Aussie Beef Pie

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Re: Aussie Beef Pie

Post by brian f » Thu Jul 23, 2020 9:43 pm

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Thu Jul 23, 2020 2:47 am
Thanks, Brian. Looks great! I'll come back to this when I next make a steak pie. :puter
More than welcome Hughie. I hope your mens kitchen gets back to normal. Its very beneficial for your family and Bobbys and others :)
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Re: Aussie Beef Pie

Post by Hughie » Thu Jul 23, 2020 10:18 pm

brian f wrote:
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I hope your mens kitchen gets back to normal. Its very beneficial for your family and Bobbys and others :)
Bobby and I started back in our men's kitchen on Wednesday and made a lovely chicken curry. Usually we have twelve in attendance but we were very happy with six men and one lady. I'll see if I can add an image of the curry - we had two fry pans going. I never took a copy of the recipe. :|


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Re: Aussie Beef Pie

Post by bobnetau » Thu Jul 23, 2020 11:40 pm

We have the recipe, Hugh. Did Betty like it?

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Re: Aussie Beef Pie

Post by Hughie » Thu Jul 23, 2020 11:54 pm

bobnetau wrote:
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We have the recipe, Hugh. Did Betty like it?
Yes she did, Netta. We had it Wednesday and Thursday with rice. :)

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Re: Aussie Beef Pie

Post by brian f » Sat Jul 25, 2020 7:58 pm

Hughie- That curry looks so good, plenty of sauce for the nan bread :)

As an aside as some call it.. Where was the first curry you have ever enjoyed in a restuarant? Mine was in a chinese in Hamilton street.. think it was near Cavanis but not sure. I had a wee yankee up in the bookies across from the Victoria Bar -so i treated a few pals .Middle seventies ... the good old years :D
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Re: Aussie Beef Pie

Post by bonzo » Sat Jul 25, 2020 8:31 pm

Good question Brian, I'd say Blackpool in the late 80s. Had wanted to try Indian food for years before but I didn't know what to try, one of my mates knew the score and I followed his lead :lol:
This also reminded me of another restaurant story. I was about 12 and me and my pal had got money for Christmas so we decided to go for a sit down Chinese ( the one above the kandy bar in saltcoats). We ordered spare ribs as a starter, they arrived along with little bowls of liquid which we duly drank and yes it was for washing your hands //funny
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Re: Aussie Beef Pie

Post by Meg » Sun Jul 26, 2020 8:20 am

First real Indian Curry - the Indian Restaurant underneath the Heilanman’s Umbrella in Glasgow 1971! Otherwise a Vesta Beef Curry out of Liptons when I was about 14. Thought I was sooooo cosmopolitan //funny

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