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On ‎5‎/‎22‎/‎2019 at 11:52 AM, GUT2407 said:

He’s not a big fan of a meat pie, more of a sweet tooth than savoury, but he does like the insides of a sausage roll or vanilla slice.

He might be a gluten free doggie.

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13 minutes ago, MicCanberra said:

He might be a gluten free doggie.

He avoids Carbs.

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1 hour ago, MicCanberra said:

He might be a gluten free doggie.

My Veterinary  student grand daughter tells me there is such a creature as a coeliac mutt.  That is sad news.

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13 minutes ago, MicCanberra said:

Good idea, he may not want to look too much like his owner.😋

Our beards already match.

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1 minute ago, NSWP said:

My Veterinary  student grand daughter tells me there is such a creature as a coeliac mutt.  That is sad news.

Yes unfortunately there is.

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1 hour ago, NSWP said:

My Veterinary  student grand daughter tells me there is such a creature as a coeliac mutt.  That is sad news.

No dog biscuits for him.

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1 hour ago, GUT2407 said:

Our beards already match.

If he develops a enigmatic smile then that would match as well.

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20 hours ago, MicCanberra said:

No dog biscuits for him.

Not the ones made with wheat flour anyway.  Rice flour is fine.

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8 minutes ago, Docker123 said:

Pie Time

 

The New South Wales Southern Highlands have once again transformed into the "pie-lands", as bakeries, cafes and restaurants cook up filling fare for the region's award-winning pie festival.

 

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-06-02/southern-highlands-pie-time-festival/11168776

One day I’ll get to it, maybe, Ouse even better than a cruise.

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1 hour ago, GUT2407 said:

One day I’ll get to it, maybe, Ouse even better than a cruise.

Pie Festival, sounds good.

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Sounds good, and the categories are -  red meat, white meat, vegetarian, seafood and sweet.

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I was interested until I saw that Heatherbrae's in Sutton Forest claimed first place with its steak mince pie, which also won for them Best Pie in the Southern Highlands. I just lost all credibility for me and can tell you that there are plenty of better pies that Heatherbraes.

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1 hour ago, MicCanberra said:

I was interested until I saw that Heatherbrae's in Sutton Forest claimed first place with its steak mince pie, which also won for them Best Pie in the Southern Highlands. I just lost all credibility for me and can tell you that there are plenty of better pies that Heatherbraes.

But they win with the one they enter in the competition. It may be quite different from the pies they produce in commercial quantities. 😊

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19 minutes ago, Aus Traveller said:

But they win with the one they enter in the competition. It may be quite different from the pies they produce in commercial quantities. 😊

True, but unless they are selling the award winning pie, then I still will not buy any.

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Ok cruising gourmets, time we organised a pie crawl.

 

Another best pies in Australia list for us to sample. Overall winner is a caramelised pork and pepper pie. From lovely Kyneton inVic

 

Even better for Uncle Les, it is gluten free. Jo Jo’s in Kernot, down Phillip Island way, picked up a couple of awards for gluten free goodies.

 

https://www.news.com.au/travel/australian-holidays/food-wine/the-official-best-pie-in-australia-has-been-crowned-for-2019/news-story/e28ebe48f372375beeb6dc18bf0a3eae

 

 

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28 minutes ago, Docker123 said:

 

Ok cruising gourmets, time we organised a pie crawl.

 

Another best pies in Australia list for us to sample. Overall winner is a caramelised pork and pepper pie. From lovely Kyneton inVic

 

Even better for Uncle Les, it is gluten free. Jo Jo’s in Kernot, down Phillip Island way, picked up a couple of awards for gluten free goodies.

 

https://www.news.com.au/travel/australian-holidays/food-wine/the-official-best-pie-in-australia-has-been-crowned-for-2019/news-story/e28ebe48f372375beeb6dc18bf0a3eae

 

 

They all look a bit dry

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 I would like to try all these.

Plain Mince Beef Pie: Oven Crisp Bakery — plain beef mince

Plain Chunky Beef Pie: Whittlesea Bakehouse — plain chunky beef

Beef Flavoured Pie: Edison Bakehouse — steak & pepper

Vegetarian Pie: Gusto Bakery — curried pumpkin, fetta & spinach

Seafood Pie: Country Cob Bakery — curry scallop

Poultry Pie: Four Seasons Patisserie Bakery — satay chicken

Gourmet Pie: Country Cob Bakery — caramelised pork & pepper

Gluten Free Pie: Jo Jo’s Gluten Free — Thai red curry

Apprentice Plain Mince Beef Pie: Orange Spot — plain beef pie by Jamie Clavell

Traditional Pastie: Orange Spot — pastie

Gourmet Pastie: Orange Spot — three peppered pastie

Vegetarian Pastie: Finley Bakery & Patisserie — vegetarian pastie

Gluten Free Pastie: Jo Jo’s Gluten Free — roasted vegetable pastie

Apprentice Traditional Pastie: Orange Spot — traditional pastie by Jamie Clavell

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2 hours ago, GUT2407 said:

They all look a bit dry

I think that they may be frozen and then cut for the pics, so that the filling doesn't ooze out.

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17 hours ago, MicCanberra said:

I think that they may be frozen and then cut for the pics, so that the filling doesn't ooze out.

I have read that for photographs of food for cook books or magazines, the food is always cold.

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14 minutes ago, Aus Traveller said:

I have read that for photographs of food for cook books or magazines, the food is always cold.

And sprayed with hairspray to keep their shape.

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1 hour ago, Aus Traveller said:

I have read that for photographs of food for cook books or magazines, the food is always cold.

Not always but frequently, a few reasons

 

1. Steam

2. Consistency (you may take hours shooting just one dish for some shoots).

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1 hour ago, MicCanberra said:

And sprayed with hairspray to keep their shape.

I must say tha5 one I’ve never used, but have shot plenty where there were more toothpicks and bits of wire than food.

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