Pie for Breakfast

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  1. Dave W

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    Pie for breakfast = good.

    Oatmeal at breakfast or any other time = bad. :eek:
     
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    No misconception. You got it right. Bizarre combinations, but experimentation and adventure seems to be prominent here and it works out to be some great developed combinations. That said, some old traditional foods over there probably didn't get enough experimentation.;)
     
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    We make a breakfast pie for thanksgiving and Christmas

    It has a crust of diced potato’s and a filling of egg , cubed ham and cheese with cheese sprinkled on top

    I’d show a picture of what’s left but we kind of over cooked it

    While the subject is broached I’ll have to put in my vote for pecan pie being the best ever!
     
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    something tells me you have had your share of spotted dick.
     
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    or a nice toad in the hole
     
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    I was in the UK last year for work, Hull to be exact, and saw a sign on a shop that said pies. Don’t know what is referred to as pie there, but there was not anything it there that had fruit in it. Was a tad disappointed.
     
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    everything is better with pie
     
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    LOL...I had to look these up---and, while not called by the traditional names, we have had very similar dishes. My mother-in-law and daughter surprise us with culinary experime...uh, delights from time to time. Cheers!
     
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    there's a load of old food names - welsh rabbit is sort of what you might call a grilled cheese altough only one piece of bread. the french have Croque Monsieur, which is a grilled cheese with ham. though all my french associate would claim its a lot more complex than that and that British food is just variations on boiled turnip

    i read a Clapton bio; his mum used to make him "thousands on a raft", which is beans on toast

    best food-muso though is Keith Richards.apparently he will only eat around 5 things - burger and chips, egg and chips, fish and chips, etc. but especially Shepherd's Pie. he once delayed a concert because someone had nicked his pie from the fridge
     
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    pigs in a blanket.
     
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    Pie? Whatever happened to Cheerios and beer?
     
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    I’ve had a slice of pumpkin pie with my morning coffee every day since Thanksgiving. Grandma’s recipe, no need for whipped cream, that ruins it. Everyone swears it’s the best they’ve ever had. Something about a sip of good coffee right on the heels of a bite of that pie just sets off an incredible holiday flavor blast in your mouth. That said, I need to finish the pumpkin pie soon because a slice every morning certainly doesn’t help shrink a beer gut!;)
     
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    my wife made mango chutney for the friday AFTER thanksgiving feast (ham)
     
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    you should have a look at scotch woodcock
     
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    Hubig's had a big fire at their plant in 2012, but they're back.

    I remember when these were 15 cents, each.

    Hey! They're telling me that Mr. Hubig got his start in Fort Worth. How about that!
     
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    You're just not putting in enough sugar and butter.
     
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    So many times we made plans to go see the UK music scene - and then we canceled because we began imagining how poor the food would be.

    New Orleans' cuisine is actually a disadvantage, in a way. Your expectations of other places, compared against the comforts you take for granted.
     
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    Pie for breakfast??? (Butch)

    Anytime is a good time for pie...

    (Fabienne)
     
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    No amount of sugar, butter or anything else would make oatmeal palatable to me.
     
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