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July 14, 2005

World's Longest Pie Chain


The meaning of the word "piehole" has been investigated by some of my more didactically–inclined readers and even one member of my crack research team in what little spare time she's allowed but that's not what this post is about.

Neither the word nor her dearth of spare time.

Besides, all she'd do with it is mess up so it's better I keep her off the streets.

No, today I turn my attention to a very formidable piece of heavy metal baking gear.

If you don't know what a pie chain is, well, you won't ever be able to say that again.

And admit it: isn't that why you're here?

To learn about pie chains and suchlike?


Now that we've established the reason for your presence here when you should be doing something else — close to nothing, in the long run, it's true, but hey, ya gotta do what ya gotta do — let's get on with it, shall we?

Because we don't have all day.

Well, let me clarify: I do but, sadly, you don't.

OK, then.

"A pie chain weights your unfilled crust as it blind–bakes."

See: I knew there was a reason I've been keeping "Tommy" on endless replay.

The 10–foot–long chain covers 66% more crust than those of competitors, according to the paper catalogue where I first encountered this device.

"Forget the beans and rice, this chain is much easier to use."

$15.95 here.

Perfect for those club nights when you're in your Goth mood and want to add a little pizzazz to spice up your look and your destination isn't quite the venue for diamonds–by–the–yard.


You know the place.

July 14, 2005 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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I can think of quite a few uses for such a long chain of ... balls... but the last one would be pie baking. I mean, you don't know where that thing's been.


Posted by: IB | Jul 18, 2005 12:13:02 AM

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