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Pie and Meanies

By Michelin tyre master chef Gus King

Posted December 13, 2013
pie and meanies
Genius: Pie and Meanies. © Ignatius Rake

Feeling nostalgic for the heady days of rave? Gus King recreates an early 90s classic.


Buy a beef and onion pie and microwave it.

Serve it on a plate with a packet of Meanies.

Pie and Meanies.

Safe.


Hat tip: DJ NRG Raver invented this dish in Newington Green during the height of rave in the early 90s. No one has topped it yet because no one ever will. Pie and Meanies rule.


See also Bacon egg noodles, posted 2/12/13.


When we found Gus King passed out by the bins, we just had to give him a job. He now shares his culinary secrets with YOU, the discerning readers of the Rake & Herald, in four sentences or fewer for just a bottle of cheap sherry a week. Remember: "Cooking is simple with Gus King!" He won his Michelin tyre in a raffle.



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