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  1. I had a Marks & Spencer’s Melton Mowbray pork pie for lunch. Mmmmm. One of the best bits of fast food afforded by this cruel world.

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  2. @dearieme – “I had a Marks & Spencer’s Melton Mowbray pork pie for lunch. Mmmmm.”

    oh! i’m so envious. no pork pies to be had anywhere around here. hmpf. =|

    (guess i’m gonna have to go console myself with some chocolate-chip cookies. (^_^) )

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  3. I think the secret may lie in the anchovy and the sage.
    http://www.lovefood.com/guide/recipes/10803/melton-mowbray-style-pork-pie-

    I used to live in a village where, especially on Saturday mornings, huge queues formed to buy a delicious, warm pork pie for brekkie, baked by the butcher. People came from miles around.
    http://www.theukcuriosityblog.com/favourites/best-of-british-pork-pies?cid=169

    We were also blessed with a super ice cream shop. Especially on Sundays, people would come … you get the drift.
    http://www.great-ayton.org.uk

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  4. In expert in DC claims the best pie crusts can be made by substituting vodka for water. I love flaky pie crusts, but I’m afraid of blowing up my kitchen.

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