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For more information, call 01207 233 733 or email fete@beamish-hall.co.uk www.beamish-hall.co.uk PIE-EYED: A WINE and pie tasting event is being held by Portovino Wines and the award-winning New Zealand Gourmet Pie Company at the CastleGate in Melbourne Street, Newcastle.
"Small squares of short crust pastry were given with each portion since the big crust, which was cut by Dickie Bird, though quite edible, was discarded for health reasons." Thanks for your response Dave, and for the pictures, which should help disprove once and for all this scurrilous pie-eyed theory of skullduggery.
Worse that it has spent pounds 17,698 since polling day on new stock to help foreigners get pie-eyed.
So, too, did the soloists, led by mezzo Suzanne Mentzer, who, sitting squirmily on a stool and looking alternately peevish, pie-eyed and penitent, gave the audience easy entree into the Child's storybook world.
Once an anthem for the bronzed and the beautiful, now it's the clarion call of the bleached and the pie-eyed courtesy of Sky, who have nicked the music to accompany the players and fans to the ad breaks during Premier League darts.
Whitman was anything but pie-eyed about American politics, as befits a former Grant administration appointee who had been abruptly discharged when he was discovered to be the author of the "immoral" Leaves of Grass.
He did go on in the article to say Wales deserved to win - a pie-eyed leprechaun with a Guinness in one hand and a rollie made up of four-leafed clovers in the other could have seen that.
In making their recommendations, both walk a line between hard-nosed realism and pie-eyed optimism.
Calling this course of events "perfectly insane," Harris once again didactically marvels at how our own pie-eyed tolerance of faith has brought us to this grimmest of all passes: "I have just described a plausible scenario in which much of the world's population could be annihilated on account of religious ideas that belong on the same shelf with Batman, the philosopher's stone, and unicorns."
Turns out they're not so dumb or pie-eyed. You gotta get by the sound, but after that it's worth it.
And analysts believe Fourtou's $14 billion valuation is pie-eyed, given the declining health of the businesses due to lack of attention.
I love that I am guaranteed almost two hours a day of quiet time to relax and read the papers and that I can have a drink after work, and make my way home as pie-eyed as I choose.
On another corner, a friendly gay couple gave directions to a pie-eyed man in a Promise Keepers shirt.
Strong stuff, though at times Bartlett's own advice seems overcautious: "We do not suffer the pie-eyed idealism that led our parents to despair when they failed at creating the perfect world....