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So what kind of pie does he eat on Thanksgiving?

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Is any pie better than mums apple pie? 

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UM.... what about dad's lemon meringue pie?

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So what does that say about granny's steak pie then ?

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Is nobody else going to challenge whether lemon meringue is really a pie? 

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Yes, that crossed my mind also, do you think it's an Aussie invention? 

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Um.... even the BBC calls it a pie.... is the picture below not a pie???

 

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Hmmm it's like shepherds pie, we call it a pie but it's not actually a pie, does that make sense? 

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Nope cos shepherds pie is doesn't have a base... its just mince and veg with mash on top... a lemon pie is a thing of beauty and work of art..... you need to make ya pastry base, blind bake it... then cook ya lemon curd makin sure its tangy not sweet then pop a pavlova topping on it.... timing is vital and weather conditions mus be perfect.... it is a pie I tell you. A pie! You cook it in a pie tray... its a pie!!!! Next thing you will tell me a pav is not a cake. Is a pav a cake????

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Doesn't that lemon meringue look more like a tart? 

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Aye like a treacle tart or strawberry tart, it just has the pastry base? 

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Would the BBC lie to you??

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Doesn't the BBC make for a great view from the River Clyde?

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Hmmm this is on the opposite side of the water from the BBC, cooler huh? 

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Don't you think the Glasgow Science Center makes for a good view next to it?

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The crane is very cool. What is the place behind it?

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That's like a wee hub of venues there, you can see the armidilo and the hydro. I'm not so keen on the hydro, venues can be toooo big don't u think? 

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I think so too. We have plenty that are too big here as well, but don't you think the Hydro makes for a pretty sight from the river at night?

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I seen that cirque de soleil there, can you believe the act was like sooo tiny, I couldn't see anything? 

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I can believe it... Don't you think that kind of show would be much better to watch from the casino type locations? I saw them in Las Vegas and could see it all so well.

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