When it comes to the food of the season, this restaurant is all about the pies

In a country where the pie is a way of life, pastry schools are everywhere.

They teach you how to make a variety of different pies, from a classic to something new, and the quality of the food will depend on the time of year.

Belle and her husband, Matthew, a pastry chef, teach at a pastry school in the Netherlands and they’re keen to tell you what to look for in the pastry shops in your area.

Matthew is from Newcastle, but his family has lived in New Zealand for over 70 years.

“We love our home country.

The local pastry schools give us a chance to get involved in our local community and to learn how to cook,” he said.

We love living in Newland.

We love our city, the people.

Matthew said his family had also moved to the city to work in the tourism industry and that it was great for them to have a pastry shop in their own back garden.

At Belle and her restaurant, The Belle, they try to keep it local.

Their pie shop is one of the only ones in Newlands that sells its pies in English.

The family’s local pastry school teaches about pie making in New England, and it’s open to everyone.

Every pie they make has a name and it tells you what you’re going to get.

I’ll take the name of the pie and then I’ll tell you how I made it,” Belle said.”

The first pie I make, it’s called Belle’s Peaches and I make it with butter, sugar and flour.

“It’s really easy to make.

It takes a couple of hours.”

The pies are baked in a big open kitchen, and there are three separate bakeries that cater to different tastes.

If you’re interested in pie making, Belle said you should try a pastry college.

“I love pie baking, so if you love making pies, you should definitely do it,” she said.

The Belle pastry school is a good place to learn.

You can learn about the pie making process, as well as how to prepare a pastry.

You’ll also learn about different pastry shapes, how to cut and shape a pie and how to decorate it.

The pastry school will be open every Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 11pm.

You will also need to have your passport ready.