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Pork Pie Orders

Post by djewesbury » 20:54 Tue 07 Oct 2014

I could, if I had the time (and I do not) go back through emails and PMs to attempt to discover who had ordered a pie from me.
However, it seems a better use of my time and yours if you all sign up here and then I have all the information in one place.
Derek has ordered one for his father-in-law with John's Pork Pie in the crust.
Alex has ordered one.
Julian has ordered one.
Phil wants one with black pudding in it - note: this will not be black pudding made by me, but it will be the best I can get. Further note - this will make it more expensive.
Ian has ordered one with black pudding.
Have I missed anyone?
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Post by AHB » 22:39 Wed 08 Oct 2014

I confirm that I'd like to order one. You can choose whether to be paid in Sterling, Euros or port.
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Post by jdaw1 » 23:24 Wed 08 Oct 2014

I am not on your list, but please sir…

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Post by DRT » 01:05 Thu 09 Oct 2014

I confirm that I requested one with "John's Pork Pie" emblazoned in the crust.
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Post by idj123 » 12:34 Thu 09 Oct 2014

Mmmm...pork pie made with black pudding (said in best Homer Simpson voice). Can you do one of these for me as well Daniel ?

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Post by PhilW » 12:40 Thu 09 Oct 2014

idj123 wrote:Mmmm...pork pie made with black pudding (said in best Homer Simpson voice). Can you do one of these for me as well Daniel ?
I was about to confirm that I would like a pork pie, and that if black pudding was a pain I would be happy with a "standard" one (your pies are not "standard" but you know what I mean) - but now I won't - doh!
Yes please, black pudding pork pie for me, please ;)

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Post by djewesbury » 12:49 Thu 09 Oct 2014

First post updated. Will send further info soon! :)
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Post by djewesbury » 01:01 Sat 25 Oct 2014

Hmm. Did Derek order a pie for himself? Or just one for his father-in-law?
Lifecoach...? Please can Derek have a pie?
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Post by DRT » 01:13 Sat 25 Oct 2014

djewesbury wrote:Hmm. Did Derek order a pie for himself? Or just one for his father-in-law?
Lifecoach...? Please can Derek have a pie?
No pork pie for DRT. I will hopefully taste one in Belfast and will also taste "John's Pork Pie" when I get home. That seems like what my mother would describe as "an ample sufficiency".
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Post by djewesbury » 01:13 Sat 25 Oct 2014

DRT wrote:
djewesbury wrote:Hmm. Did Derek order a pie for himself? Or just one for his father-in-law?
Lifecoach...? Please can Derek have a pie?
No pork pie for DRT. I will hopefully taste one in Belfast and will also taste "John's Pork Pie" when I get home. That seems like what my mother would describe as "an ample sufficiency".
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Post by DRT » 18:20 Mon 17 Nov 2014

djewesbury wrote:Derek has ordered one for his father-in-law with John's Pork Pie in the crust.
Initial reports from Chesterfield suggest that John's Pork Pie will not see the end of tomorrow. Whispered conversations in pubs in North Derbyshire speak of a pie the size of a hay bail that makes any man who eats one more attractive to young Maidens. Local butchers are dismissing the phenomenon as "hokum".
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Post by djewesbury » 18:34 Mon 17 Nov 2014

DRT wrote:
djewesbury wrote:Derek has ordered one for his father-in-law with John's Pork Pie in the crust.
Initial reports from Chesterfield suggest that John's Pork Pie will not see the end of tomorrow. Whispered conversations in pubs in North Derbyshire speak of a pie the size of a hay bail that makes any man who eats one more attractive to young Maidens. Local butchers are dismissing the phenomenon as "hokum".
Traffic reports are warning of an all-powerful giant lifting cars with his bare hands. Oops, you shouldn't eat it in one mouthful.
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