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SOMETHING I FOUND FOR BUGSTER

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1 SOMETHING I FOUND FOR BUGSTER on Wed Nov 06, 2013 9:04 am

thesweetestpea

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Weren't you the one looking for mini-pie plates??? Here's a link to one I found at Crate & Barrel.

http://www.crateandbarrel.com/mini-pie-dish/s554723

2 Re: SOMETHING I FOUND FOR BUGSTER on Wed Nov 06, 2013 9:18 pm

Bugster2

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Thanks Pea! LOL! I found those a few months back at C&B. I bought several of them. A very good size for a half size pie.

3 Re: SOMETHING I FOUND FOR BUGSTER on Thu Nov 07, 2013 7:06 am

thesweetestpea

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We love pot pies but making one large one is messy when cut. I was thinking making 4 small ones would really work well, and have a second batch for supper a few days later. So you recommend them, then?

4 Re: SOMETHING I FOUND FOR BUGSTER on Thu Nov 07, 2013 1:01 pm

Bugster2

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I think they are great for a smaller pie. They are not deep dish like many pot pies but I think they will work. They may look huge at first but they are shallow.

5 Re: SOMETHING I FOUND FOR BUGSTER on Thu Nov 07, 2013 1:24 pm

bethk

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Those are adorable! Next time I have an opportunity to visit a C&B I'll have to look 'em up.

I did terrible in the Corning outlet store.....ended up having to give the clerk $85 to let me out the door.....I was JUST GOING TO LOOK.....

 

6 Re: SOMETHING I FOUND FOR BUGSTER on Thu Nov 07, 2013 7:48 pm

thesweetestpea

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I went ahead and ordered them along with 8 of their super giant premium peanut butter cups from Halloween. They were 75% off and only 99 cents each and also ordered a small loaf of chocolate covered marzipan. I love marzipan and it's hard to get any good stuff. I will slice it and take my time eating it as it's so rich. Thanks for the recommendation.

LOL Beth your "I was just going to look" comment reminded me of my niece about 20 years ago, while staying with us. She and the girl next door went somewhere together and on the way home they each ended up with a tiny, filthy, flea ridden kitten. They said they were on the side of the road but later admitted there was a "free kitten" sign and they just stopped to look. Now, you know that two teenage girls are not going to be able to resist a free kitten. And guess who ended up spending $350 on the free kittens. I told her that kittens are never free. We had Miss Willow for over 14 years.

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