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Old 08-11-2012, 02:28 PM   #111
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I will have that song in my head all day now! :D
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I will have that song in my head all day now! :D
I have struck again!
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Old 08-11-2012, 04:47 PM   #113
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Someone a while back mentioned I should be getting a commission...Of course, i will have to share with Munky!
That's right Babyyyy, share the pie wealth.. Now we can all get pie eyed and be happy. Make me a pie... Beeee haaapyyyy.. Lol!

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Old 08-11-2012, 06:13 PM   #114
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That's right Babyyyy, share the pie wealth.. Now we can all get pie eyed and be happy. Make me a pie... Beeee haaapyyyy.. Lol!

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Think we could make enough to have a DC pie party? Wow, what a shopping trip that would be.
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Old 08-11-2012, 06:17 PM   #115
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Think we could make enough to have a DC pie party? Wow, what a shopping trip that would be.
It would make some electric company very hapy also.
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Old 08-11-2012, 09:03 PM   #116
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What took you so long? Your seat has been on reserve for a while now.

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Honestly, it is my hidden secret. I have never made a good pie crust. I'm a bit nervous about that. The filling is no worry at all. But....BENTO-sized pies......I have to do it.

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Think we could make enough to have a DC pie party? Wow, what a shopping trip that would be.
PFFTS, if we are going to write a letter, we ask them to sponsor a Breville Mini-Pie Cook-Off which will include submitted recipes (that get posted here) and finalists are chosen (by them.) Then the finalists and judges (Judges will be us) get flown and hosted by Breville to Australia (as that is where Breville is based, I think) for the bake-off judging. Yep, that works.
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Honestly, it is my hidden secret. I have never made a good pie crust. I'm a bit nervous about that. The filling is no worry at all. But....BENTO-sized pies......I have to do it.

PFFTS, if we are going to write a letter, we ask them to sponsor a Breville Mini-Pie Cook-Off which will include submitted recipes (that get posted here) and finalists are chosen (by them.) Then the finalists and judges (aka this group) get flown and hosted by Breville to Australia (as that is where Breville is based, I think) for the bake-off judging. Yep, that works.
Perfect for the pie crust deficient...get the store bought or puff pastry or crescent rolls, biscuits...

I knew there was a reason I have curried your favor...you think the better than me.
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Old 08-11-2012, 09:10 PM   #118
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I knew there was a reason I have curried your favor...you think the better than me.
So it isn't kitchen gadgets by the pound?
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Perfect for the pie crust deficient...get the store bought or puff pastry or crescent rolls, biscuits...

*stops breathing into a bag as she considers this* That is good to know.

I knew there was a reason I have curried your favor...you think the better than me.
Hey, the idea is to get recipes and an awesome yearly vacation where we can all get-together. I'm just outcome-based and goal-oriented. Plus...it *would* be seriously awesome. Win-Win-Win.

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So it isn't kitchen gadgets by the pound?
You can never have too many. I can always buy another cabinet.
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Old 08-11-2012, 09:23 PM   #120
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So it isn't kitchen gadgets by the pound?
That part is pretty nice too...how much is left in the basement?
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Savory Mini Pies - Tips, Ideas and Recipes Today was the first chance I've had to try this beauty out. I made 2 separate crusts. Butter puff for the top. And a regular pie crust for the bottoms. They took about 15 minutes to cook. Made a Chicken pot pie, and a Chile pot pie's loaded up with cheese. The portion was a bit much for me. Couldn't finish one. Between the filling and crusts, they were rich tasting, a great combination of doughs. Very filling. The pie maker was a breeze to use. Simple clean up. Cooked evenly. The only thing I wish It had come with is something non abrasive to lift the cooked pies out with. When they were finished cooking they were heavy. These are not the light banquet frozen pies. When pressing the dough shell into it. I found that dipping the cutters into flour helped it from sticking to the dough. Other then those minor things. It's a great versatile product. Munky. [IMG]http://i695.photobucket.com/albums/vv316/waxmunky/DSC_0421-1.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i695.photobucket.com/albums/vv316/waxmunky/DSC_0422-1.jpg[/IMG] 3 stars 1 reviews
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