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Pie Week

We’re bringing back 3 of your favourite pies for British Pie Week, 2nd – 8th March. Vote now in the #PieElection

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Here's the results so far!

The pies in the lead are...

  • Minty Lamb
  • The Guru
  • Thai Chook
  • Arriba Banditos
  • Mr Porky
  • Mama Calzone
  • The Highlander
  • Kate & Wills
  • Poussin Boots

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  • Minty Lamb
    Minty Lamb was a firm favourite in the PM cabinet until it sadly lost its seat, as sourcing lamb locally all year proved difficult. British Lamb is in season now, so bring it back while you can. Made with free range British lamb, carrot, swede, mint and red wine.
  • The Guru
    The Guru was a rare treat which only a few Bristol-based pie fans will remember. Made with free range British lamb in a Dansak curry sauce with lentils, chilli, chickpeas and spinach, vote this in now, to spice up your pie eating.
  • Thai Chook
    The Thai Chook is a Thai green curry pie with free range British chicken, sweet potato, coconut, chili and lime. A much-missed pie from our past, we think this candidate will get lot of ticks in the ballot box.
  • Arriba Banditos
    Arriba Banditos fuelled festival-goers in fields far and wide back in the day. If you like your vegetarian pie with a kick, get voting. It’s made with butternut squash, black eyed beans and cheddar cheese with chipotle chilli.
  • Mr Porky
    A good honest pie made with 100% free range British pork, apples, sage and Thatchers cider because Mr Porky never lies. This little piggy came to market, vote him back into run this town!
  • Mama Calzone
    One of the oldest, rarest pies from our past, Mama Calzone is more bellissimo than Berlusconi. Oozing with mozzarella and basil in a rich tomato sauce, vote for this vegetarian if you like your pies ‘how mama used to make’.
  • The Highlander
    A Scottish take on our classic moo recipe, the Highlander was created exclusively for pie fans over the border. Made with the finest British Beef slow-cooked in a rich Innis & Gunn Original gravy, vote ‘Highlander for all’.
  • Kate & Wills
    This celebration pie was created for Kate & Will’s wedding in 2011. By far the most upper-crust candidate, this is for people who like brandy with their British beef. The royal pie also includes free range British bacon, red wine, baby onions and wild mushrooms.
  • Poussin Boots
    Poussin Boots is coq au vin, Pieminister-style. Made with free range British chicken, free range British bacon, prunes, pearl onions, mushrooms, red wine and thyme this is ‘ooh la la’ in a pie.