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Easier (and faster) to make than you think, meat pies are the perfect winter food. Make one of these comforting treats this weekend.
Even easier than a pot pie (with no pastry to fiddle with), this shepherd’s pie features garlic confit for an extra kick.
Chiko Rolls are a staple of an Australian diet; nothing satisfies the palate after a long Sunday session quite like a Chiko Roll.
Sean Heather’s steak pot pie benefits from an added Irish twist of Guinness. This dish is a crowd favourite at The Irish Heather and has been on the menu since the Vancouver gastropub opened 19 years ago.
Another Australian treat—every true Aussie has a soft spot for a meat pie; whether it’s been cooked by mum or picked up after a Sunday session.