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Re: Bryan's Flecked Paint Style

Postby slotalot » Tue Jan 10, 2012 9:29 am

!!THUMBSX2!! I like it! well done that man.....
but how do you clean your teeth with it? :oops:

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Re: Bryan's Flecked Paint Style

Postby rbrewerton » Wed Jan 11, 2012 10:37 am

Puff pastry?......PUFF PASTRY? .....Oh my dear fellow how common. No the pie in question was a tasty teatime treat from the esteemed Messrs Gingsters, well known in these parts as purveyors of fine pasties and pies to the gentry. On the day in question I slipped my pie into the microwave and waited excitedly for the 'ding' that heralded my meaty feast. Steam rose from the pastry as I agonisingly let it cool for a minute, but could wait no longer. The aroma of the juicy contents filled my nostrils so I picked it up and lovingly caressed its shortcrust casing, firm and crispy on the top and soft and moist on the bottom with its dainty scalloped edge maintaining the seal that held its warm juicy centre in place. I tenderly but eagerly bit into the flaky crust and hot gravy oozed out and ran down my chin on to my T shirt. Bollocks was the first word that came to mind as I reached for a knife in order to scrape up the glutinous liquid that now left a trail down my chest. A second bite, more careful this time, and my mouth was filled with tender steak and firm round kidney. I played with the kidney, tossing it from side to side with my tongue until.....Oooer sorry about that, I seem to have got a bit carried away. I'll have to go now, the wife says I need a shower.

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Re: Bryan's Flecked Paint Style

Postby badpenny » Wed Jan 11, 2012 6:49 pm

Where to start ..... where to start? :#: Oh deary, deary me dirtdog

Firstly.) - It's not Gingsters ... the name is Ginsters :tut

b.) - I suggest you contact your GP at the earliest as checking with Ginsters website and examining their product range we find the closest we can get to what you described you ate for your tasty teatime treat as being either a "Steak Pie" or even "Steak & Onion Pie" However regardless of how far we delve into the "Balti" or "Chicken" range of products it is worrying to note that kidney is not included anywhere. OOPSY! I can only speculate as to what you were rolling around in your mouth. :woops:

3.) - Further scrutiny of Ginster's own description of ingredients say "......... light puff pastry." :NBG: Even your own post where you said ......" I tenderly but eagerly bit into the flaky crust " Should have been a bit of a clue. !!SUICIDAL!!

As for heating it up in a SHUDDER microwave? My flabber has never been so gasted. :o

Are you the kind of cad who would restore an Allwin and use cross head screws? !!ESCAPE!!

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