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  Reply # 1104873 8-Aug-2014 13:50
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Killerkiwi2005: Ok why is this not a phone app..


That's a fantastic idea! It could automatically alert you when approaching a pie place.


Hell yes "the closest known good pie is 4.5km away @ BestBakery"




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  Reply # 1104876 8-Aug-2014 13:55
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I'd also like this app to warn me if an establishment sells terrible pies. Makatu pies springs to mind.




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  Reply # 1104878 8-Aug-2014 14:03
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So something like untappd but for pies not beer?

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  Reply # 1104879 8-Aug-2014 14:06
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Jimmys pies, hands down oh how I wish they would bring these to the North Island!!

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  Reply # 1104880 8-Aug-2014 14:06
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  Reply # 1104914 8-Aug-2014 14:54
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Demeter: If we're talking pies that don't cost the equivalent of the national deficit of a small African country, then I'm a fan of BP's Wild Bean Cafe pies when they're fresh. They're not oily, don't flake all over my car and are delicious.

+1 to BP's pies. Which one is your favorite?  I think Thai is pretty good.



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  Reply # 1104943 8-Aug-2014 15:18
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Killerkiwi2005: Ok why is this not a phone app..


Great idea, i would pay for that app

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  Reply # 1104947 8-Aug-2014 15:30
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Skot323: Jimmys pies, hands down oh how I wish they would bring these to the North Island!!

Jimmy's pies are crap. I can't understand why people like them.




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  Reply # 1104957 8-Aug-2014 15:34
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I did have a very good pie at the Raglan Bakery a couple of weeks ago.

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  Reply # 1104958 8-Aug-2014 15:34
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Ramboss: Am working in Te Aroha today, and the radio keeps talking about pies, anyone know a good pie in Te Aroha?


Pick up an irvines and nuke it for 3 minutes.



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  Reply # 1104959 8-Aug-2014 15:38
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Ramboss: Am working in Te Aroha today, and the radio keeps talking about pies, anyone know a good pie in Te Aroha?


Pick up an irvines and nuke it for 3 minutes.


I did say "good" pie didn't I? Any microwaved pie isnt good, great for a quick snack maybe. 
Also have no microwave available.

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  Reply # 1104963 8-Aug-2014 15:47
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Skot323: Jimmys pies, hands down oh how I wish they would bring these to the North Island!!


Jimmys - YUM!! We always get one when we we're in Dunedin. What is it about a Jimmys pie!??



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  Reply # 1104965 8-Aug-2014 15:48
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Ramboss: Am working in Te Aroha today, and the radio keeps talking about pies, anyone know a good pie in Te Aroha?


Pick up an irvines and nuke it for 3 minutes.


WT.... That fails on all levels. People are looking for good pies! And nuking it ruins any pie. So a nuked irvines pie is a double negative IMO. laughing

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Demeter: If we're talking pies that don't cost the equivalent of the national deficit of a small African country, then I'm a fan of BP's Wild Bean Cafe pies when they're fresh. They're not oily, don't flake all over my car and are delicious.

+1 to BP's pies. Which one is your favorite?  I think Thai is pretty good.
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Definitely the Thai. I'd rather have that than actual Thai, which is saying rather a lot. ;-)






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Skot323: Jimmys pies, hands down oh how I wish they would bring these to the North Island!!


Where are these "Jimmys pies" you speak of?

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