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I'm having a pork pie for lunch
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munkle Offline
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I'm having a pork pie for lunch
From Sainsbury's deli counter - £2.50. It's delicious.
22-12-2016 12:20
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Bally Offline
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
I always thought you were Jewish
22-12-2016 12:23
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Magic147 Offline
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
There's no pork in it.
22-12-2016 12:24
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Bally Offline
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
There should be plenty for £2.50.
22-12-2016 12:29
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
It is a 20 inch "pork" pie, to be fair.
22-12-2016 12:35
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munkle Offline
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
(22-12-2016 12:23)Bally Wrote:  I always thought you were Jewish

Most people do.
22-12-2016 12:38
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Alex222 Offline
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
For christmas eve I cooked tourtière, a French pork pie. I use the recipe from my Canadian grandma. She was from Montreal and in my childhood we used to spend winter holidays at hers (more on the area for example here https://tranio.com/canada/quebec/montreal/ . Grandma’s tips of the pie were thyme, pepper, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. Flavourfull and yummy! My family likes it especially with mustard or tomato ketchup.
10-01-2017 07:36
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TheSuffolkSeasider Offline
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
Wow, that's quite a specific spam bot.
10-01-2017 10:18
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seasider Offline
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
Left it on as made me chuckle.
10-01-2017 10:20
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Lancashirehotpot Offline
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
Does nobody call ketchup tomato sauce anymore? For some reason, it makes me feel sad!
10-01-2017 11:07
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munkle Offline
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
My local kebab house calls it "Catsoup".
10-01-2017 11:35
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Bally Offline
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
It probably is.
10-01-2017 12:56
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
(10-01-2017 11:07)Lancashirehotpot Wrote:  Does nobody call ketchup tomato sauce anymore? For some reason, it makes me feel sad!

From Wikipedia:
Tomato sauce is the more common term in Australia, New Zealand, and India, and is almost exclusively used in South Africa.
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Most places use the combination tomato ketchup, tomato sauce makes me think of bolognese/meatballs/etc.
10-01-2017 13:10
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
Frankly I'm not HP


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10-01-2017 14:27
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Lancashirehotpot Offline
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RE: I'm having a pork pie for lunch
(10-01-2017 13:10)TheSuffolkSeasider Wrote:  From Wikipedia:
Tomato sauce is the more common term in Australia, New Zealand, and India, and is almost exclusively used in South Africa.
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Most places use the combination tomato ketchup, tomato sauce makes me think of bolognese/meatballs/etc.

Cheers, Bruce Smile
10-01-2017 14:41
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