Monday, 10 March 2008
It’s pie week.
So let’s answer some important crusty old questions.
In pork pies Pink (northern) or Grey (them there southerners) meat?
Potato and or butter pies are these just evidence that Lancastrians are tight?
When you have pie and mash with your lady friend liquor?
Mint sauce on mushy peas yes or no?
In a pasty are carrot and peas kosher?
Are there any kosher pies?
Pasties again: traditional or flaky?
Has anyone ever eaten a ginsters hot?
All these weird stilton and banana fancy dan pies aren’t they just wrong?
Does a Gregg’s veggie slice count towards your five a day?
Has anyone had a pie from abroad that was worthy of the name?
Brown or red sauce?
Has anyone had any Denby dale pie?
Is apple and bramble pie the best sweet pie?
Is it immoral to eat tinned custard?
Does the Mitre pub in Holborn Circus have the most blokey lunch menu ever i.e. cut up pork pies, sausage and toasties?
What about those pork pies with pickle already in them aren’t they just weird?
Does anyone care what the people of Bakewell Derbyshire think what a real Bakewell tart should be?
loads of lovely pictures of crusty treats over at flickr
Finally what’s the best pie you’ve ever had?