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australian meat pies – for everyone

Things Everyone Travelling to Australia Should Know…

1. Cars drive on the left side of the road. This may seem irrelevant to your trip, but all pedestrians need to be aware that when crossing the street you have to look right first, then left.

2. Capsicum means pepper. So, when you are using the self-checkout at grocery stores and are weighing your peppers, they will be found under the letter “c.”

3. Never listen to the weather forecast, and be prepared for anything. I think this one is self-explanatory.

4. When someone asks you what your Surname is, they mean your . . .

Things Everyone Travelling to Australia Should Know… | The

 

No. 7: Meat Pies

Within the first day 12 hours of being in Sydney, I was introduced to meat pies by an Australian. It was outside of the hotel I stayed in {Blue at Woolloomooloo — Say that 10 times, fast}, my very first night in Australia, at a Harry’s Cafe de Wheelsstand, one of many locations found in the Sydney-area.  Upon approach, I was told all about meat pies and how Harry’s was a classic with such fervor fervour.  I noted it.

What is a meat pie?

A meat pie is hand-sized and filled with diced or minced meat and gravy, sometimes also onions, mushrooms,

No. 7: Meat Pies | Things Aussies Like

 

What’s Really in Meat Pies?

Which brings me to meat pies.

What’s Really in Meat Pies? – Motivational Speaker – Craig Harper

 

 

 

 

 

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