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Man Pies [Bellingham, Wa]

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sedimental Feb 3, 2011 08:18 PM

Anyone else tried these? I have only had the chicken pie but I intend to try many more! They are really nicely seasoned, cooked well, fresh ingredients and really well made.

Makes a great lunch.

http://www.manpies.com/

  1. bbqboy Feb 3, 2011 08:29 PM

    Those look interesting. They are 1 person pizzas or open faced pot pies?

    Desert ones too?
    cool.

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      sedimental Feb 3, 2011 08:33 PM

      They are really cool little 1 person "circular pies" you can hold in your hand (top and bottom crust). Very unique idea.

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        bbqboy Feb 3, 2011 08:40 PM

        Makes me wish I wasn't 500 miles away.
        Thanks.

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          Sharoneonta Feb 4, 2011 04:47 PM

          http://cousinjackspasty.com/

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            bbqboy Feb 4, 2011 05:37 PM

            Well, I know pirogies and pasties, but the man pies look like neither of those.
            The pasties look good though.
            I'll have to find out if anyone is selling them in the Rogue Valley.

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              Sharoneonta Feb 6, 2011 07:30 AM

              A good "local" alternative, they're really yummy.

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                bbqboy Feb 6, 2011 07:33 AM

                We have a Market of Choice here in Ashland, but it doesn't list them as one of their outlets.
                I'm going to go ask for them.
                Thanks for the tip.

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                Market of Choice
                67 W 29th Ave, Eugene, OR

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                  Sharoneonta Feb 6, 2011 07:35 AM

                  Ask for the Ivy's fig sauce too.

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                    bbqboy Feb 8, 2011 07:14 AM

                    I went in yesterday and asked and the clerk said, "You mean the Steak & Ale"?
                    I guess they came down last week and introduced them w/samples. She was enthusiastic. I didn't realize they were frozen though, and since I wasn't on the way home I will have to pick some up later.
                    I forgot the fig sauce name, so I have to go back anyway. Thanks again.

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                      Sharoneonta Feb 25, 2011 12:38 PM

                      Eugene Groupon today. Half off a case. Just an FYI. No, I don't work for them.

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                        bbqboy Feb 26, 2011 06:07 PM

                        That's a good deal, but I'm 200 miles south of Eugene. :(
                        Ashland is on the Cal. border.

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      laurachow Feb 5, 2011 11:19 AM

      I wouldn't hold one in my hand and try to eat it, but they are delicious. We don't eat meat, but we can vouch for the caramelized onion pie. Delish! Makes a great side dish. We're looking forward to trying the other veggie option. You can get updates on their specials if you "like" their Facebook page. A great addition to Bellingham! Love it!

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