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HOT: Phillippa’s Breads, 1030 High St, Armadale

Philippa Grogan is the doyenne of her eponymous artisanal bakeries in Melbourne, and her breads and pastries are right at home in chi-chi Armadale.

Although I really did fancy one of her expensive cakes for lunch, I opted instead for a pasty ($7.50) as I was starving and in need of carbs. It was an extremely good example of pasty-making – a fragrant buttery pastry, recognisable vegetables in the filling (not just a grey mush) and served with a spicy tomato relish.

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  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Steve Sammartino, Jetsetting Joyce. Jetsetting Joyce said: @ilovephillippas You're HOT – a very old post sans photos http://ht.ly/2bIOe I am a big fan of your pain d'epice! [...]

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