The most traditional English food is ?

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  1. stony

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    A just appraisal.
     
  2. bluemoon risin'

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    Pie snob are we Lakey?
     
  3. Paul Lake's Left Knee

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    See Bacon, you daft canuck twat, there isnt pastry involved, but a mash top, its still a pie, it has a lid and the clue is in its title.
     
  4. Barcon

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    One word:

    Hair pie.


    Zero crust.
     
  5. Paul Lake's Left Knee

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    Not at all, I will eat shabby pies from the chippy as well as high quality ones. I am a pie fan more than anything else.
     
  6. Barcon

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    Just because he calls it a pie, doesn't mean it is a pie.

    You fucking pie.
     
  7. Paul Lake's Left Knee

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    Well that all depends on the quality and age of the lady, I bet Wayne Rooney is used to a crust on his.
     
  8. Paul Lake's Left Knee

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    So is a cottage pie not a pie??
     
  9. stony

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    Lia's mother in law makes the best chicken pie I have ever tasted. She is a seriously good cook.
     
  10. Barcon

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    Maybe.


    Banana cream pie has no crust.
     

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