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  # 253042 3-Sep-2009 21:42
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CAKE!




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  # 253047 3-Sep-2009 22:03
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Mince and cheese pie, from Upper Crust Bakery on Chivalry Ave, North Shore.

/Sigh, you just dont get good pies over here.

 
 
 
 


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  # 253050 3-Sep-2009 22:12
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I go to that bakery all the time, their Napoleans are the nicest thing they make. havent had their Pies i dont think

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# 253051 3-Sep-2009 22:16
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Steak & Mushroom pie from Elite Bakery, Alicetown, Lower Hutt.
A lovely delicious fresh sticky banana cake with whipped cream.

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  # 253060 3-Sep-2009 23:33
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Home made apple pie with vanilla icecream gets my vote.

Although I do like cake a lot too (possibly too much), but it comes second to apple pie...

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  # 253061 3-Sep-2009 23:36
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cake! oh with heaps of cream and icing :D

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  # 253074 4-Sep-2009 08:18
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oh yeah, banoffee pie all the way, that stuff gives me a mouthgasm




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  # 253078 4-Sep-2009 08:26
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Pie every time. Simple reason... you can't put tomato sauce on a cake...(well you could but ...hmmm)

If you have to have cake...then I'm with the 'cream topping' brigade!

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My wife's carrot cake - cream cheese icing at least 2cm thick, closely followed by her home-made cheesecake (actually she made a savoury cheesecake once - amazing and delicious!!)

Not a big pie eater, but it would have to be a McGregors mutton pie from McGregors Bakery (funnily enough) in Palmerston (the REAL Palmerston in the SI!).




 

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  # 253086 4-Sep-2009 08:55
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thecripplernz: those Butter Chicken pies from BP connect. They're super tasty.

Pure unadulterated tastebud-sex on a stick is what those things are.

Now if only they were a bit 'hotter'.







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  # 253093 4-Sep-2009 09:36
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Balchy: oh yeah, banoffee pie all the way, that stuff gives me a mouthgasm


Couldn't agree more. Not many things in this world better than a great banoffee/banoffi pie.

For a quick and easy banoffi pie (I have about 4 or 5 different recipes but this is the quickest and easiest!):

Bake you pie crust in the oven to packet directions. Allow to cool then slice in a whole heap of bananas. Sprinkle bananas with a little lemon juice and then pour over a whole tin of caramel condensed milk. Bang - done.

Then there's tiramisu... although not sure if it could be classified under either of these categories!

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  # 253097 4-Sep-2009 09:49
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Another vote for banoffee pie here. There's a place called the Brew Shack in Napier that does (or at least did the last time I was there a year or so ago) an absolutely divine one - the best I've ever had. My mouth's watering just thinking about it!!

Having said that, you can't beat a plain and simple homemade apple pie with vanilla ice-cream either.

As for cake - a nice dense fruit cake (but without all the nuts, which in my view just ruin it!), carrot cake, or banana cake would be my pick.

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  # 253187 4-Sep-2009 14:39
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tonyhughes:
thecripplernz: those Butter Chicken pies from BP connect. They're super tasty.

Pure unadulterated tastebud-sex on a stick is what those things are.

Now if only they were a bit 'hotter'.


Those pies are so so good. Maybe we could do the next Geekzone event at a BP, and have butter chicken pies for everyone?

I'd also prefer a comparison between cake or death.

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  # 253202 4-Sep-2009 15:07
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Pie, clearly.
Did no one tell you guys that the cake is a lie? ;-)




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  # 253235 4-Sep-2009 16:21
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Oh this country neeeeeds more pie-only restaurants (like 'The Pie Hole' on TV's Pushing Daisies) - slurp...

My fav - Lamb and Mint Pie from Pete's Pies in Wanganui (nope don't live there but good to get on the way through).

Second fav - a good mince & cheese with the lid taken off and a tomato diced small and mixed into it :P

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