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  • beaglebasher Posts: 1283
    Performance Poster beaglebasher
    10 Jun 2020 07:50 PM
    Quoting mickle on 25 Apr 2019 05:17 PM
    Looks tasty but somewhat deflated.
    Quoting rodders on 25 Apr 2019 06:55 PM

    Yes well the "deflation" is due to me eating the pie by hand and not using a knife and fork to open it up with the skill of a surgeon like you do. You see my aging teeth are somewhat blunt these days and the biting did have the unfortunate consequence of crushing the pastry casing which to the untrained eye could be misconstrued as deflation. . After taking a couple of chomps to enter the inner sanctum of the pie I carefully peeled away some of the pastry to reveal the meaty chunks laying within its interior. These chunks are bathed in a tasty gravy which, in my opinion, was a little light in viscosity but it was non the less very flavoursome.  But I didn't stop there because I know you have an eye for detail. That's why I lifted a couple of the chunks out and placed them on top so you could easily see the chunkiness of the meat. I did this in a way so as not to make it obvious to the audience here that I had "interfered" with the presentation of the pie and I hope I achieved my aim of making it look very natural in appearance. The fact you didn't make mention of it makes be think I achieved this aim.  

    I'm sure when you visit this place and do your surgical dissection of said pie it will be far more visually appealing and thus get wider acceptance and applause from the punters on here.

    Served up of an ancient porcelain plate of English origin and with a small, but adequate, square receptacle containing the freshly squeezed "Dead Horse" the presentation was beyond any criticism from me. As mentioned in a previous post I choose not to contaminate my pies with the red blood of a deceased GG so that I can saviour the pure enjoyment and experience of quaffing down an excellent "Rat Coffin". Cutlery was also provided to assist with it's consumption but, again, as I have said in a previous post I prefer to eat meat pies in the traditional method, by hand. So the tomato sauce and eating irons were left unused.

    To top things off it is a pleasant and scenic ride out to Noojee so that should make for a very pleasant experience for you also.

    Bon Appetit.

    what a post !  One of the best  I have read.  
    Where is old rodders now?
  • JamesJ Posts: 345
    Stage 1 Poster JamesJ
    10 Jun 2020 10:36 PM
    Quoting mickle on 11 Nov 2019 05:30 PM
    Beechworth bakery in Echuca Vic, no picture of the Mushroom pie because it was shit, I left it sitting on the plate and walked across the road to the
    Moama Bakery for a toasted sanga.
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    their Ned kelly pie with the egg on top is pretty good
  • gidgi Posts: 911
    NSW
    Performance Poster gidgi
    11 Jun 2020 10:15 AM
    Quoting mickle on 25 Apr 2019 05:17 PM
    Looks tasty but somewhat deflated.
    Quoting rodders on 25 Apr 2019 06:55 PM

    Yes well the "deflation" is due to me eating the pie by hand and not using a knife and fork to open it up with the skill of a surgeon like you do. You see my aging teeth are somewhat blunt these days and the biting did have the unfortunate consequence of crushing the pastry casing which to the untrained eye could be misconstrued as deflation. . After taking a couple of chomps to enter the inner sanctum of the pie I carefully peeled away some of the pastry to reveal the meaty chunks laying within its interior. These chunks are bathed in a tasty gravy which, in my opinion, was a little light in viscosity but it was non the less very flavoursome.  But I didn't stop there because I know you have an eye for detail. That's why I lifted a couple of the chunks out and placed them on top so you could easily see the chunkiness of the meat. I did this in a way so as not to make it obvious to the audience here that I had "interfered" with the presentation of the pie and I hope I achieved my aim of making it look very natural in appearance. The fact you didn't make mention of it makes be think I achieved this aim.  

    I'm sure when you visit this place and do your surgical dissection of said pie it will be far more visually appealing and thus get wider acceptance and applause from the punters on here.

    Served up of an ancient porcelain plate of English origin and with a small, but adequate, square receptacle containing the freshly squeezed "Dead Horse" the presentation was beyond any criticism from me. As mentioned in a previous post I choose not to contaminate my pies with the red blood of a deceased GG so that I can saviour the pure enjoyment and experience of quaffing down an excellent "Rat Coffin". Cutlery was also provided to assist with it's consumption but, again, as I have said in a previous post I prefer to eat meat pies in the traditional method, by hand. So the tomato sauce and eating irons were left unused.

    To top things off it is a pleasant and scenic ride out to Noojee so that should make for a very pleasant experience for you also.

    Bon Appetit.

    whoa! what an epic tale, bet it took longer to write this post than to eat "Said  pie" 
  • Slowen down Posts: 109
    Mid North Coast NSW
    Stock Poster Slowen down
    11 Jun 2020 03:18 PM
    No knife n fork
    If the temp is right you should be able to eat a pie in 4 bites.
    If the dog's eye is too hot the dead horse should cool it down enough.
  • JamesJ Posts: 345
    Stage 1 Poster JamesJ
    11 Jun 2020 03:56 PM
    Quoting Slowen down on 11 Jun 2020 03:18 PM
    No knife n fork
    If the temp is right you should be able to eat a pie in 4 bites.
    If the dog's eye is too hot the dead horse should cool it down enough.
    with a name like "slowen down" ...only 4 bites ?HD Forums Australia - images_3.jpg

  • brucefxdl Posts: 1405
    south west victoria
    Performance Poster brucefxdl
    11 Jun 2020 05:41 PM
    Quoting Slowen down on 11 Jun 2020 03:18 PM
    No knife n fork
    If the temp is right you should be able to eat a pie in 4 bites.
    If the dog's eye is too hot the dead horse should cool it down enough.
    remind me not to leave a pie resting near you.....lol.

  • JamesJ Posts: 345
    Stage 1 Poster JamesJ
    11 Jun 2020 05:57 PM
    Quoting Slowen down on 11 Jun 2020 03:18 PM
    No knife n fork
    If the temp is right you should be able to eat a pie in 4 bites.
    If the dog's eye is too hot the dead horse should cool it down enough.
    Quoting brucefxdl on 11 Jun 2020 05:41 PM
    remind me not to leave a pie resting near you.....lol.

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    or ask him to take a closer look at my pie
  • Slowen down Posts: 109
    Mid North Coast NSW
    Stock Poster Slowen down
    11 Jun 2020 08:05 PM
    Slowen down on the riding but not on the tooth.
    Love a good dogs eye n dead horse (or 2 if shes not watching).
    Use to like the Fredos Pies up this way but the quality dropped off a bit when the changed shops.
  • keith Posts: 1953
    Perth West Aust {SOR}
    Motor Head keith
    11 Jul 2020 06:54 PM
    Bindoon Bakehaus, never disappoints.HD Forums Australia - P1020796.JPG

  • Slowen down Posts: 109
    Mid North Coast NSW
    Stock Poster Slowen down
    13 Jul 2020 04:43 PM
    I'm hungry
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