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    Re: The Parm - E - I -E - I - O Thread

    Post by Pain on Thu Sep 15, 2016 11:07 pm

    @Honeysett wrote:

    Haha ah right, fair play then. I don't really mind. How awesome is my dog though?

    Mitch would tap that

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    Re: The Parm - E - I -E - I - O Thread

    Post by Milchcow on Fri Sep 16, 2016 9:21 am


    Speaking of dumpies, I have to say Yum Cha is perhaps the finest option for a Saturday brunch. Something I partake in often, and will be doing so tomorrow in fact
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    Post by filthridden on Fri Sep 16, 2016 9:44 am

    @Milchcow wrote:
    Speaking of dumpies,  I have to say Yum Cha is perhaps the finest option for a Saturday brunch.  Something I partake in often,  and will be doing so tomorrow in fact

    I'm always relived after some Saturday morning dumpies.
    Sometimes I go out for dumplings afterwards.
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    Re: The Parm - E - I -E - I - O Thread

    Post by Pain on Fri Sep 16, 2016 1:00 pm

    f i l t h r i d d e n wrote:

    I'm always relived after some Saturday morning dumpies.
    Sometimes I go out for dumplings afterwards.

    Way to kill a food thread...
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    Post by Honeysett on Fri Sep 16, 2016 1:29 pm

    @Milchcow wrote:
    Speaking of dumpies,  I have to say Yum Cha is perhaps the finest option for a Saturday brunch.  Something I partake in often,  and will be doing so tomorrow in fact

    Yum Cha and Sushi Train are two of my favourite things when you're really hungry. Sit down and eat as much as you can afford. Brilliant
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    Re: The Parm - E - I -E - I - O Thread

    Post by SI on Fri Sep 16, 2016 1:42 pm

    Clearly not many of us Aussie blokes (read Bogan's) left.
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    Re: The Parm - E - I -E - I - O Thread

    Post by filthridden on Fri Sep 16, 2016 1:45 pm

    @Honeysett wrote:

    Yum Cha and Sushi Train are two of my favourite things when you're really hungry. Sit down and eat as much as you can afford. Brilliant

    Yum Cha is amazing but maybe I am the worst hipster ever - Sushi makes me want to vom. Tastes like dumpies to me.
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    Post by Honeysett on Fri Sep 16, 2016 1:47 pm

    iSIs wrote:Clearly not many of us Aussie blokes (read Bogan's) left.

    I bet you don't even get a mani pedi. Savage.
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    Re: The Parm - E - I -E - I - O Thread

    Post by SI on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:00 pm

    Feeling like "dumpo" in the thread title deserves a capital D, it's pretty important.  In saying that, this thread will always be truly known as the Parmy thread.

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    Post by Oz Sport Mad on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:01 pm

    iSIs wrote:Clearly not many of us Aussie blokes (read Bogan's) left.

    Look I'll eat most food and don't mind the odd curry and nasi goreng but I'm with you SI - let's get this thread back on track with some robust analysis of the old 'dog's eye' (translation for emo hipsters: meat pie).
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    Post by SI on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:07 pm

    So are we all in agreeance that smothering a pie in Tommy Sauce takes away the subtle nuances of said delight?  

    About the only thing I actually have tomato sauce on is cold corned beef sandwiches.  Used to have it on hot chips but since moving to Perth you pretty much get punched in the side of the face if you choose sauce over gravy on chips.
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    Re: The Parm - E - I -E - I - O Thread

    Post by Honeysett on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:10 pm

    I gotta admit something here. I know it's wrong, I know it's frowned upon. I prefer to eat my meat pie by ripping the top off getting a fork and eating the inside first and then the pastry. I know it's wrong. Shut up.
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    Post by Milchcow on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:11 pm

    iSIs wrote:Clearly not many of us Aussie blokes (read Bogan's) left.

    Us hipsters rule all.

    My wife even keeps quinoa in the house.
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    Re: The Parm - E - I -E - I - O Thread

    Post by Bren on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:11 pm

    Where does Josh Mansour keep his sauce? Fridge or cupboard? I feel this news is extremely important.
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    Re: The Parm - E - I -E - I - O Thread

    Post by filthridden on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:13 pm

    @Oz Sport Mad wrote:

    Look I'll eat most food and don't mind the odd curry and nasi goreng but I'm with you SI - let's get this thread back on track with some robust analysis of the old 'dog's eye' (translation for emo hipsters: meat pie).

    A mate of mine back in the day used to own a van and they'd have a d-driver going to town on the night. The girls that got picked up got a ride in the van and they always stopped in at a local 24-7 servo on the way home and everyone got a pie.

    This is where they introduced the steak-and-cheese rule.

    Any sheila who purchased a steak in cheese got ditched at the servo. Not sure how this rule came about or how often it happened but seemed hilarious to me at the time. Pretty ratshit move considering they were ditching some poor lass halfway to South Auckland at 2-3am in the morning.

    Personally, I love a good chicken satay pie.

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    Post by Oz Sport Mad on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:14 pm

    iSIs wrote:So are we all in agreeance that smothering a pie in Tommy Sauce takes away the subtle nuances of said delight?  

    About the only thing I actually have tomato sauce on is cold corned beef sandwiches.  Used to have it on hot chips but since moving to Perth you pretty much get punched in the side of the face if you choose sauce over gravy on chips.

    If you have any ounce of self respect left SI, you'll punch yourself in the face for that act of sacrilege.

    If you're an adult, sauce should really only ever be added to a sausage in bread.
    There's really very few other exceptions and a corned beef sanga is certainly not one of them (not to mention one of the finest delights known to man).

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    Post by Oz Sport Mad on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:16 pm

    @Milchcow wrote:

    Us hipsters rule all.

    My wife even keeps quinoa in the house.

    I pronounce quinoa incorrectly, purely out of principle.

    You make me sick

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    Re: The Parm - E - I -E - I - O Thread

    Post by Bren on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:21 pm

    @Honeysett wrote:I gotta admit something here. I know it's wrong, I know it's frowned upon. I prefer to eat my meat pie by ripping the top off getting a fork and eating the inside first and then the pastry. I know it's wrong. Shut up.
    So wrong its right. I go one step further and mix the tomato sauce (cold from the fridge) in with the meat inside and on the top part of the pastry.
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    Post by filthridden on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:22 pm

    @Milchcow wrote:

    Us hipsters rule all.

    My wife even keeps quinoa in the house.

    HS's house is built out of the stuff.
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    Re: The Parm - E - I -E - I - O Thread

    Post by SI on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:23 pm

    @Oz Sport Mad wrote:
    iSIs wrote:So are we all in agreeance that smothering a pie in Tommy Sauce takes away the subtle nuances of said delight?  

    About the only thing I actually have tomato sauce on is cold corned beef sandwiches.  Used to have it on hot chips but since moving to Perth you pretty much get punched in the side of the face if you choose sauce over gravy on chips.

    If you have any ounce of self respect left SI, you'll punch yourself in the face for that act of sacrilege.

    If you're an adult, sauce should really only ever be added to a sausage in bread.
    There's really very few other exceptions and a corned beef sanga is certainly not one of them (not to mention one of the finest delights known to man).
    Oh I did forget about the sausage on bread mate, big Sauce fan there as well.  Can't get more Aussie than a couple from Bunnings on a Sunday arvo, no onions for me.

    I can spend 2 and a half hours at Bunnings and the only thing that comes out of my mouth is "2 without, please".

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