Sunday serves up pie for lunch

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  1. Rita

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    FISH PIE to be precise. It’s a lot tastier than it sounds.
     
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    When I was in Morrisons on Friday, the freezer section had packs of "Fish Pie Mix" and it looked like the contents of a seaside bin.
     
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    My body clock is totally fucked now, took about 3 days to go haywire and is now shambolic. I'll need to make this the sacrificial night and set my alarm for tomorrow morning.
     
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    I always think I'd love fish pie but so many of the ready made ones have hidden cheese in them and I can't be faffed to make one for myself because Mr F would just complain I stank the house out with fish. It takes him weeks to stop complaining whenever I make kedgeree.

    I had melon for breakfast and am having last night's leftover spring rolls for my dinner. Tea will be jacket potatoes with bacon and onion because it's a bit chilly outside and we're still experimenting which meals are "safe" for Mr F's gallbladder.
     
  5. lolly

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    I love a fish pie. With a cheesy crust.
     
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    I used to quite enjoy a nice piece of fish, I must say. I liked my fish two ways: 1) steamed with half a lemon and served with fresh greens and 2) fried in batter with chips at 2am. No 2 was experienced far more often.
     
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    I make it from scratch. A fish pie mix sounds far from appetising. :D

    It’s actually my Grandmothers recipe and it is delicious with lots of nice chunky fish, and cheese.
     
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    Battered or breadcrumbed fish doesn't really do it for me. I tend to pan fry it (what a ridiculous modern term - what else do you fry it in?), or roast it foil.
     
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    I think the term evolved with the proliferation of deep fat fryers and has somehow stayed on despite the fact that you barely see deep fat fryers now.
     
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    Srsly, it looked like someone had SHAVED an old verruca and bagged up the results.
     
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    Hello live from CHEADLE
     
  12. Rita

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    I must say I do rather enjoy cooking big hearty meals when we are heading in to the colder weather. It was between fish pie and Stirling stew but as I bought a load of fresh fish on Friday I decided to go for the former. Not too long and it will be time to start making big pots of soup to feed the 5000 ( well my son and his friends).
     
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    Omg. There's been a triple murder a couple of roads away.
     
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    I must dig the slow cooker out. Nothing like coming home from work in the dark to a lovely stew waiting for you.
     
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    I'm having pie today too. Well, when i say pie I mean casserole, but whatever.
     
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    Still waiting for the tea on this. Killing three people at once is quite an achievement.
     
  17. Rita

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    The fish pie was a TRIUMPH. I am pretty sure you have all been waiting with baited breath to hear how it all went. :side-eye:
     
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    I had a jigsaw on the table that I've been doing for months now, a bit at a time, and the only pieces left were variations on white (most of the sky part) so I've been avoiding it. At half past four I thought I'd just get down to it and finish it off. Suddenly here we are at 7 o'clock and I've finished the jigsaw but didn't make tea because I couldn't see the clock and I really thought it was only about half past five. Oops.
     
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    2 in the property and one in a car outside, says the BBC. Odd. And horrible too, of course.
     
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    I see what you did there...
     
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    Its very strange! I've been scouring the net for info, but details are limited at the moment. I assumed DRUGS but seemingly not.
     
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    Maybe he just couldn't get his hands on @Rita's fish pie and lost his shit.
     
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  23. Rita

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    :D

    No need to go to those extremes. Plenty left.
     
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    That bad?
     
  25. Rita

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    No. :oi:

    I tend to cook far too much of anything as I usually don’t have a big portion. I only cooked for 4 tonight and am often accused of trying to fatten people up as I tend to pile what I make on to other’s plates. Today it was a case that there’s only so much I can pile on to others plates. :D
     
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    I have an elderly couple who live a few minutes walk away so I shall bring up the remainder for them to feed on tomorrow.
     
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    Surely the one in the car killed the other two then topped themselves...
     
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    A man has been arrested.
     
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    Ooh. Nasty.
     

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