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    Fish Pie

    I'm gonna have one tonight. I'm nearly $#@!in 50 and i've never had yin. I actually hate the sea. It tastes bogging and unseen things will eat you in it. When you're floating about in it, consider this -you are merely a chunky crouton in a big bowl of salty soup- Get OOT! Jaws. Say no more. Not to mention it's $#@!in' cauld and wavey.

    Anyways....fish pie. I don't like prawns I don't like salmon. I like cod and haddock so for every $#@!e fish there's a good un. Tatties, cheese...good good...some butter & cream...mmmmm what's not to like?

    It's called Admiral Pie. And that sounds special. To me. Who knew that the strips I used to wear in the 70's were officially fishy? I'm having it with crusty bread ya bass! <--Ha! howzat for fishful fings?

    No bones about it (Stop!!) um gonna enjoy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beefy View Post
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    I'm gonna have one tonight. I'm nearly $#@!in 50 and i've never had yin. I actually hate the sea. It tastes bogging and unseen things will eat you in it. When you're floating about in it, consider this -you are merely a chunky crouton in a big bowl of salty soup- Get OOT! Jaws. Say no more. Not to mention it's $#@!in' cauld and wavey.

    Anyways....fish pie. I don't like prawns I don't like salmon. I like cod and haddock so for every $#@!e fish there's a good un. Tatties, cheese...good good...some butter & cream...mmmmm what's not to like?

    It's called Admiral Pie. And that sounds special. To me. Who knew that the strips I used to wear in the 70's were officially fishy? I'm having it with crusty bread ya bass! <--Ha! howzat for fishful fings?

    No bones about it (Stop!!) um gonna enjoy it.
    Is this fish pie pre packed mate or you or kels going to use your culinary skills? 😏
    Just saying cos you get non league fish pie along with champions league fish pie
    I hope you are having the latter or I sense this could be yer first and last taste of the sea 😂

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    Frozen gear Spency me laddo. In a funny way it's the only way to go. Raw fish pie would gie me the boak! Fish can bolt full stop. Flappy, slimey, smelly, ugly ****s that they are. Ewww!

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    One of my favourite teas, homemade though. And with eggs. Smoked haddock is also important. And tomatoes.

    Dinnae buy a pre-made one though beefy, thats $#@!e.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southfieldhibby View Post
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    One of my favourite teas, homemade though. And with eggs. Smoked haddock is also important. And tomatoes.

    Dinnae buy a pre-made one though beefy, thats $#@!e.
    Oh bugger! It was in the sail <---Geddit? Fish Boats Sails.etc

    A quid it was. I did buy 2...im no that tight...Aye a quid! I will report back tonight how good it was. I have faith.

    Prawns - bolt
    Salmon -bolt
    Langtoonstines-bolt
    Cod- bolt
    $#@!in haddock then???-bolt


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    Quote Originally Posted by southfieldhibby View Post
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    One of my favourite teas, homemade though. And with eggs. Smoked haddock is also important. And tomatoes.

    Dinnae buy a pre-made one though beefy, thats $#@!e.
    I agree on both mate

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    Dinny leave it to chance, dae it yerself. Surprise yersel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Power View Post
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    Dinny leave it to chance, dae it yerself. Surprise yersel.
    I live near the sea. "See me, see the sea, i luv the sea me" to quote Rab C...

    but i'm $#@!ed if um gon doon there wi a rod and Anette!! 1 pound fish pie. home and dry. thankyou very much!

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    I agree on both mate
    Stanton Spence eh. Never known to rock the boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southfieldhibby View Post
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    One of my favourite teas, homemade though. And with eggs. Smoked haddock is also important. And tomatoes.

    Dinnae buy a pre-made one though beefy, thats $#@!e.
    tomatoes?? never had that format, peas maybe
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    Quote Originally Posted by tricky View Post
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    tomatoes?? never had that format, peas maybe
    Aye, wee baby ones, cooked in the pie. Tasty.

    Emma also uses rye bread crumbs as a topping sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricky View Post
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    tomatoes?? never had that format, peas maybe
    It's jist kedgiree withoot rice innit?

