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Old 08-11-2012, 02:34 PM   #671
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Since there are only 4 souls and two of those are cats and it wasn't me...has to be the Ogre...
Get him PF!
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Old 08-11-2012, 06:24 PM   #672
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I made him share his raspberries and blackberries with me.
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Old 08-12-2012, 01:29 PM   #673
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I made him share his raspberries and blackberries with me.
Nice! That will teach him!!!
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Old 08-15-2012, 11:25 PM   #674
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Mini Pie Night!

I finally got my pie maker! Tonight, we invited friends by to try it out. The menu was a chicken pie with a Thai peanut sauce and a Tuna Pot Pie. For dessert, we made cherry chocolate pies. (Basically, we tossed a square of Ghirardelli chocolate into each pie before closing it up.) I used a pre-rolled pie crust, but I can honestly say that I am stunned how easy this was....and delicious! It was extremely filling too.

Here are the pictures!


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Old 08-15-2012, 11:27 PM   #675
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I finally got my pie maker! Tonight, we invited friends by to try it out. The menu was a chicken pie with a Thai peanut sauce and Tuna Pot Pie. For dessert, we made cherry chocolate pies. (Basically, we tossed a square of Ghirardelli chocolate into each pie before closing it up.) I used a pre-rolled pie crust, but I can honestly say that I am stunned how easy this was....and delicious! It was extremely filling too.

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And he said I was crazy Those look fantastic!

Chop suey veg and chicken in a pie...
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Old 08-15-2012, 11:28 PM   #676
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I finally got my pie maker! Tonight, we invited friends by to try it out. The menu was a chicken pie with a Thai peanut sauce and Tuna Pot Pie. For dessert, we made cherry chocolate pies. (Basically, we tossed a square of Ghirardelli chocolate into each pie before closing it up.) I used a pre-rolled pie crust, but I can honestly say that I am stunned how easy this was....and delicious! It was extremely filling too.

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Gorgeous, Kathleen!
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Old 08-15-2012, 11:30 PM   #677
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And he said I was crazy Those look fantastic!

Chop suey veg and chicken in a pie...
Chopsuey veggies and chicken sounds great! Mmmm.

The pies were so good....and I am sooo full. Everyone ate way more than they should. Always a good sign!

Thanks for the compliments, PF and DL.
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Old 08-15-2012, 11:53 PM   #678
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It's a good $20 cheaper on Amazon right now...
Kathleen got one on Amazon. It was a "factory" refurb and still had blueberry stuck to it. It went back.

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Ta-Da. Went to Williams Sonoma today. They are on sale $79.
I think they are always "on sale". I am not sure who "suggests" the price but I suspect they work in the marketing department. :D

Kathleen picked her's up at WS too and got the stick and the book.
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Old 08-15-2012, 11:56 PM   #679
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Kathleen got one on Amazon. It was a "factory" refurb and still had blueberry stuck to it. It went back.
I heard...don't get the cheap ones at Amazon, folks!...wish we had known about that to begin with.


Now I want some tuna pies...
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Now I want some tuna pies...
In what key?
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