8. It's a pie. But it's not.

Today's episode is a week late due to eggs and weddings. We talk about the ageing Intercity 125 and its role in the British sandwich revolution(role, roll, geddit? Aah never mind). We then ruminate over cheap design services and why designers get their knickers in such a twist over them. That discussion leads us neatly on to the book of the month, Design is a Job by Mike Monteiro, which basically tell us to be professional, pull our trousers up and stop blaming the client. We then review one authentic pie and a quiche that is masquerading as a pie. The hunt for a vegetable-based pie continues…

April 1st, 2016 / 59:41 / Episode 8

Show Notes

Today's episode is a week late due to eggs and weddings. We talk about the ageing Intercity 125 and its role in the British sandwich revolution(role, roll, geddit? Aah never mind).

We then ruminate over cheap design services and why designers get their knickers in such a twist over them. That discussion leads us neatly on to the book of the month, Design is a Job by Mike Monteiro, which basically tell us to be professional, pull our trousers up and stop blaming the client.

We then review one authentic pie and a quiche that is masquerading as a pie. The hunt for a vegetable-based pie continues…

This week's pies

Pie Drink Review Rating

Little Mushroom and Feta Pie by Higgidy

Water

Sounds like an architects. Not a pie. No top. It’s a pie but it’s not.

5

Steak and Ale pie by Tom’s Pies from Robson’s Butchers, Hampton

Redhead by Twickenham Ale

Pastry fantastic. Tastes of beer and beef.

7
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