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#11 Sat 22 Feb 14 6:27am

The White Rabbit

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From Sydney, Australia
Member since Tue 22 Jun 04

Re: pies

So where does calzone sit?

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#12 Sat 22 Feb 14 6:35am

JoyYamDaisy

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From Melbourne Australia
Member since Sun 12 Apr 09

Re: pies

We grew up with
meat pie (pastry top and bottom)
egg and bacon pie
(pastry just on the base)
shepherd's pie
(no pastry at all)
and mud pie
(Just pretend to eat it)
And yet I was sure I knew what a pie was!


Pie Joke
What pie can fly?

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#13 Sat 22 Feb 14 7:17am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: pies

JoyYamDaisy wrote:

We grew up with
meat pie (pastry top and bottom)
egg and bacon pie
(pastry just on the base)
shepherd's pie
(no pastry at all)
and mud pie
(Just pretend to eat it)
And yet I was sure I knew what a pie was!


Pie Joke
What pie can fly?

Didn't know egg and bacon pie. At some stage I had an acquaintance with quiche. Was it the same, Joy (the Lorraine version. Except I know it with ham), but with a "fancy" name)?

Dunno. What pie can fly?


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#14 Sat 22 Feb 14 7:19am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: pies

The White Rabbit wrote:

So where does calzone sit?

Good question. The ones I make look similar to pasties but with pizza-like dough.

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#15 Sat 22 Feb 14 7:50am

Ashen

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Occupation Why is the Rum always gone???!
From out to lunch
Member since Sat 07 Jan 06

Re: pies

The White Rabbit wrote:

So where does calzone sit?

quite happily in my Belly  wink

JoyYamDaisy wrote:

!


Pie Joke
What pie can fly?

shoofly pie?


Only a fool argues with a skunk, a mule or a cook.  { cowboy saying}
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#16 Sat 22 Feb 14 8:28am

Kiwi Kris

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Occupation Farmer
From New Zealand
Member since Sun 09 Jan 05

Re: pies

Maree, do you mean the "quiche Lorraine" or another quiche? I just did a search & found the lovely Anna's recipe posted here at Jamie's!

http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/memb … raine/3904

Joy! I remember those mud pies very well - messy business they were & fun!  tongue mrgreen

TWR! Interesting about the calzone! Like, Maree, has said they are like a pastie - though I'm trying to remember when I was working at a Café, how the Cook made hers - open or folded?   hmm   ...your Q is whether it is a (pizza) pie? I think probably - yes!

Ashen, you may be right with the "shoofly pie"!  lol  smile

Edit p.s. ...goodnite from me! good evening or good morning where-ever you all may be! wave

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#17 Sat 22 Feb 14 9:32am

The White Rabbit

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From Sydney, Australia
Member since Tue 22 Jun 04

Re: pies

Nice ashen

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#18 Sat 22 Feb 14 9:35am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: pies

Yep, Kris. Was referring to quiche Lorraine and wondering if same as bacon and egg pie (but with ham replacing the bacon in the quiche) smile.

Sleep well, Kris smile.

What's a "shoofly pie"? Must look it up smile.


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#19 Sat 22 Feb 14 9:52am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: pies

Maree wrote:

Kiwi Kris wrote:

TWR! Interesting about the calzone! Like, Maree, has said they are like a pastie - though I'm trying to remember when I was working at a Café, how the Cook made hers - open or folded

If the calzone wasn't folded, wouldn't it just be a pizza or a really weirdly topped pide?


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#20 Sat 22 Feb 14 9:55am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: pies

Kiwi Kris wrote:

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

Tarts. I'd forgotten about them wink.


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