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    Pie mash and liquior lovely jubbly

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    And whelks
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    liquior?....pray tell?
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    the liquoir is a green parsley sauce which many people turn there nose up

    you can buy pie mash and liquior in farmfood stores if you don't live in London

    As for whelks I love them soaked in vinagar

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    I love pie with home made mash ☺ green parsley sauce doesn't sound very nice though, it's either ketchup or gravy for me.

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    Pie and mash is a southern thing isnít it ?!?

    I tried some mince meat pie with mash a short while ago and it was strangely delish - it was a juicy pie though- Iím not sure dry meat pie would work as well with JUST mash

    Up north we tend to go meat pies , chips , peas and gravy ..


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    My Dad loves his Pie,Mash and Liquor. We'll be visiting his favourite one on our next trip home.

    Here in Australia Meat Pies are also very popular, but on their own, covered in tommy sauce. They have to be eaten by hand, no cutlery, just hold the pie and tuck in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletino View Post
    My Dad loves his Pie,Mash and Liquor. We'll be visiting his favourite one on our next trip home.

    Here in Australia Meat Pies are also very popular, but on their own, covered in tommy sauce. They have to be eaten by hand, no cutlery, just hold the pie and tuck in!
    Just back from Florida recently and they ( the yanks ) don't seem to have meat pies !?!??!

    Just various fruit pies


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    Pie and mash is a southern thing isn’t it ?!?

    I tried some mince meat pie with mash a short while ago and it was strangely delish - it was a juicy pie though- I’m not sure dry meat pie would work as well with JUST mash

    Up north we tend to go meat pies , chips , peas and gravy ..


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    Yeah it's popular down south. Our local dish is scouse, it's very nice to have this time of year as it warms you up.
    Our local chippy does a Pie Dinner, or a Sausage Dinner, same as you described, absolutely delicious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by djoki View Post
    the liquoir is a green parsley sauce which many people turn there nose up

    you can buy pie mash and liquior in farmfood stores if you don't live in London

    As for whelks I love them soaked in vinagar
    Are whelks a seafood?
    I've had cockles soaked in vinegar which were lovely, shrimps are lovely too.

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