Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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I never imagined it would be edible.

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Surpies!

Pick a pie, any pie...
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They come in a box of four with the name 'SURPIES!' emblazoned on the front. Nobody but the person who packed them has any idea what's inside.

It could be just pure pastry all the way through, rhubarb and custard, steak and kidney or a kinder like toy suspended in pork jelly.

As an incentive for people to buy them there could be a chance of finding £50 in the middle of offal!

Puff_Pastry_Hangman, May 24 2002

Random Pie Emporium http://www.halfbake...om_20Pie_20Emporium
Straight from the pages of the HB, just add a box. [phoenix, May 24 2002, last modified Oct 17 2004]

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       On the conditon that you don't get mixed flavours like beef and custard, I award half a pie. Welcome.
yamahito, May 24 2002
  

       Remember, blissmiss, no holidays from the bakery allowed..
yamahito, May 24 2002
  

       Already HalfBaked. (link)
phoenix, May 24 2002
  

       Hope you still have half a gallbladder.
reensure, May 24 2002
  

       What about those with food allergies? Sudden death is always surprising...
Maicheline, Jan 22 2003
  

       If I'm going to pay money for it, I want to like it. And I'm afraid I would not like the "Surpies" of biting into a steak and kidney pie.
tchaikovsky, Oct 25 2003
  

       Soylent Green anyone?
spiraliii, Oct 26 2003
  

       Sounds like herpies. ...MMMMmmmmm pustuals. Tastes like rotten fish.
Mauve Herring, May 12 2005
  
      
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