LOL! The cook must be the Big Bad Wolf.
I think Lisa is on to something! LOL!Thanks for including the link to the "secret." Great sign find! Especially for those of us who have never heard of this type of pie before.
Reminds me of a graphic I saw recently that reads:Let's eat grandma!Let's eat, Grandma!Punctuation Saves Lives!:D
It sounds delicious and if it's as big as the link shows it might well be worth it.Thanks for sharing some of your local flavor!When I first saw it I was thinking 'pies'. Local dialect as well. :)
It does make one wonder.
Good one.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Yep, surprise, surprise!! What a great shot for the day, Dianne! Enjoy your evening! Hugs to Hope!Sylvia
Great capture, Dianne!And your post title instantly reminded me of the Broadway musical, Sweeney Todd, and those MEAT pies - HA!Hope you had a fab day, dear lady!X
It must be rare for that price!
It's homemade! ^_^Signs,Signs
Grandma Pie, that doesn't sound good, nice price though.
I'd have to try it just to know!
just hope that wasn't a strip club!Aloha from HonoluluComfort Spiral > < } } ( ° > ><}}(°>
I thought maybe it was like the A&W papa/mama burger idea. I was wrong.
Did the chef look like Angela Lansbury?
Ah, possibly some of EVERYTHING? LOL! Great post. Cheers Lady Di!!
Hilarious! How many grandmas would there be in one pie? LOL!
Maybe Grandma pie is double the size of the regular pie. Hehehe!
And yet it's only $14.00!Hehehehe
Grandma's secret. love. That's a great sign.
Ha! It immediately brought "Sweeney Todd" to mind!
oh woops..I wasn't copying Ron.I just saw it reminded him of the musical as well.
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