Made one about a week ago and regretted not to post a better picture. It was SOFAKING good
I'm making another one tomorrow
post your pies
fuck you're one pathetic piece of shit
>you should cook this and not that, trust me
the only thing that's fat here is the list of people that avoid you for being an obnoxious cunt who shits on everybody just so that no one notices how pathetic your life must be
All I'm trying to do is save some ignorant anon from wasting their time making a "delicious" meat pie.
Hell, taking that beef and making a burrito, or tacos, a stew, stir fry, or mincing it and making burgers or a ragu sauce are all better options than a nasty old meat pie.
A pie is kind of like a stew in handheld form.
All you're really trying to do is throw your opinion around. If someone doesn't like pie, then I'm sure they're capable of not clicking this thread.
>oh hey a pie thread!
>yet another argument between the Mandatory Murica Defence Force and the Obvious Bait Reply Team
did someone call my name?
Made the pie filling
Gonna let it chill then later tonight gonna bake it
This is before I put in the Ricards Red and beef broth and flour in it to simmer and reduce it
Looks like a nice Pie
It's a shame that it will be buried under Favorite Candy, Burgers, Pizzas,etc.
I thought a cooking board would be good but it's American trash food and brand name garbage.
How do you make that glorious meal. Even a basic step-by-step would be much appreciated.
I'm a college skellymon who wants to eat big and cook big, Give me ingredients and simple instructions and I will be supremely grateful, mate.
Hey guys, Fatmerican here and I've always wanted to try some meat pies beyond frozen pot pies. Can someone point me to some authentic recipes?
Also why is this particular thing so hard to find here in the states?
Looks like onions, carrots, mushrooms, and meat. Looks like thyme on top. You can use parsley too.
You pretty much just make a stew, so you sear the meat (you can skip this, if you are lazy, or if you happen to have a broiler safe stew dish), then chop everything up, add it to a pot with some liquids (he's using beer and broth), and braise it in the oven until it's tender.
If the gravy is not thick enough, you can use flour or cornstarch. Then you just assemble your pie. You can and I would recommend baking the bottom crust first like with most pies, and then bake the whole thing until the crust is browned since the insides are already more than cooked through.
This article series is usually pretty good for a bit of background, examples of variations from different cookbooks and finally a compromise recipe.
I would suggest short rib instead if you can get your hands on it. Plus the bones mean you can make your own stock if you care.
>Also why is this particular thing so hard to find here in the states?
Because it's like any given American stew, but blander, and instead of being served with bread, corn bread, or rolls, it's either covered with, or served in, an equally bland and tasteless pie crust.
I used to think the same, then I actually had decent pie crust. It's rare, but it exists.
I hate 99.9999% of pie crusts, but when it's done well it's better than any other baked good in the role it serves.
Loved this pie, hated thinking about how much butter was in it.
Noice, looks pretty good.
Pies in the city often hover around change from 5 anyway for ordinary shit, so if there's a bit more effort in i wouldn't say no to paying more.
Fuck Stella though, might as well just go full banana bender and marinate it in XXXX for all the difference it would make.
His lamb shank pie is the best of all and its around $6. Expensive but so good and a quarter pounder meal or half decent burger is $12+ these days anyway.
Agree bout the Stella though.
Oh I don't even want to look after seeing the name.
Does he do the American thing and assume a pork pie is just a pie with pork in it instead of a very specific type of pie?
I once watched his Yorkies video and he is foodwishes.com levels of retard who doesn't have a clue about what he is making or even how to pronounce the name correctly and in that vile attitude say he can make a traditional recipe any way he wants like the inbred globule of lard that he is?
Pies in the colonies are a weird thing. You brought them over with the British settlers and couldn;t make apple pies any more due to apples not being native to America. So you had to plant the apple seeds and wait years for them to yield fruit, you did that and then started to make apple pies again, yet for all of that waiting you simply stopped making any other type of pies.
He really doesn't for the reasons I stated. He fucks up some basic recipes, can't even pronounce them correctly and makes recipes with all sorts of retarded changes while calling them traditional. He is an arrogant retard.