Breville Antony Worrall Thompson Gourmet Pie Maker reduced from £34.99 to £10.49 at Sainsburys.NOMNOM
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Breville Antony Worrall Thompson Gourmet Pie Maker reduced from £34.99 to £10.49 at Sainsburys.NOMNOM

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Found 12th Sep 2011
Same product is £39.99 at Argos and £24.99 at Amazon.

This is a very good price for a quality pie maker...NOM NOM

Hope this helps someone.

There's nothing like a pie to cheer you up, whether you fill it with mince, pork, or delicious roast vegetables.

This pie-maker from Antony Worrall Thompson makes pie-making easy. It can cook four pies in about 10 minutes, thanks to its rapid heat function. It stands upright for compact storage, and features power-on and ready-to-cook indicators.

The box includes a pastry cutter, crimping tool, sweet and savoury recipe ideas plus a pastry guide.

It's as easy as pie!
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I do agree with whatsThePoint. However you can't argue that it's a good price for it. I do remember having some good times at university with a pie magic.
Edited by: "Doors" 12th Sep 2011
whatsThePoint

If your going to make a roast veg pie why not use the already hot … If your going to make a roast veg pie why not use the already hot ovenThis is another useless piece of kitchen equipment that will soon join all the other junk at the back of the cupboard


Plus, Antony Worrall Thompson is a KNOB
You still need to make the pastry though? If I'm doing that, I'll warm the oven while I'm in there. I suppose you could buy the ready made stuff, it'd be great for leftovers from the slow cooker, but I can't help feeling I wouldn't use it.

Still hot for the price though.
Doors

I do agree with whatsThePoint. However you can't argue that it's a good … I do agree with whatsThePoint. However you can't argue that it's a good price for it. I do remember having some good times at university with a pie magic.



Frozen pastry sheets, last nights left over curry .... lunch
Slated it, but added heat for the price
It'll go nicely in the cupboard with the George Formby grill, that Jamie Oliver shaker thingy, and all the other really useful appliances the relatives buy at Xmas ....
pauljones00

Plus, Antony Worrall Thompson is a KNOB



Oh, he speaks very highly of you!
Got one for £5 over a year ago and never used lol X)
Great if you love pies and eat them often enough, you can throw anything in a pie.
Use instead of oven and save about £43 in electric........
choc1969

Got one for £5 over a year ago and never used lol X)



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Sold out in Wigan. X)
Got my daughter one for £5 and she use it all the time, doing this and that in it .
Nearly got one for £5 last xmas but didn't think it would get used so had to resist even at that price.
choc1969

Got one for £5 over a year ago and never used lol X)


Thats cos your lazy, not cos its any good! lol
markq

Thats cos your lazy, not cos its any good! lol



Shut ya cakehole

choc1969

Shut ya cakehole



Cake...did I hear someone mention cake???
Cold from me - anything with that ginger **** name on will be sh1t quality..I know from past expensive experience
Cold just for using 'NOMNOM'.
i have just used this for the first time and its so easy,the pies are lovely and all in 15 mins-i did buy ready made pastry and made a mince beef and onion stuffing so not too much messing,i suppose you could bulk make this fillings and just make up when needed.
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