This article is funny. A few years ago the British signed a petition to make it illegal for any restaurant or pub to call a pie a casserole with a pastry lid on it. Typically this is called a Shepherd or cottage pie. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/features/pie-not-pie-mary-berry-re-ignites-foods-greatest-debate/. So according to them it a real meat pie has a double crust = top and bottom. The latest challenge is how much salt to put in. Without enough the taste of the meat doesn't come out but too much and you go over your daily sodium allowance. Leaving out the broth cuts down the salt quite a bit.
Our latest creation - a bulging 1.4 kg beef pot pie made with a double crust.
The Lum Family
My parents were part of the legacy of Lichee Gardens. Food has always fascinated me. My dad always told me to never serve any food that you wouldn't eat yourself. I wanted to bring back the nostalgia of yesteryear, classic food that we knew as a child.