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Old 10-15-2011, 02:18 PM   #181
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Looks really good! Shrek wants to try marinara and mozz deepdish.
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Old 10-22-2011, 01:46 PM   #182
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Catching up on everything at home. I think the mail man got a little testy with my box.
Crammed into a pile of fliers was the new Williams and Sonoma Catalog. Or you can see it online. Aww how cute they have a Deep Dish Pizza recipe
Breville Pie Maker | Williams-Sonoma


The Brevilles are on sale *exclusive - for $99.95 normal retail price is $150.00.. ouch!
I think somebody's been listening. They now have a mini pie book 96 pages-40 recipes- Hardcover- $19.95.

Just what I've been wanting most a Chef'n Mini Pie Lifter $12.95.

That is so going to be mine! No more worries about scratching the pie maker or accidentally pulling the tops off. Hoping I don't drop it off of the spatula. It happened a few times.

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Old 10-22-2011, 08:17 PM   #183
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Definitely suspicious. I found another brand of mini pie maker (not sure what brand) in another catalog. It was $59...and looked totally cheesy. With a little common sense, I really don't need much in the way of a cookbook for it.

Tomorrow, we are doing some taco pies in some masa shells. Will top with our favorite taco fillings, cheese, sourcream, lettuce tomatoes...
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Old 10-22-2011, 09:51 PM   #184
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Bed Bath and Beyond has a pie maker by babycakes (I think) and Target has one by Sunbeam, both for $29.99. Their interior looks exactly like the Breville, but the exterior is no where near the quality of the Breville. But for 1/3 the price, might be worth giving a try.
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Old 10-23-2011, 01:40 AM   #185
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Catching up on everything at home. I think the mail man got a little testy with my box.
Crammed into a pile of fliers was the new Williams and Sonoma Catalog. Or you can see it online. Aww how cute they have a Deep Dish Pizza recipe
Breville Pie Maker | Williams-Sonoma


The Brevilles are on sale *exclusive - for $99.95 normal retail price is $150.00.. ouch!
I think somebody's been listening. They now have a mini pie book 96 pages-40 recipes- Hardcover- $19.95.

Just what I've been wanting most a Chef'n Mini Pie Lifter $12.95.

That is so going to be mine! No more worries about scratching the pie maker or accidentally pulling the tops off. Hoping I don't drop it off of the spatula. It happened a few times.

Munky.
Got the dookbook and the spatula for me well worth the money. and that spatula works so great.
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Old 10-23-2011, 06:47 PM   #186
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Definitely suspicious. I found another brand of mini pie maker (not sure what brand) in another catalog. It was $59...and looked totally cheesy. With a little common sense, I really don't need much in the way of a cookbook for it.

Tomorrow, we are doing some taco pies in some masa shells. Will top with our favorite taco fillings, cheese, sourcream, lettuce tomatoes...
Is dinner done yet? That sounds really good.
How do you make the masa shells? Are they taco bowls?

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Old 10-23-2011, 06:55 PM   #187
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Bed Bath and Beyond has a pie maker by babycakes (I think) and Target has one by Sunbeam, both for $29.99. Their interior looks exactly like the Breville, but the exterior is no where near the quality of the Breville. But for 1/3 the price, might be worth giving a try.
The exterior of them reminds me of the Easy Bake Ovens.. Cheesy colors..
PM-44 - Pie Makers - Products - Babycakes

What's a Whoopie Pie?

For $30.00 it might be worth trying..Don't drop it..

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Old 10-23-2011, 07:04 PM   #188
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Is dinner done yet? That sounds really good.
How do you make the masa shells? Are they taco bowls?

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I used masa from my last batch of tamales, using the pusher, I just put a ball of masa in each pie indent and squished to form. They were about 1/8th inch thick and let them steam in the piemaker for 5 minutes before filling the shells and topping with cheese.

They are delicious!

Tamale Masa...I use the recipe on the Maseca brand of Instant Corn masa mix.
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Old 10-23-2011, 07:19 PM   #189
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I used masa from my last batch of tamales, using the pusher, I just put a ball of masa in each pie indent and squished to form. They were about 1/8th inch thick and let them steam in the piemaker for 5 minutes before filling the shells and topping with cheese.

They are delicious!

Tamale Masa...I use the recipe on the Maseca brand of Instant Corn masa mix.
Ahhhh!! I was thinking Tamale. That's a clever recipe. I bet they are delicious.. Does the masa get a little crispy? Baking time 10 min or so? Do they need a top?

I'm hungry and don't have a clue what to make for dinner. But I do have a bag of masa in the fridge.. Same kind as yours.

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Old 10-23-2011, 07:32 PM   #190
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Ahhhh!! I was thinking Tamale. That's a clever recipe. I bet they are delicious.. Does the masa get a little crispy? Baking time 10 min or so? Do they need a top?

I'm hungry and don't have a clue what to make for dinner. But I do have a bag of masa in the fridge.. Same kind as yours.

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Little crispy on the bottom, they hold their shape well, no top. Once filled, I baked them for ten before putting the cheese on to melt.
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