 21 Jan, 2018 9:47 am
Tigerdon wrote:
Mon 08 Jan, 2018 11:19 am
had a Four&Twenty at the cricket yesterday. cost about $8.50 . actually wasn't too bad for a mass produced pie. I think it was one of their premium pies. I knew I was getting ripped off but had to go there.

It was my first pie for 2018.
4 for 6 at Coles TD.

That is some rip off - should be put in the clink.

By the way 4 'n twenty Angus beef is pretty good for mass produced - 4 for 8.50 / 6 on special.
Yeah, they are my choice from the freezer department.

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Post by Demps » Sun 21 Jan, 2018 6:38 pm

lol @ super market pies.
invest in a pie maker, they're cheap.
make your own pies, put whatever you want in them.

trust me, best pies you'll ever taste.
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Post by Tigerdon » Mon 22 Jan, 2018 8:06 am

I made a cracking Beef & Guinness pie last week. The key was searing the diced Garvey beef first. I put the raw small chucks into a plastic bag with a small amount of flour and shook it until they were all dusted with flour then seared it and chucked some onion in as well. Once it’s all seared add some stock and greated zucchini or an other veg. Start slow cooking it in a pot and add a bottle of stout.
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Post by shifty » Mon 05 Mar, 2018 8:29 am

The Humble Pie shop at The Entrance, always stop in after a bit of a fishing session. Curry Beef with big chunks of steak...bliss

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Post by happy tiger » Mon 05 Mar, 2018 10:39 am

shifty wrote:
Mon 05 Mar, 2018 8:29 am
The Humble Pie shop at The Entrance, always stop in after a bit of a fishing session. Curry Beef with big chunks of steak...bliss
I'm guessing you aren't getting too many fish then :D

Fresh fish yum ;)

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Post by Go You Good Things » Mon 05 Mar, 2018 12:24 pm

happy tiger wrote:
Mon 05 Mar, 2018 10:39 am
shifty wrote:
Mon 05 Mar, 2018 8:29 am
The Humble Pie shop at The Entrance, always stop in after a bit of a fishing session. Curry Beef with big chunks of steak...bliss
I'm guessing you aren't getting too many fish then :D

Fresh fish yum ;)
Fishing, and importantly it's success, is a science that falls prey to the whims of many factors. Tides, bait, moon, gear, etc, etc, etc, etc.
The success in a pie shop revolves around you having $6.50 in your pocket.
So, going down the road for a pie is a much greater chance of succeeding. Fisherman's excuse #126 :lol:
And yes . . . . fresh fish are yum. Especially the humble whiting and flathead. Skinless, boneless fillets. Mmmmmm.

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Post by happy tiger » Mon 05 Mar, 2018 12:38 pm

Go You Good Things wrote:
Mon 05 Mar, 2018 12:24 pm
happy tiger wrote:
Mon 05 Mar, 2018 10:39 am
shifty wrote:
Mon 05 Mar, 2018 8:29 am
The Humble Pie shop at The Entrance, always stop in after a bit of a fishing session. Curry Beef with big chunks of steak...bliss
I'm guessing you aren't getting too many fish then :D

Fresh fish yum ;)
Fishing, and importantly it's success, is a science that falls prey to the whims of many factors. Tides, bait, moon, gear, etc, etc, etc, etc.
The success in a pie shop revolves around you having $6.50 in your pocket.
So, going down the road for a pie is a much greater chance of succeeding. Fisherman's excuse #126 :lol:
And yes . . . . fresh fish are yum. Especially the humble whiting and flathead. Skinless, boneless fillets. Mmmmmm.
Well the Travellers Inn where you get the favoured pies of mine , you go fishing and you miss out on your favoured pie :lol:

Love whiting and flathead , favourite however is red throat emperor and Spanish Mackerel

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Post by Go You Good Things » Mon 05 Mar, 2018 1:27 pm

Happy, if I could catch red throat and Spaniards in my local river here in Sydney, I'd be into them quick smart !!!!
It's hard work bragging to a qlder about just how honourable it is to catch 47cm whiting.
You guys are spoilt. Enjoy !!!!

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Post by shifty » Mon 05 Mar, 2018 1:33 pm

happy tiger wrote:
Mon 05 Mar, 2018 10:39 am
shifty wrote:
Mon 05 Mar, 2018 8:29 am
The Humble Pie shop at The Entrance, always stop in after a bit of a fishing session. Curry Beef with big chunks of steak...bliss
I'm guessing you aren't getting too many fish then :D

Fresh fish yum ;)
Not for a while now, they’ve dredged the mess out of the lakes, however off the beach it’s still happy days somewhat...but the drive for the pie well worth it 😁

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Post by happy tiger » Mon 05 Mar, 2018 1:44 pm

shifty wrote:
Mon 05 Mar, 2018 1:33 pm
happy tiger wrote:
Mon 05 Mar, 2018 10:39 am
shifty wrote:
Mon 05 Mar, 2018 8:29 am
The Humble Pie shop at The Entrance, always stop in after a bit of a fishing session. Curry Beef with big chunks of steak...bliss
I'm guessing you aren't getting too many fish then :D

Fresh fish yum ;)
Not for a while now, they’ve dredged the mess out of the lakes, however off the beach it’s still happy days somewhat...but the drive for the pie well worth it 😁
Yes know the feeling , they dredged our Harbour about 6 years ago along with all the heavy metals that were sitting on the bottom

Goodbye Live coral trout industry , mud crabs and prawning and we get a gas plant in return

Anyway getting off subject , wish I was tucking into a scallop and chorizo pie from the Travellers Inn at Gin Gin right now

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Post by Byron Bay Fan » Thu 05 Apr, 2018 9:12 pm

there is a footie crazy fan who turns up at woollies almost every morning and wears odd socks every time - the team socks of two NRL teams who are playing that day or whatever. He is sour because cannot purchase I think it is Cowboy socks because they are owned by Toyoto or something like that. He is about 75-80 years old and a roosters fan and as friendly as hell.
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Post by Fade To Black » Fri 06 Apr, 2018 2:42 pm

So he eats sock pies? That is what this thread is about. Do you happen to see this "crazy sock guy" in the mirror every morning BBF?

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Post by Cultured Bogan » Fri 06 Apr, 2018 2:44 pm

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So he eats sock pies? That is what this thread is about. Do you happen to see this "crazy sock guy" in the mirror every morning BBF?
He must be looking in the produce cabinet mirrors at the Woolies.
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Post by Geo. » Fri 06 Apr, 2018 4:13 pm

Fade To Black wrote:
Fri 06 Apr, 2018 2:42 pm
So he eats sock pies? That is what this thread is about. Do you happen to see this "crazy sock guy" in the mirror every morning BBF?
Yeah I know..I think BBF was drinking the bong water again playing with a sock puppet...
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Post by Byron Bay Fan » Fri 06 Apr, 2018 8:56 pm

have your laughs but has anyone everyone ever seen such a keen fan that has the socks of about 16 teams and religiously wears them on whatever teams are playing? I wonder what he does when there are a few games on the one day.
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Post by Geo. » Fri 06 Apr, 2018 8:58 pm

Byron Bay Fan wrote:
Fri 06 Apr, 2018 8:56 pm
have your laughs but has anyone everyone ever seen such a keen fan that has the socks of about 16 teams and religiously wears them on whatever teams are playing? I wonder what he does when there are a few games on the one day.

Probably deserves it's own thread..

PIES certainly do..
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