Maketu Pies, made in the Bay of Plenty, and distributed to fine food outlets, for you to enjoy.
Available in a wide variety of flavours, there's a pie for everyone.
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NOTE: No longer being produced
I must admit, that when I was invited to review a pie, skeptical would be less than accurate. But as a gent who's willing to give anything a go, and an avid pastry fan, I put my name down straight away.
The pie arrived, and into the microwave it went. A couple of minutes later, accompanied by an absolutely amazing smell, my pie came out of the microwave.
It was love at first bite. The curry was definitely noticible, and impossible to miss, but not overpoweringly so. The pie was delicious, the flakey pastry as flakey as it can be when heated in the microwave. The texture of the contents was perfect, not too much gravy, or on the flip-side, not too little either. For a mince pie, suprisingly filling.
Definitely the best pie I've had in a while, if not a little pricey.
I think i'll be stopping off at the supermarket on the way home...
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