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Old 07-11-2011, 08:14 PM   #21
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My grandmother was French Canadian, and used to make pork pies during the holidays. It has been years since I had one, this thread has inspired me to try to make one.
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Old 07-12-2011, 02:40 AM   #22
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Bolas--Crisco is a solid vegetable shortening, lard is, well lard.

LCBO Food and Drink has had a number of tourtiere recipes over the years. I've made this one and really liked it:

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Old 07-12-2011, 02:47 AM   #23
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Bolas--Crisco is a solid vegetable shortening, lard is, well lard.

LCBO Food and Drink has had a number of tourtiere recipes over the years. I've made this one and really liked it:

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No worries, we have got lard in africa..lol!
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Hi all :)
I've only once had a decent pork pie made by a gentleman from the UK that used to sell them at a market in SA. He's no longer there and I would love to try and make my own. The kind with jelly around the pork, he called them "Mowbray Pork Pies"
We don't really get Pork Pies here since it's not South African and I love them!
Earlier this year I had a nice pork loin roast, but there was much left over. The next day, I simply used a turkey pot pie recipe and used the diced pork instead. The guests loved it and none was leftover. Try that and remember to use a good pork gravy to help with the moistness.
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Pork Pie Recipe anyone? Hi all :) I've only once had a decent pork pie made by a gentleman from the UK that used to sell them at a market in SA. He's no longer there and I would love to try and make my own. The kind with jelly around the pork, he called them "Mowbray Pork Pies" We don't really get Pork Pies here since it's not South African and I love them! 3 stars 1 reviews
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