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    Does anyone else put boiled eggs in their steak pie? I have a friend who puts all the steak mixture in the dish, then presses however many halved hard boiled eggs it takes into the mixture round the edges of the dish, then puts the pastry on top.
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    Richard! There is a Christmas cracker in that picture! I was under the impression they were unknown in the States.

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    Boiled eggs are good in meatloaf. You put them down the middle.
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    My mom always put boiled eggs in a meatloaf. If you boil them way to hard they add a little green to the loaf

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    "I DO NOT LIKE GREEN EGGS AND HAM" What's a Christmas Cracker?? Sounds like a rude Southern thang

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killearn Kitties
    Richard! There is a Christmas cracker in that picture!

    NOW what did I do???

    What is a Christmas cracker??

    http://www.imagitek.com/xmas/crafts/cracker.html


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    I was trying not to mention Nigella ...

    Where did you find that link?????!!!! Toilet tissue??? What on earth is that? Please allow me to assure you that nothing from the toilet is allowed on my dinner table!!

    To continue ... Christmas crackers are a tradition here, on the table on Christmas Day. Everyone gets one, and they contain a small gift, a paper hat (which all the oldies like to wear), and one of the worst jokes of all time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killearn Kitties
    I was trying not to mention Nigella ...

    Where did you find that link?????!!!! Toilet tissue??? What on earth is that? Please allow me to assure you that nothing from the toilet is allowed on my dinner table!!

    To continue ... Christmas crackers are a tradition here, on the table on Christmas Day. Everyone gets one, and they contain a small gift, a paper hat (which all the oldies like to wear), and one of the worst jokes of all time.

    I took the pic off of a cooking site....the CC came from another site...Here in the colonies we usually call something like that a 'party favor'..not a "Potty Favor", of course the people from the NorthEast have funny accents!

    Toilet tissue is.....Why do I see THIS thread spiraling out of control???..tioilet paper......they are talking about the cardboard tubes the keep the shape of the rolls......We Am mur i cans are a funny lot!


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    They contain... "one of the worst jokes of all time"... sounds like initiation at Thursdays

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    We Am mur i cans are a funny lot!
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  11. Karen......I'll ask....what's a steak pie?

    And Debbie....for standig rib roast....go to Lowry's on Illinois Street downtown. They serve it with yorkshire pudding.....

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    Sara, some of those folks on the "other side of the pond" put things like, UGH, innards.. and make a wierd "beef, heart, liver & kidney" pie But then they also eat weird things like whatever that moooshed up stuff is they put on toast. Weird Sorry guys, I'll stick to my Scrapple (which by the way is made of pig parts ) JUST KIDDING!!! Well, not about the pig parts

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    Oh I'm sorry, I didn't realise steak pie was "local" to us! The filling is a bit like a thick stew. Do you know stew? A casserole perhaps. Chunks of steak, tasty gravy, and as Laurie says, Steak and Kidney is very popular too, but steak pie doesn't need to have kidney in it. The whole thing is topped off with a flaky pastry and is absolutely wonderful!

  14. So it is chicken pot pie (which I am making tonight for dinner) only with steak instead of chicken and maybe kidneys! Is that kidneys (as in water filtration) or kidney beans?

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    I believe the kidneys she is referring to are the, yech... water filtration kind Color me green That's OK, we eat weird stuff here too! Ever heard of Rocky Mountain Oysters?
    Sara I believe has heard of them, I even posted a recipe in the Dreaded "KLAM JUZ" thread!!

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