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non sequitur | Dec 30, 201211:10 AM     18

The local bakery in highland village (East Scarborough) went under in the past year, and I've lost my source for meat pies. I'm sure they didn't make them from scratch, but rather bought them wholesale uncooked, then baked them in house. I started eating these when they were sold at the shopsy's counter within loblaws 35+ years ago, and now I'm suffering without my essential comfort food.

These are not scotch pies, though they are often sold side-by-side. They are like mini-tourtière pies, in a metal tin. Anyone know where I can find these, preferably in scarborough/pickering?

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