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Old 08-01-2012, 09:02 AM   #51
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I think that would work great. Or just one slightly larger empanada.
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Old 08-01-2012, 06:05 PM   #52
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Buon Giorno,

Mean machine, I must say ...

Would this machine be purchase-able via Amazon for European Union electrical sockets ?

Good question ... I shall certainly check into this ...

Princess Fiona, has certainly done a phenomenal job on her treatise with all her concoctions ... However, could it prepare Calzone ? Canolli ?

Some quick ideas off top of my think tank are:

1. calzone
2. canolli
3. Shepherd´s Pie
4. Minature Beef Wellington in pastry
5. Could it work with Phyllo ? Spanakopita Spinach Feta Pastry ?


Interesting post & Contributions and thanks so much for all the work that has gone into it.

Have a wonderful August,
Ciao, Margaux.
Margi - I ordered mine from Williams Sonoma. Not sure if they have a European outlet or not. I checked on Amazon and most of the ones there were refurbished and not much cheaper than from the name brand store. I'm looking forward to trying it out. I have pie crusts in the freezer so will be able to use it right away!
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Old 08-01-2012, 06:23 PM   #53
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Margi - I ordered mine from Williams Sonoma. Not sure if they have a European outlet or not. I checked on Amazon and most of the ones there were refurbished and not much cheaper than from the name brand store. I'm looking forward to trying it out. I have pie crusts in the freezer so will be able to use it right away!
Bed, Bath and Beyond has them also.
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The original thread that started all of this. This one is for recipes and tips, the original for Pie Chat Breville's Personal Pie
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Jabbur,

William Sonoma ships to European Union countries ... I shall check their website and enquire for the details.

Thanks so much.
Have great summer Jabbur,
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Chicken & Sausage Pie

Buon Giorno, Good Morning, Buenas Días, Bom Día, Bon Jour,

Could it actually prepare a pastry similiar to photo below ?
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Williams-Sonoma is good! My pie maker showed up this afternoon. I've got pie crusts thawing and spaghetti meat sauce thawing. I'm going to add pepperoni and cheese to the spaghetti sauce for supper tonight. Can't wait to try it out!
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A little bit of a learning curve but for the most part they came out good. One must have been a little wet since the bottom fell out removing it. I'll cook them a little shorter time too. The edges got a bit dark.
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