To celebrate British Pie Week, we've rounded-up some of the UK's most amazing pies...
Across the UK, there's currently a huge celebration of American food culture. We like a good burger and a hotdog as much as the next man but isn't it time the Brits struck back and celebrated the pie? Others agree, and so 4-10 March is British Pie Week. To celebrate, we've compiled a round-up of some of the best pies available in the UK and where to go to sample them. Mmmm...
it would seem that the contributer has been afflicted with that well known mental disease
THE WATFORD GAP
Britain consists of N.I.,Wales,England and Scotland....Why no mention of the Scotch pie with its amazing pastry case or the ASHET pie or the Forfar Bridie.....MSN you dont have a fekkin clue ya bunch of numpties.....!
No one has mentioned Hollands in the north west.
Simply the best pies or steamed steak puddings you will ever eat.
If you are in greater Manchester you know this already
A slide show of pies.
I shouldn't have looked at this nearly 3 hours before lunchtime.
The best pies are always homemade ones.
It is so difficult to buy a pie that has the correct type of pastry for the filling, that has enough filling without a layer of air all around it or a pie that does not have a soggy base.
I make my own.
What a Load of Rubbish .
They have not even got Holland's pies on the list .When Delia has them sent from Accrington to Norwich they should be top of the list,she knows a good pie when she sees one.
The people who have put this list together have never eaten a pie in their lives.
Southerners wouldn't know a good pie if it hit them in the face.
Get a northern Growler.... (usually made from dead dogs and other bits the southerners would not touch) and now your talking!!
A Hollands peat and potato pie is a good start, (you can get them now in the freezers at Tesco) but you have to go to Bury market to get the best!!!
What about Pie Minister in Bristol? There's also a pie shop on the road from Margam to Port Talbot which makes beautiful pies (sorry, can't remember the name)
How did Gregg's get on this list? They're generally quite tasty pies, but certainly not Top 10 or even Top 50.