So what's your favourite pie?

Mince
4
12%
Mince and Cheese
3
9%
Steak
4
12%
Steak and Cheese
11
32%
Pepper Steak
10
29%
Chilli Mince
2
6%
B&E
7
21%
B&E with Peas
1
3%
Chicken
4
12%
Peas and Gravy (?)
0
No votes
Sausage (??)
1
3%
Apple
6
18%
Cherry
1
3%
Pumpkin
1
3%
3.14159265359
6
18%
Butter Chicken
2
6%
Thai
0
No votes
Fish (opinion)
0
No votes
Deep fried
0
No votes
Other
5
15%
 
Total voters : 34

Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby Rik on Thu 30/Jun/16 9:25am

dwgknz wrote:How to edit a pole?

Need to add:

Butter Chicken
Thai
Fish (opinion)
Deep fried
"Gourmet"


FTFY - I'm sorry but "Gourmet" is FAR TOO fancy for vorb. Those partial to their filling being lightly flagellated and stuffed with corn all its life can choose "Other" and feel free to tell us your must have pie ingredients.
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby Rik on Thu 30/Jun/16 9:35am

I'm also very pleased to see Pi do so well in the rankings. A filling that has given us 81.68, 91.10 and more recently 86.39inches to enjoy ourselves with. *cough* maths nerd. :blush:
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby Conners on Thu 30/Jun/16 10:11am

scatter wrote:WTF is sausage pie :ib:

Astoria Paranoia wrote:Fancy for sausage roll.

dwgknz wrote:Sausage roll with the ends covered?

Wobbler wrote:LOL conners must be the indian bloke from shell who didnt know what a sausage roll was

Wobbler wrote:Sausage pie? mate you should be putting that snag between some bread with some onions and sauce


DogsBollocks wrote:My Mrs makes sausage pie for the lads whenever we go on tour. Mince/sausage meat/grated vege/many different varieties of black sauce, wrapped in pastry and cooked in two roast pans, . Cut into hunks as big as your bonce it adds about a kg to your bag but keeps you going for a month. Famous, fattening, flatulence fodder and fuckin awesome. Sausage pie rocks !


Ok so it seems like you guys are oblivious to the awesomeness of sausage pie. Dogsbollocks is getting close, our version of sausage pie is as follows:

Line a large pie/baking tin with pastry
Bottom layer is sausage meat, ideally you want a thickness of 15-20mm (purchased in tube form, not as individual sausages - although could be is you wanted to use schwanky flavours).
Spread a tin of spaghetti on top of the sausage meat.
Add three or four eggs, make sure you mix those suckers around as whole eggs in pies can also GTFO
Chop an onion and scatter on top
Add some mixed herbs if you're into that.
Add top layer of pastry, brush on some egg for golden goodness.
Bake.
Best served with copious amounts of T sauce.
Nom.

When you've got kids you can let them decorate the top of the pie with their shapes of choice.
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or their names...
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It is about the cheapest meal known to man, feeds our family and provides lunch for the next day as well for bugger all $$.
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby Velocipedestrian on Thu 30/Jun/16 11:22am

dwgknz wrote:
Velocipedestrian wrote:Pole is missing fish pie option.

Also, pork belly is magnificent (never tried it in a pie, but).


Not an option

It's magnificent as streaky bacon, it's average as anything else.

No, as slow roast pork belly. Slammed down on the table and hacked at by knife wielding, crusty bread holding, eating machines.



MmmmmmMmm mmm.
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby Velocipedestrian on Thu 30/Jun/16 11:25am

Oh, gross.
That first description was sounding tasty, but adding spaghetti tin filth will ruin a meal faster than T sauce.
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby Rik on Thu 30/Jun/16 11:35am

Velocipedestrian wrote:Oh, gross.
That first description was sounding tasty, but adding spaghetti tin filth will ruin a meal faster than T sauce.