    Mind's me of my pal's missus years ago...

    "ooh I could just go a chicken curry fae the chinky" (we are talking food and not the person or country they come from and any offence is unintentional as I'm just reminiscing from a past tense but I understand why white liberals get upset about such. I don't really it's all about context. Sigh)

    Me phoning...

    "So you want a chicken curry, Donna? Fried rice aye?"

    "Aye but I dnnae want any chicken in it."

    "Eh?"

    "Naw it's that chicken fried rice with curry sauce I want."

    ""What?!"

    "Right get me the fried rice with peas in it."

    "Chicken fried rice ye mean aye?"

    "Aye but without chicken in it."

    I'm still oan the fone trying to order this...

    "So you just want rice and curry sauce is what yer meaning?"

    "Naw ! just get me that chicken curry stuff...but I dinnae want peas in it either!"

    "Whoah! WTF What are you talking about woman?"

    "Just order it will YE!"

    Blah Blah Blah none the wiser blah blah blahddy blah..

    So I did. She got a portion of fried rice. Nae curry sauce. I got her a sachet of soy sauce though. She proceeded to eat bits of everyone's meals and declared it the finest meal we have ever had! She had one portion of fried rice FFS!

    To this day I wish I had ordered her boiled rice.

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    I do a Jamie Oliver fish pie recipe but just use white fish.

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    Fish Pie

    I'm a big fan of the humble spud (despite having to harvest the buggers as a kid at the home for unwanted ginger children). In fact I love tatties - boiled, roasted, baked, chips, mashed... I love em BUT a pie's not really a pie unless it's got a pie crust in my book. My Mrs does a fish pie with a crust and it's proper.

    I'll go as far as to say that the soggy layer of mash burned on the top you find on most fish pies is a criminal waste of potatoes. Better to make a fish stew with mash on the side if that's the combination you so desire.

    The beauty of the fish pie 'n' crust combination is you can have tatties on the side too. I like mine with roasties. Yup, give me my Mrs' big inviting flakey crust over Captain Birdseye's gloopy mess every time!


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    What constitutes a pie debate ... the new flag debate!

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    Personally I use green food colouring in two thirds of the mash over the assorted fish, some smoked, some peas, no tomato, and have that down each side with plain white mashed down the middle and a sprinkling of cheddar.

    I've never thought of taking it to Easter Road.

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    Well the pie wad lovely even if it only had some tiddlers in it. Had to stick a pizza in the oven for ma pudding. Think I'll try and make my own next time after what you lovely peeps have been saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southfieldhibby View Post
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    One of my favourite teas, homemade though. And with eggs. Smoked haddock is also important. And tomatoes.

    Dinnae buy a pre-made one though beefy, thats $#@!e.
    Agreed - and some mustard in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue toon hibby View Post
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    Agreed - and some mustard in it.
    Interesting. It doesn’t sound like that would work, but I’ll * give that a go next time

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    Anyone had one of these bassas - Stargazy pie?



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    I don't like many of the ingredients in a fish pie but somehow I love a fish pie. Capers are a good addition. Kedgeree though - that's the prince among dishes. The secret is FCKLOADS of butter.

    One difference I've noticed between England and Scotland is the idea that haddock and - especially - cod are rubbishy fish. They're not exactly delicacies down here but they're not thought of as crap. Whereas my in-laws would have a fit if we served up cod to them as part of a proper dinner.
    so what do I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu View Post
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    Anyone had one of these bassas - Stargazy pie?


    That's like something oota fishy horror film! $#@! off!!!

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    I don't like fish, but I've made an untold number of fishpies.

    Spring onion and chives are a must, as is Dijon mustard and smoked haddock. I put peas in too.
    Thick layer of buttery mash and a layer of cheddar. Always goes down well.

    Frozen ones are a waste of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu View Post
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    Anyone had one of these bassas - Stargazy pie?


    Had never heard of this so googled it to see if it was an actual thing. Seems it is!

    It's a pretty strong look, unafraid to court controversy. I doubt I'd order one tbh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu View Post
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    Anyone had one of these bassas - Stargazy pie?


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