tvldiva wrote: I just saw that next monday, Oct 27th, Good Eats (on the Food Network) will be about the origins of Shepards Pie and Mincemeat Pies. The host, Alton Brown, usually gives great and easy recipes.
I got a great laugh when I saw this article. In Austin, they are performing Sweeney Todd at the Paramount Theater next week. As a tie in, they are having a blood drive next tuesday. For those giving blood, they are offering free shaves and meat pies! Brilliant! Now that's marketing I can get behind.
nancy hillner wrote:Where'd they get the meat for those pies?
poptartgirl wrote:There's also a zombie film festival this weekend in Austin. On Saturday, they're showing Shaun of the Dead and as part of that, there's a record throwing contest.
If you've seen the movie, then hopefully you'll know what I'm talking about .
poptartgirl wrote:I've been to Boomerang Pies once before. I had the traditional beef mince pie -- very tasty. I haven't tried any of their other selections yet.
I didn't go to the Shaun of the Dead screening at Alamo Drafthouse. I bet the record throwing decapitation contest was a hoot. I did catch some of the movie on Comedy Central on Sunday afternoon.
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