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#11 Mon 28 Dec 09 8:47am

Pie-and-Mash

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Re: PIE AND MASH (A traditional cockney delight)

Stella Heath wrote:

Interesting web, not only for the pie facts - the recipes page is vvery helpful for, eg., different pie crusts, different ways of preparing and serving fish - though, infortunately, eels are not readily available nowadays -, nutritional facts (cf. potatoes - not fattening!) and conversion table.

Well done, Pie-and-Mash thumbsup  thumbsup  thumbsup

Thanks for the vote of confidence Stella. There's a lot more work for me to do on the site (including adding the pie recipes, which will be up in the next few days).

Nay suggestions are most welcome  smile

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#12 Mon 28 Dec 09 8:51am

Pie-and-Mash

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Re: PIE AND MASH (A traditional cockney delight)

TerryKay wrote:

Pie-and-Mash wrote:

Just to let you know that I have launched a new website dedicated to all things Pie and Mash for pie & mash lovers everywhere. It includes recipes, galleries, details of shops, a discussion forum and lots more.

Just go to: www.pie-and-mash.com

Speaking as a native, there's a lot of very good stuff on this site.
Does need a recipe for that doughy, almost chewy, almost melt in the mouth pie dough that sits in a full stomach to make you feel like a god, instead of uncomfortable and fat. Apart from that it's cool! clap  thumbsup  thumbsup

... and thanks Terry. A recipe for the pie base suet pastry will be on the site very soon and over the coming months I shall be experimenting with various experimental recipes for the pie and liquor to make them as authentic as possible.

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#13 Tue 29 Dec 09 5:33pm

Fiona01406

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Re: PIE AND MASH (A traditional cockney delight)

why did you have to mention Pie & Mash????? Being an 'eastender' and now living in Canada, Pie & Mash does not exist out here....now you have me drooling & missing UK even more!!!!!

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#14 Tue 29 Dec 09 7:03pm

TerryKay

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Re: PIE AND MASH (A traditional cockney delight)

Fiona01406 wrote:

why did you have to mention Pie & Mash????? Being an 'eastender' and now living in Canada, Pie & Mash does not exist out here....now you have me drooling & missing UK even more!!!!!

Sorry Fiona.
If somebody comes up with an authentic recipe though, we'll be laughing wherever in the world we are.
POWER TO THE PIE PEOPLE!!! big_smile

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