By Mail?

A first purchase from this company with the long name! Rather fun to see the outside box all done up like a posted parcel! At first I had tried to remove one of the labels and realised it was just part of the packaging.

Three Good Things:
1. The pie was totally delicious - crispy pastry and lots of meat inside that was very tender.
2. Watching the wisteria come out in all its glory.
3. The ability to spell things properly using google.
Very fun. I love watching wisteria, as well. I can't wait for spring and it's barely autumn here.
posted October 16th, 2018  
oh yummy!
posted October 16th, 2018  
my wisteria, which has spent years getting established climbing the chicken house has no scent! i feel cheated
posted October 16th, 2018  
very cool packaging. looking forward to seeing the wisteria in all its glory!
posted October 16th, 2018  
@kali66 Actually ours doesn't have a scent at all either! Neither does my honeysuckle or jasmine! Totally cheated!
posted October 16th, 2018  
@summerfield Think I'll post one today - when the leaves arrive they almost hide the flowers!
posted October 16th, 2018  
Looks like a tasty pie and the packaging is cute...great shot
posted October 16th, 2018  
I love every kind of pie! What kind was that?
posted October 16th, 2018  
What clever marketing the pie company has!
posted October 16th, 2018  
bep
The pie sounds delicious!
posted October 16th, 2018  
This pie looks very tempting....New Zealand does good pies! Always good to find a good one so you don't have to make your own! Are you home yet?
posted October 16th, 2018  
I would have thought you'd make yours - I buy everything! Thank goodness for Google!
posted October 16th, 2018  
@happypat Home a couple of days ago, Pat! This is a new Company and you can order a package online - delivery to the door! Including Pork Pies and Cornish Pasties!
posted October 16th, 2018  
@congaree It was a beef and cheese pie - quite thick- about 40cm!
posted October 16th, 2018  
How unique, love the labeling....& the pie was delicious.....Love No.3 & I agree....
posted October 16th, 2018  
Beef and cheese pie...............that sounds interesting!
posted October 17th, 2018  
@radiogirl My son who lives in Canada misses the pies so much!
posted October 17th, 2018  
What a cute way to package a pie. It sounds delicious based on your answer to someone. Terrific shot of your food
posted October 17th, 2018  
@grammyn We have only eaten half of it so next half, I'll take a picture!
posted October 17th, 2018  
Clever… Looks real. Had to look up what a wisteria was… ;-p
posted October 17th, 2018  
A great idea and fabulous shot. I so love your nr. 3 ;-)
posted October 17th, 2018  
@ludwigsdiana I'm a stickler for right spelling but nowadays its so easy to find out! Can they be bothered?
posted October 17th, 2018  
@bankmann I hope you didn't get it confused with listeria?
posted October 17th, 2018  
@maggiemae
Oh, goodness me, no! :-)
I do come from a 'green-fingered' family, but my own botanical knowledge only goes so far...
posted October 17th, 2018  
@bankmann I'm just having fun with the words, Mr B!
posted October 17th, 2018  
@maggiemae
I know, :-)
posted October 17th, 2018  
A pie through the post? What an amazing thought!
posted October 17th, 2018  
A delicious parcel
posted October 17th, 2018  
Great shot! I hope it was tasty!
posted October 17th, 2018  
Very interesting packaging. It certainly attracts attention.
posted October 17th, 2018  
Sounds yummy! Might have to see if there's a recipe like this I could try. Fun packaging too!
posted October 18th, 2018  
@olivetreeann The meat in all these pies have been cooked using long slow cooking, Ann!
posted October 18th, 2018  
Looks delicious . What a treat and they nailed the packaging.
posted October 19th, 2018  
cool fun capture. very creative packaging indeed
posted October 19th, 2018  
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