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Some classic responses to story, the posters should come and visit us.:hearteyes: Tie it in with our meat pie thread. Greggs is big in the UK, just about every town has a store, cheap too.:rolleyes:

Yeah, I know it had been mentioned so when I saw the story I had to share.

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Watch out this could have series problems for lovers of Gregg's Sausage Rolls, a ban on them by the PC brigade,?? Looks like the thread is on again Mic give yourself a Pint of Guiness and a Gregg's Sausage Roll.clear.png?emoji-winktongue-1704

Cheers, you know (one of the comments) reckons that Jesus backwards sounds like sausage.;p

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LOL He's not the Messiah,he's just a naughty lad called Brian!clear.png?emoji-tearsjoy-1678
"P--s off" LOL.

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Hi,have you guys seen your bloke Jim Jeffries talking about religion.Its on youtube but he swears almost as bad as an Essex plumber on a building site.My favourite bit is when God gatecrashes a party,cheers,Brian.

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Hi,have you guys seen your bloke Jim Jeffries talking about religion.Its on youtube but he swears almost as bad as an Essex plumber on a building site.My favourite bit is when God gatecrashes a party,cheers,Brian.

Not sure if I have seen what you are referring to, but I have seen plenty of stuff about religion that makes me swear like a plumber.

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I am having a couple of GF Jesus Rolls for lunch, just got 'em out of the freezer. With a dollop of Heinz Fiery Red Ketchup, lubbly jubbly. :halo:

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Blessed are the cheese makers.:D

 

I will drink to that, I am a cheeseaholic and a redwineaholic, nice pairing.:')

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I will drink to that, I am a cheeseaholic and a redwineaholic, nice pairing.:')

I’m a bit of a cheeseaholic too.

 

A nice Blue a round of Camembert with some pickled onions or dried fruit even some of the fruit and nut cheese from Wollies. I try to limit it to special occasions though.

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I’m a bit of a cheeseaholic too.

 

A nice Blue a round of Camembert with some pickled onions or dried fruit even some of the fruit and nut cheese from Wollies. I try to limit it to special occasions though.

 

Every day the snacks and vino @ wine'o clock - 5 o'clock for me Mr Gut. Have to go on a big diet before the next 3 cruises. New Year resolution, probably last a couple of days. Driving up to the Gold Coast for 10 days, Xmas with brother and sister, couple of stops going up and back. Few kilos there.:o

 

Have to find some edible pies for Uncle Les on the Pacific and New England Hwys.

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Every day the snacks and vino @ wine'o clock - 5 o'clock for me Mr Gut. Have to go on a big diet before the next 3 cruises. New Year resolution, probably last a couple of days. Driving up to the Gold Coast for 10 days, Xmas with brother and sister, couple of stops going up and back. Few kilos there.:o

 

Have to find some edible pies for Uncle Les on the Pacific and New England Hwys.

 

 

That’s why I try to limit my cheese to Christmas, parties and cruises.

 

First you must try a Ridgey Didgeridoo Glut free.

 

Then there’s the pie cart at Lismore, I think they do a Glut free. And there’s a good one at Port that I’m pretty sure does them.

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Hi les.

Best pies on the pacific highway are at the gourmet pie shop at Woodburn near the river. Bit pricey but just the best.

 

Cheers bob.

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I will drink to that, I am a cheeseaholic and a redwineaholic, nice pairing.:')

Yes, they go wonderfully well together.:D

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A few for Uncle Les to consider

 

Hayden’s at Ulladulla

Robertson’s at Robertson

Byron Bay bakers

 

Heatherbrae pies near Raymond Terrace

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A few for Uncle Les to consider

 

Hayden’s at Ulladulla

Robertson’s at Robertson

Byron Bay bakers

 

Heatherbrae pies near Raymond Terrace

You are a legend GUT. Of course tried Haydens at Ulladulla, up the road from me. Good GF pie, $7 each though.:evilsmile:.

 

Now on our Xmas drive up to Qld, first night is at Raymond Terrace - Heatherbrae - Sir Francis Drake Motel, so on your advice I will be sampling a dogs eye in the town, perhaps for breakfast. Not stopped in Raymond Terrace for a 100 years.:*

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Hi les.

Best pies on the pacific highway are at the gourmet pie shop at Woodburn near the river. Bit pricey but just the best.

 

Cheers bob.

 

GF ? Have to stop there. Thanks.:halo:

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That’s why I try to limit my cheese to Christmas, parties and cruises.

 

First you must try a Ridgey Didgeridoo Glut free.

 

Then there’s the pie cart at Lismore, I think they do a Glut free. And there’s a good one at Port that I’m pretty sure does them.

 

You know em all Gut, do you drive up and down ye old Pacific and New England Hwys a bit? When my late mother lived at Tweed Heads, for 25 yrs, we drove up and down from Sydney at least once a year. Course these days, more bypasses and motorways in.;)

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You know em all Gut, do you drive up and down ye old Pacific and New England Hwys a bit? When my late mother lived at Tweed Heads, for 25 yrs, we drove up and down from Sydney at least once a year. Course these days, more bypasses and motorways in.;)

 

 

I used to do the trip a lot Uncle Les, and dad was a truck driver, while most of his work was carting beer and flour and stuff locally weekends we’d do furniture and stuff to make an extra quid so been a lot of places and for me a pie is a bit of a go to for a quick feed.

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I used to do the trip a lot Uncle Les, and dad was a truck driver, while most of his work was carting beer and flour and stuff locally weekends we’d do furniture and stuff to make an extra quid so been a lot of places and for me a pie is a bit of a go to for a quick feed.

 

No doubt you called in at a few truck stops for a giant truckies mixed grill. Had a few of those, escorting the wide loads, circa late 1960's, and throughout the 1970's.

 

The servo cafes, Golden Fleece etc used to have a dining area out the back for the truckies and coach drivers, all the meals were double the size of what the normal traveller got, and a ton of chips with every feed.:cool:

 

Those were the days my friend.:halo:

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