The most traditional English food is ?

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  1. bluemoon risin'

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    Crust or no crust you pie pedant. I have cooked quite a few fish pies for lady's on dinner dates Lakey . Nice bottle of wine or two and into my bed for a cream pie desert. I draw the line at them offering me a fishy pie though ; )
     
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  3. Barcon

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    All that needs is a load of butter and a bowl of gravy for dipping.
     
  4. Paul Lake's Left Knee

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    When you say maybe you mean yes, cottage pie is a pie.

    You are a ****, and your food knowledge is comparable to a typical rag and football knowledge.

    Look I can not be held accountable for what you lot do over the pond, Peccan pie doesnt have a lid either, but you and your neighbours defile all sorts of food related stuffs so you cant be trusted about anything.

    I dont go in for it, I think they are flans, pastry bottom with no top is a flan for me. Apple pie has a top, as its a proper pie.
     
  5. bluemoon risin'

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    You disappoint me stony. You live a stone throw from Jump and you haven't sampled them pork pies.

    Pie peasant.
     
  6. Paul Lake's Left Knee

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    Nowt wrong with peasant pies, they have their place.
     
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  8. stony

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    Haven't had the time mate.
     
  9. bluemoon risin'

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    Brummie pheasant.
     
  10. Tanzeylee

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    Was this when your relationships started to take a nose dive
     

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