Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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OK its like this, why do i have to purchase two pies if i want a dinner and a pudding. I am thinking of the cornish pastie which has meat and potatoe along with some vegetables, thats my dinner. Then i have to go get myself an apple pie for afters.

Why not have a pie with half dinner and half pudding in the same pie? At one end your meat and potatoe and at the other end your apple filling????

A good meal in one easy crust able to be consumed on the move.

RISK, Jul 11 2000

Bedfordshire_clanger http://en.wikipedia...edfordshire_clanger
meat on one end sweet on the other [popbottle, Feb 23 2014]

Cornish Pasty history https://www.histori.../The-Cornish-Pasty/
Quite literally baked [Lemon, May 10 2020]


       Reminds me of some bloke I work with whose favourite lunchentiding involves a jacket potato stuffed with a filling of chips.   

       Except chips aren't pudding . . . not without sugar.   

       Anyway, I like it. It certainly would make buses smell more interesting.
eehen, Jul 11 2000

       Odd you should mention Cornish Pasties, RISK, as they were originally made this very way, with savoury at one end and sweet at the other - an easy to carry packed lunch for Cornish tin miners.   

       They seem to have evolved into entirely savoury beasts over the years, I know not why.
Lemon, Jul 12 2000

       Oh, I'm dissapointed - I read the title and thought that this was going to be a suggestion for Jutta to start up a HalfBakery merchandising website, where the keen HalfBakery user could order boxes of half-eaten croissants online.   

       I am reminded though of a Pie and Mash shop I used to go to (in Dalston Junction, Hackney) where the menu was Meat Pie, Parsley Sauce, Stewed Eels, Mash, Fruit Pie, Custard. So I would have Meat Pie and Sauce, followed by Fruit Pie and Custard - The nice thing was that the Meat Pie and the Fruit Pie looked identical before you cut into them.
hippo, Jul 12 2000

       Hmmm, well Lemon, thanks. I say bring em back if so cos i am sure that the market is ready now we all seem to have less time to enjoy a proper meal.
RISK, Jul 12 2000

       Stewed eels, please.
Vance, Jan 31 2001

       Starry Gazy Pie, please -- eel heads sticking well out.
magrak, Jul 20 2002

       Tell it to the people at Swansons RISK and maybe they would make/bake it. If the risk wasn't too great.
thecat, Jul 11 2003

       Did you just spend 20 years trying to work out how to add a link?
pocmloc, May 10 2020

       Not quite 20 years, sheesh I'm not that slow!
Lemon, May 10 2020

       The HB has the best banter anywhere, bar none.
Voice, May 10 2020


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