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Old 07-09-2014, 10:22 PM
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Dave, conversation from the other thread:

Not so good unfortunately. Still on the market. Bit of a niche house though as its too expensive for first home buyers and too small for families.
Suits empty nesters just need to find one interested.
Take a look if you like:
103 Toolara Cct Forest Lake Qld 4078 - House for Sale #116891915 - realestate.com.au

On a side note, the WFO for the new house has been ordered
Hope to pour the slab in 2 weeks time and then 4 weeks after that I can start the block work etc.
G'day
It's a fine looking house , gotta say of course I flicked through the pics to find the outdoor area with the pizza oven. Turned out real nice, be interested to see if its an asset for the sale.
Live in the Wynnum / Manly area myself in a 50s Queenslander ( built on stilts a one storey house built as high as the secound storey for those who don't know).
A single storey house suitable to " empty nesters" are as rare as rocking horse poo out this way. In fact the next mod to this house will probably be an elevator, I sh$t you not, I'm serious, at least we can stay in the area we love when we to tired and old to climb the stairs.
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Old 07-09-2014, 10:56 PM
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I meant to respond to this a while back. Doesn't just about every continent have some sort of savory or meat pie? Surely not just us backwards Americans with our weird terminology and archaic imperial system.

Tourtière is a Canadian meat pie I grew up with ( dad was born in Montreal) and the good woman is french/Irish so we've made and ate a fair portion of them. It on the list of thing to make in the oven.
G'day stonecutter
I goggled tourtière.... Yes... Now that's what I like in a meat pie. I'll be giving that a go when we get home from holidays. I'm not French Canadian so you recon I could get away from not serving it on "reveillon", Xmas eve.
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Double crusted meat pies have been the mainstay of building workers in Australia for decades wher the pie van visits the building site twice aday. Must say that they are not as good as your tourtière
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Old 07-10-2014, 04:55 AM
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The humble meat pie might not be haute cuisine but they are popular on worksites across the nation. The tourtiere does look good and worthy of some further attention.

The old jingle about football, meat pies, kangaroos and Holden cars but it might be worth having a look at combining the two in the middle.
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