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  1. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by justjoe86:
    Wow Fiona they look good, but seem pretty expensive as far as pies go!
    Top pies, when wanting something special. Am looking forward to trying Pretty Please Pies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiona in HKG:
    Top pies, when wanting something special. Am looking forward to trying Pretty Please Pies
    Tried a piece of pie from Pretty Please Pies recently and it was easily the best pie I've had in Asia. Really good. Haven't tried Tai Tai Pie Pie yet, but that is next on the list as it looks good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aoes:
    errr... don't know when the last time u were out in the states was, but before I came back to HK in Feb, they were doin a 2 for $1 on those fried apple turnovers... better yet, I don't remember McD with sliced apple pie...
    Where in the US were you?

    See for yourself, baked, not fried:

    http://www.mcdonalds.com/us/en/food/...nd_shakes.html

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    Cool Thanks a whole bunch!

    Quote Originally Posted by elliee:
    Tried a piece of pie from Pretty Please Pies recently and it was easily the best pie I've had in Asia. Really good. Haven't tried Tai Tai Pie Pie yet, but that is next on the list as it looks good.
    Elliee, this is Meg Teckman-Fullard, from Pretty Please Pies. Thank you so much for the glowing accolade! Would you mind if I saved your comment and linked it on my facebook page? Also, I'm curious which pie you tasted. Please let me know and hope I can keep serving up amazing pies to you and yours.

    To our original poster, I would be happy for you to check out my "Classic" Apple Pie on my website (prettypleasepies.com).

    Meg Teckman-Fullard
    Pretty Please Pies
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    FAO Meg of prettypleasepies

    I notice you specialise in sweet pies. How about savoury pies on request?


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    Wow those pies look awesome. Way to go Meg!


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    My freshly baked charlotte apple pie:

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...type=1&theater

    A super easy recipe that anyone could pull off.


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    Not without an oven

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    Well, as someone on here said before, you can get one of those small things in any appliance shop. It's enough for making pies like "charlotte apple"...and some other pies :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by vikulya:
    Well, as someone on here said before, you can get one of those small things in any appliance shop. It's enough for making pies like "charlotte apple"...and some other pies :-)
    No room in our kitchen!