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Old 12-28-2012, 05:59 PM   #1
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With the holidays I've been thinking it might be fun to have a Breville Pie Maker | Williams-Sonoma in the coach to make up some individual pot pies. The options and recipes are endless. I think I may be hungry for a little pie.
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Old 12-28-2012, 07:30 PM   #2
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Cheri and Ralph that is a really dandy looking appliance. I would love to know how well it works out. We have seen something like these but not of the quality this one must be assuming by the price. Heck, I was just thinking how you could cook stews and such up in a crock pot and fill make some pot pies. In fact why not enjoy the soup or stew and then use the left over amounts for pot pies. I haven't even got to the dessert possibilities yet.

Clint, you may want to get one of these for Fran. I don't think that extra-large Newell pantry you folks have would have any space issues?
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looks like a handy little gadget
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Its a pricey little pie maker. It makes some cute little pies though.
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Cheri and Ralph that is a really dandy looking appliance. I would love to know how well it works out. We have seen something like these but not of the quality this one must be assuming by the price. Heck, I was just thinking how you could cook stews and such up in a crock pot and fill make some pot pies. In fact why not enjoy the soup or stew and then use the left over amounts for pot pies. I haven't even got to the dessert possibilities yet.

Clint, you may want to get one of these for Fran. I don't think that large Newell pantry you folks have would have any space issues?
You are right ken the possiblites are endless. I watched the clip and i think i will order it soon.
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