:withstupid: but then again my 12 year-old may disagree.
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby jo on Thu 30/Jun/16 11:56am

Conners wrote:Line a large pie/baking tin with pastry
Bottom layer is sausage meat, ideally you want a thickness of 15-20mm (purchased in tube form, not as individual sausages - although could be is you wanted to use schwanky flavours).
Spread a tin of spaghetti on top of the sausage meat.
Add three or four eggs, make sure you mix those suckers around as whole eggs in pies can also GTFO
Chop an onion and scatter on top
Add some mixed herbs if you're into that.
Add top layer of pastry, brush on some egg for golden goodness.
Bake.
Best served with copious amounts of T sauce.
Nom.

That. Sounds. Awesome. :thumbsup:
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby Wobbler on Thu 30/Jun/16 12:33pm

Conners wrote:Ok so it seems like you guys are oblivious to the awesomeness of sausage pie. Dogsbollocks is getting close, our version of sausage pie is as follows:

Line a large pie/baking tin with pastry
Bottom layer is sausage meat, ideally you want a thickness of 15-20mm (purchased in tube form, not as individual sausages - although could be is you wanted to use schwanky flavours).
Spread a tin of spaghetti on top of the sausage meat.
Add three or four eggs, make sure you mix those suckers around as whole eggs in pies can also GTFO
Chop an onion and scatter on top
Add some mixed herbs if you're into that.
Add top layer of pastry, brush on some egg for golden goodness.
Bake.
Best served with copious amounts of T sauce.
Nom.
.


That was not what I was expecting at all.

What sort of spaghetti are you adding? Like a can of the watties stuff?

I reckon that but with squeezed out chorizo for the sausage would be ace
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby Bigfoot on Thu 30/Jun/16 1:15pm

That sounds like solid hangover/drunk food... not sure about the tinned spag though.



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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby AgrAde on Thu 30/Jun/16 1:44pm

Guys. Guys. Where the fuck is the venison option?
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby dwgknz on Thu 30/Jun/16 1:47pm

Other

I wasn't allowed "Gourmet", Rik thought it was too highbrow for you lot even with the ironic speech marks.......
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby Conners on Thu 30/Jun/16 2:32pm

jo wrote:That. Sounds. Awesome. :thumbsup:

It really is. It's something we had heaps growing up, it wasn't til I left home that I realised that nobody else in the universe seems to have heard of it! I must ask Mum where the recipe came from - but I think it most likely derived as a cheap(er) alternative to B&E.
Everyone who I've ever cooked it for has loved it - which is most recently my kids. A solid, cheap, easy to make, kid friendly meal is pretty handy to have up your sleeve.

Wobbler wrote:That was not what I was expecting at all.

What sort of spaghetti are you adding? Like a can of the watties stuff?

I reckon that but with squeezed out chorizo for the sausage would be ace

Just a can of bog standard Watties, could swap out for extra cheesy or any other variant that you wanted in there.
I've added left over roast spuds in the past, and a layer of cheese adds to the awesome as well.

And the chorizo option would be noice too :thumbsup:
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby Rik on Thu 30/Jun/16 2:39pm

dwgknz wrote:Other

I wasn't allowed "Gourmet", Rik thought it was too highbrow for you lot even with the ironic speech marks.......



Hell yeah - next you'll be telling me we should add tinned spaghetti as an option. ;)
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby dwgknz on Thu 30/Jun/16 3:05pm

Toastie pie? Are they still a thing?
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Re: The Great 2016 Vorb Pie Pole

Postby Wobbler on Thu 30/Jun/16 4:15pm

Rik wrote:
dwgknz wrote:Other

I wasn't allowed "Gourmet", Rik thought it was too highbrow for you lot even with the ironic speech marks.......



Hell yeah - next you'll be telling me we should add tinned spaghetti as an option. ;)


with little sausages or meatballs? Nothing else is even worth considering.
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