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    The pork & gravy pie from naked baker, beach rd in CHCH is gold
    Tomato sauce on a pie is a crime against Hugh Manity
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    Ok, here's the thing: Two sections, hot pie and cold pie.

    Hot pie - One from the Food Room on New North Rd in Kingsland. Absolute wallet raper at $8-9, but my god they are good (this is real 'special occasion' stuff). The difference between a rubbish Big Ben and a nice pie, this is to the nice pie. At the very least. Fillet steak, buffalo mozzarella, the whole nine yards.

    Cold pie - A 'correct' Melton Mowbray pork pie - two contenders, 1) one from the Westmere Butcher, lots of hot english, with beer. 2) The guy out the end of the Whangaparoa peninsula knows his onions, but it's a heck of a drive for a pork pie unless you're in the area.

    Whats it going to cost me to get one sent down south? The one thing I still crave I a proper Pork pie, and a Melton is THE only proper pork pie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oraki View Post
    1 Bacon and Egg from Georges Pie Shop,Wasdyke. Now closed
    2 Mince pie from Fairlie Bakehouse
    3. Mince pie from Sims Bakery, Ashburton
    4. Mays pie from any good dairy
    Hmmmmm... It seems we have a connoisseur among us
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    I had a pie the other day that was mince and cheese, and raisins... Yeap, raisins. It was bloody good!

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    I used to enjoy the Sheffield Pies Emu and Ostrich varieties. Favourite would be steak and mushroom.

    For a cold pie you cannot go past bacon, egg and pea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sneeze View Post
    The better halfs venison pie with cream cheese, and home made red grape sauce, followed by the Fairlie bakehouse porkbelly pie.
    Venison and cream cheese....Damn that sounds good....

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    We used to get a wither lea bakery "Corned beef and mustard sauce pie that was my favourite after I left college and got a job,,...Before that the old Happy Jose (HoooSay) pies in chch were a childhood favourite. Buttery soft pastry. Square like the cheap couplands one but not as dry and had meat AND gravy.....

    Favourite cold pies would either be home made baked custard pies or classic apple and cinnamon (NO raisins in these EVER!!!!)
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    Steak and kidney
    Steak and curry
    Bacon and egg with Watties

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    Not such thing as hot pies in England

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_Songhurst View Post
    Hmmmmm... It seems we have a connoisseur among us
    Ex.... Ex connoisseur. The spawn of satin doesn't pass my lips now......very often. I can count the number of pies eaten over the last 2 yrs on my fingers, and not need toes.

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    My missus does a turkey and leek pie with the left over turkey after Christmas every year. It would put a stiffy on a corpse but ya can't have any.
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    Been on a job in Stokes Valley and the pie shop around the back of the main shops there called the Bakehouse does a rather good Chicken and Cranberry

    Pieshop in Alicetown Lower Hutt (Empire?) used to have amazing sausage rolls but they seem to have gone downhill of late

    A decent sausage roll is a rare thing

    Siggy's pies are good if they are still going

    Pet hate - when you bite into one end of the pie and it blows out the filling at the other end..
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    I hate that 2 same with burgers
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    Good pie is the one in my hand at the time... Amazing we have this many posts on a thread so quickly, and no pictures. Favourite would be a jimmy's in Roxborough, lamb shank, swear they fit half a shank into the pie
    Last edited by 223nut; 21-04-2017 at 09:14 AM.
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    Chick pea curry pie

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