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#21 Sat 22 Feb 14 10:41am

JoyYamDaisy

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From Melbourne Australia
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Re: pies

Hi Kris, Maree, Ashen, White Rabbit,

The pie that can fly is a magpie!

(you don't get much funnier than that!)

Maree I never got my mum's recipe for the egg and bacon pie we had growing up. When quiches came in I was a teenager and they seemed an elegant creamy version of an egg and bacon pie.

10 minutes later....

I found the recipe! http://recipevintage.blogspot.com.au/20 … 1960s.html I am pretty sure the one we had was that simple, and I am not even sure the eggs were that well beaten, I remember it as blobby swirls of yellow and white.
There is a beautiful English egg and bacon pie with pastry top and bottom, but ours was extremely simple. I am so glad to have found the recipe.

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#22 Sat 22 Feb 14 10:46am

The White Rabbit

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From Sydney, Australia
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Re: pies

isn't a pide just a yeasted savoury type of free-form pie?

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#23 Sat 22 Feb 14 11:09am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
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Re: pies

The White Rabbit wrote:

isn't a pide just a yeasted savoury type of free-form pie?

big_smile

This is what I know as pide:


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#24 Sat 22 Feb 14 11:15am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
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Re: pies

And here's a recipe for a fairly "conservative" one:

http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/13109/f … inach+pide


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#25 Sat 22 Feb 14 8:41pm

Kiwi Kris

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Re: pies

Maree wrote:

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.

Thanks, Maree! I hope you slept well too?! smile
Oh sorry! I now see what you were meaning with comparing the quiche Lorraine & b&e pie!

Here's a link (courtesy of Wiki) about a shoofly pie!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoofly_pie

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#26 Sat 22 Feb 14 8:55pm

Kiwi Kris

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Member since Sun 09 Jan 05

Re: pies

JoyYamDaisy wrote:

Hi Kris, Maree, Ashen, White Rabbit,

The pie that can fly is a magpie!

(you don't get much funnier than that!)

Maree I never got my mum's recipe for the egg and bacon pie we had growing up. When quiches came in I was a teenager and they seemed an elegant creamy version of an egg and bacon pie.

10 minutes later....

I found the recipe! http://recipevintage.blogspot.com.au/20 … 1960s.html I am pretty sure the one we had was that simple, and I am not even sure the eggs were that well beaten, I remember it as blobby swirls of yellow and white.
There is a beautiful English egg and bacon pie with pastry top and bottom, but ours was extremely simple. I am so glad to have found the recipe.

wave Hi Joy! And, thanks for your reply!
(Sorry, I'm not sure how to double quote - so have started a new "post"!)

Ohhh! A magpie - of course!!! lol 

( I call them maggiepies to our doggy, Rocky - who doesn't like them anywhere near our section/lawn!)

Mmmm! Your 1960's Bacon & Egg Flan recipe sounds nice yummy , thanks Joy!

Hi TWR! I hadn't heard of a "pide"! Though, last night I goggled pizza or it may have been calzone & it had a picture of a French open calzone!
Edit: Here's the link to Wiki - scroll down the page (on the right-side) to see the French version photo, TWR & All! smile

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calzone

Nice pic of a pide, thanks, M!  thumbsup

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#27 Sat 22 Feb 14 9:52pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: pies

JoyYamDaisy wrote:

Hi Kris, Maree, Ashen, White Rabbit,

The pie that can fly is a magpie!

(you don't get much funnier than that!)

Maree I never got my mum's recipe for the egg and bacon pie we had growing up. When quiches came in I was a teenager and they seemed an elegant creamy version of an egg and bacon pie.

10 minutes later....

I found the recipe! http://recipevintage.blogspot.com.au/20 … 1960s.html I am pretty sure the one we had was that simple, and I am not even sure the eggs were that well beaten, I remember it as blobby swirls of yellow and white.
There is a beautiful English egg and bacon pie with pastry top and bottom, but ours was extremely simple. I am so glad to have found the recipe.

Thanks, Joy! smile

Thanks too, Kris for the info on shoofly and calzone! smile

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#28 Sun 23 Feb 14 4:33pm

user2014

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

Re: pies

for a great bacon and egg pie try annabel langbein.com search. thumbsup


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#29 Sun 23 Feb 14 8:43pm

user2014

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Re: pies

call me spas,guys.


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#30 Sun 23 Feb 14 8:59pm

user2014

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Re: pies

thank you all for your support you are very helpful.


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