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Day 4: A Little (meat pie) Love in My Life

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Day 4:  Meat Pie Dinner Party

Day 4: Meat Pie Dinner Party

Day 4 of the year’s 365 day photo project has come and gone, and it is safe to say there will probably be a ton of food and drink posts to come this year. Today’s post is inspired by the meat pie dinner party we had at our place with a couple of Pat’s friends — a party that made me realize (again) how much I enjoy [his] meat pies.

The Australian people love meat pies, and it is actually what they are referring to when they say they want a pie, not like the fruit pies we get in the States. The closest thing I can compare them to is a pot pie, but with a usually thicker gravy inside. Here, the meat pie is a famous Australian food that resembles a kind of fast food along with sausage rolls and chiko rolls.

Only the typical meat pies that you might get at a footy game or at the local convenience store are usually filled with a more gelatinous gravy and meat of a lower quality. Not so much my favorite thing in the world…

…not until I bought Pat a pie machine for Christmas last year.

I’m pretty sure it has been the best present I could have gotten for anyone since he is obsessed with pies and making them a bit gourmet. So, I am often met with something that looks like this:

meat pie

They’re usually filled with a glorious chicken curry or stew that has been lovingly prepared by the master of the kitchen himself.

Yummy, yummy.

I’m so lucky to have a boyfriend that can cook and give me some Aussie meat pies that I love!

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7 Responses to Day 4: A Little (meat pie) Love in My Life

  1. Annie January 5, 2011 at 1:55 am #

    Yum! Lucky girl!

    I love your daily pic posts Brooke! Keep it up! 🙂

    • Brooke January 5, 2011 at 9:59 am #

      Aw, thanks Annie 🙂 I will try!

  2. ayngelina January 5, 2011 at 2:32 am #

    I have never ever heard of a pie machine but chicken curry pie sounds way better than our pot pie.

    • Brooke January 5, 2011 at 9:57 am #

      Pie machines are amazing. It’s like a sandwich press, but has the shape of a pie. We put in pastry, fill it, close it and wah-lah! 🙂

  3. Rebecca January 5, 2011 at 5:00 am #

    So lucky! I took a picture of my Harry de Wheels pie and when it came to printing pictures, I printed that one and it’s in my living room so I can drool over it every day. I miss pies so much Pot pies don’t do them justice.

    • Brooke January 5, 2011 at 9:53 am #

      Yum! Harry’s was my first pie experience, and they are quite good, but I’m lucky that Pat’s pies are even better 😉

      • Rebecca January 5, 2011 at 10:11 am #

        Don’t tease me! YUMMMMMMMMM.

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