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#1 Thu 20 Feb 14 10:17pm

user2014

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From kuklen,plovdiv,bulgaria
Member since Sun 05 Jan 14

pies

next month s challenge will be about pies,show your great pie ideas and i will see who is the winner by this criterium - decoration,stuffing and what and how muuch contains.


enjoying cooking easy and fast...
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#2 Thu 20 Feb 14 10:30pm

mummza

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Member since Tue 04 Oct 05

Re: pies

User2014 , it's the winner of this months challenge that gets to tell us next months challenge .
Then they are the one that pick the winner too.

Do you have a name that you could use on the forum ?
It's a bit odd having to write 'user2014' I think a proper name would be much more friendly .

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#3 Thu 20 Feb 14 11:21pm

JoyYamDaisy

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From Melbourne Australia
Member since Sun 12 Apr 09

Re: pies

User2014,
Here's a question (that might start an argument!)...
What is your definition of a pie?

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#4 Thu 20 Feb 14 11:45pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: pies

JoyYamDaisy wrote:

User2014,
Here's a question (that might start an argument!)...
What is your definition of a pie?

You're brave, Joy wink.


"Cook with love and laughter ..."
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#5 Fri 21 Feb 14 12:25am

JoyYamDaisy

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From Melbourne Australia
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Re: pies

lol yes! So brave!

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#6 Fri 21 Feb 14 8:14am

Kiwi Kris

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Member since Sun 09 Jan 05

Re: pies

Hi User2014! Along with Mummza, I also have been wondering if you may like to share with us a "nickname" for yourself? That's of course if you wish to?! Cheers! smile

Pies! Mmmm! I dined out tonite with my hubby & I chose a yummy shepards pie with steamed veges!  yummy

I've made homemade mince & cheese pies + bacon & egg pies, but not at the new place here, as, the stove needs upgrading!  whistle  mrgreen

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#7 Fri 21 Feb 14 8:41am

Ashen

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From out to lunch
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Re: pies

we could always pick our own nickname for them  ..  easiest would be to go leet speak


user  2014...    2014 in leet.   ZOLA wink

ZOLA   - I think we need to know what you mean by pie.  Sweet dessert like device or savoury ? Also could refer to pizza I guees.


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Look in a mirror.
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#8 Sat 22 Feb 14 12:25am

Kiwi Kris

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Re: pies

Ashen! I like your suggestion of, Zola!  cool  Tho, for a male name maybe - Zolton!

What do you think, User2014?! wink

Yes! I'm aware, Joy, Maree & Ashen, that a "pie" can refer to a different sort-of-Pie in different parts-of-the World!

My all-time fave sweet pie is an ~ Apple Pie!

And, savoury pie is a ~ Potato-top Pie! (which is similar to a cottage pie, but there is pastry on the bottom!)

Tho, Ashen, I sooo love Pizza! yummy ...over here in N.Z. a pizza isn't refered to as a pie, so, that's an interesting fact to know, thanks!  thumbsup

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#9 Sat 22 Feb 14 12:49am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: pies

Kiwi Kris wrote:

Ashen! I like your suggestion of, Zola!  cool  Tho, for a male name maybe - Zolton!

What do you think, User2014?! wink

Yes! I'm aware, Joy, Maree & Ashen, that a "pie" can refer to a different sort-of-Pie in different parts-of-the World!

My all-time fave sweet pie is an ~ Apple Pie!

And, savoury pie is a ~ Potato-top Pie! (which is similar to a cottage pie, but there is pastry on the bottom!)

Tho, Ashen, I sooo love Pizza! yummy ...over here in N.Z. a pizza isn't refered to as a pie, so, that's an interesting fact to know, thanks!  thumbsup

We've been down this path before with pies v flans wink.

Pie to me has a topping or "lid".

Flan is "open" (without a topping or lid) to me. But I've become aware "elsewhere" that in some parts of the world what I know as a creme caramel (or similar) is also known as a flan.

And pizza is never referred to as "pizza pie" here, either, Kris smile.


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#10 Sat 22 Feb 14 5:55am

Kiwi Kris

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From New Zealand
Member since Sun 09 Jan 05

Re: pies

wave Maree! I can remember sharing a yummy pecan pie with a girlfriend once at a restaurant - the pecan pie was like a flan - so that's another example & also another way to have a pie/flan combo is using the "criss-cross"/laced topping - which may be considered a "tart" then exclaim

Yes siree! Joy! Everyone's definition can indeed differ! All I know is I love ~ pies, flans, tarts, crumbles!!!  yummy All in moderation btw/by the way!  mrgreen

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