17. Feeding on the bottoms of mid-stream fish

This week Rob airs his dirty laundry in the revamped Ikea bag, while Jon curls his lip at Michael Wolff’s archly lupine comments about the new British Steel logo. We then prattle on about knolling and networking. Rob grapples with a pie that is defined, but ultimately ruined by, a slice of Chorizo while Jon sings from the terraces with a basic steak pie from Tesco.

June 9th, 2016 / 1:07:36 / Episode 17

Show Notes

This week Rob airs his dirty laundry in the revamped Ikea bag, while Jon curls his lip at Michael Wolff’s archly lupine comments about the new British Steel logo. We then prattle on about knolling and networking.

Rob grapples with a pie that is defined, but ultimately ruined by, a slice of Chorizo while Jon sings from the terraces with a basic steak pie from Tesco.

This week's pies

Pie Drink Review Rating

Chip Shop Pie by Tesco

Fursty Ferret by Wodehouse & Hall

Soggy. Crispy. Hardly anything inside it. How a pie should be. What’s not to like.

5

Pork and Chorizo Pork Pie from Castle Street Bakehouse, Kingston

Thin slice of chorizo inside. Quite disappointingly unchorizo.

5
To the Pie Charts! ↣
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