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Old 02-26-2012, 01:00 PM   #591
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Old 02-26-2012, 01:20 PM   #592
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If we had one of them here I would. We live in a very small town. One stop light. They call that light progress around here

I'm just going to have to find a reputable baking supplier online, and hope for the best that the products aren't old.

Excuse me, while I sit it the corner rocking myself through the withdrawl symptoms.

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Here you are Munky! I know that Walmart and most Grocery stores carry these brands.

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Soy Flour
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Old 02-26-2012, 03:38 PM   #593
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If we had one of them here I would. We live in a very small town. One stop light. They call that light progress around here

I'm just going to have to find a reputable baking supplier online, and hope for the best that the products aren't old.

Excuse me, while I sit it the corner rocking myself through the withdrawl symptoms.
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I Googled soy flour and there is a bunch of places. Even Walmart's. I never new there was such a thing as soy flour.
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Old 02-26-2012, 06:12 PM   #594
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Here you are Munky! I know that Walmart and most Grocery stores carry these brands.

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Jack Pot!

Thank you princess. Book marked the links.
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Old 02-26-2012, 09:16 PM   #595
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I am off of work for 3 days in a row! I am goting to try pulled prk pies and shelless egg and apsearagus pies there was a sale on .88 lb !! they are real thin but they were good I think that will be breakfast in the morniing maybe I will add provalone cheese or swiss not sure I have to sleep on it mmmmm what to do?
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Old 02-27-2012, 02:50 PM   #596
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I am off of work for 3 days in a row! I am goting to try pulled prk pies and shelless egg and apsearagus pies there was a sale on .88 lb !! they are real thin but they were good I think that will be breakfast in the morniing maybe I will add provalone cheese or swiss not sure I have to sleep on it mmmmm what to do?
Glad you have a few days off to contemplate and play around with your pie maker. Doing nothing is good to.. I'm just sayin'

If you do decide on your pulled pork pies let us know how it worked out. I need step by step instructions. Kind of like the paint by numbers..

Have fun.

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Old 02-28-2012, 11:28 AM   #597
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Did not do the pull pork pies yet but I bought a all ready seasoned pork but from walmat i think it is hormel it was in the fresh meat area I cooked in slowcooker for 8 hours on low pull the meat with two forks and i add a small amount of bbq sauce in the mixture I did not add anywater it made its own juices. with the left over I was going to use either pie crust or cresant rolls dough I am not sure and I was thinking either put some cheese in sidelike in the midle of the meat so when you bite into it the gooey factor was there.
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Old 02-28-2012, 11:38 AM   #598
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Did not do the pull pork pies yet but I bought a all ready seasoned pork but from walmat i think it is hormel it was in the fresh meat area I cooked in slowcooker for 8 hours on low pull the meat with two forks and i add a small amount of bbq sauce in the mixture I did not add anywater it made its own juices. with the left over I was going to use either pie crust or cresant rolls dough I am not sure and I was thinking either put some cheese in sidelike in the midle of the meat so when you bite into it the gooey factor was there.
That sounds really good. I'd personally go with using the croissants. When you roll it out. Place a slice of cheese on first, then a dollop of the meat mixture. Roll it up. Tuck the ends and cook.

That's it! I'm calling the butcher and ordering a Pork Butt.. This Pie Party's getting getting risky.

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Williams Sonoma is having a 3 day sale on the pie maker $49.95!
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