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Old 05-25-12, 05:57 AM   #1
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Anti Pie ride.

Havea ride on Saturday night into Sunday and it will be the longest ride this year so went out for a gentle ride to see if I still work in the "Heatwave" we are having. I still do but down to the beach for coffee and Pie. Friday must not be a good Pie day as there was only Mince and Apple. Neither are my Pie of choice so what else is there? No pics as it was only a short ride and no camera but there was Chocolate cake- Pear tart- Custard Tart- Cream cake-Almond Slice-Eccles cake- 2 types of fruit cake- Lemon Drizzle cake and Cheese cake.

After that slice of Cheese cake--I an unconverted. There is a world of taste out there that if you get the chance you just have to try.
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Old 05-25-12, 06:32 AM   #2
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Forward a link to this post to the shop owners. Maybe they will shape up or face the wrath of angry BF members worldwide.

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Well, in spite of the name I would consider cheesecake as pie. It has crust and filling and is not a spongy sweet bread. Still, since we use a slice of pie as a personal reward for miles put in, you have to find a pie shop that has the kind of reward you like.
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