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  • eruptron
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    emsz – Member
    A pie in a bun?

    Are you from Portsmouth? 🙂
    A bun indeed!!
    Try one, lovely! or even a have a pasty instead of a pie.

    benw
    Member

    mmm.. a Cissy’s growler tay cake

    prawny
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    I need one of these in my life.

    I was amazed at macaroni pies up in scotland over the summer, this is one more innit.

    nbt
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    Vinte wrote:

    If it isn’t from the Old Bakehouse in Orrell, it isn’t a pie.

    I went to school round t’corner

    I worked in Rossendale for a couple of years.

    they told me about “pie in soup” but I didn’t believe them

    not until I saw one anyway.

    a bowl of soup (heinz tomato IIRC) with a warm pork pie dropped in like a depth charge 😯

    crikey
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    Look up the meat pie floater, it’s an Aus delicacy too.

    Premier Icon ratherbeintobago
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    The true path is, in fact, the pie roll:

    ie. a Scotch pie in a morning roll, preferably both supplied by Thomas Auld & Sons of Greenock.

    For bonus marks accompanied by one of their fudge doughnuts:

    I don’t get home often enough, on reflection. I can’t get proper morning rolls, pies or indeed fudge doughnuts in England.

    Premier Icon annebr
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    Pie in a bun….

    Sounds awfully common 😡

    Unlike pea pie in a bun, which is awfully sfisticated

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