2nd annual sou'wester - AKA Tapes and Capes kick off


#701

Sadly not. We were talking about this a while ago. Back in Oz, I had two, Narelle had 1 and her Mum had several. None of which we brought with us :roll_eyes:


#702

a few here

https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_nkw=pie+iron


#703

I guess not much use with a gas BBQ. :cowboy_hat_face:


#704

Not so. We have used ours successfully over a wok burner and on gas and charcoal barbies.


#705

:unamused:


#706

Stop spoiling my trolling :weary:


#707

Fucking Ninja edit there!

With sooo much ammunition available, trolling Tezza about his safety barbie is hardly worth the effort.

:smirk:


#708

:+1:

‘Safety Barbie’ :rofl:


#709

Odds on he’s gonna get burned at lopwell


#710

There is nothing like a red hot jaffle iron to the back of the skull to focus the mind.


#711

Can you remember how many we burned last year? I forget


#712

Mind you Matt might be bringing his gas pizza oven should keep him busy long enough to keep his prog firmly in his record bag

Win win


#713

Jaffle was a brand name.
Sounded like waffle? Maybe…
Designed, named and patented by Dr Earnest Smithers of Bondi in June 1949.
(Australian Design Office registered Number 27089 actually).

Enjoyed many times watching the Eagles play at Subiaco.
Nice pies!


#714

I truly hate you lot :unamused:


#715

ANYWAY… Is it a goer? @Stepmotheratomicbomb @murrayjohnson can you bake the bread?


#716

Many of the local Inns have these bastards hanging on the wall,
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My question is how many shall I steal and will they be any good for toasties?


#717

Barbie has a safe word?


#718

I can easily make a couple of sandwich loafs


#719

No, no, no! Have you watched the wretched video?


#720

Any welding types fancy knocking up a Raclette melter?