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Sargeants Minced Meat Pie

By |2024-02-24T13:01:10+00:00February 24th, 2024|Categories: Good Pie Guide, Meat Pie, North West|Tags: , , , |

As per my previous blog, I picked up a trio of products from Sargeants of Leigh last week, and now the (Peppered) Meat and Potato has been done and dusted, let us see what the minced meat pie has to offer (£1.50)

It is a little bit dinkier, as you’d expect for the price and meat filling, but still a reasonable size. Once again, I plop it on to the plate and see how intact it remains. The golden pastry holds firm, and just like the Sargeant pepper, it has a sturdy but gentle, leathery texture.

Inside, the gravy is much darker this time and the contents are jam packed, full of tender mincemeat chunks. Once again, you have to take your hat off to the independent pie shops of Leigh for conjuring up such a perfect little meal wrapped in a golden gift of shortcrust pastry.

For those of you whom this applies (Northerners mainly), whereas I have kept a fork on standby, it is also perfectly adequate to eat by hand, given the robust pastry. So I polished off the second half with minimal spillage, either on my jumper or the plate. In summary, another little belter and if you like your pies big, cheap and full of fiery, peppery seasoning, then the “Leigh Pie Triangle” (Sargeants, Taylors, Claphams and let’s chuck in Dawsons from nearby Atherton for good measure) is where it’s at.

Finally, I mustn’t forget the Millionaire Shortbread Slice test. (£1.50) In terms of size, it is a very hefty slab, a good two to three inches square. In terms of ratios, I like a bit more caramel in there, and this is 70% shortbread. The chocolate is decent and rich in flavour, but again, I’d like the caramel a little softer, this has a got a bit of a Chomp type texture to it. It’s sweet but not sickly sweet, which I how I like it (certainly when I’m eating it, maybe not afterwards)

The shortbread is soft and slightly crumbly, but I have no qualms about standing over the bin, tipping the crumbs off the plate into my hand when I’m done, to collect the remnants. The pies were brill, the shortcake above average, 7 out of 10. We might not be millionaires but we can feel like one if we’re eating one of these little beauties…

The finer details

Review date: 15th February 2024

Price: £1.50 for a Sargeant’s Minced Meat Pie (and £1.50 for a Millionaire slice

Address:  57-59 Leigh Rd, Leigh WN7 1QZ

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TandTSargeant/

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Sargeants Pepper’s Peppered Potato and Meat Pie

By |2024-02-17T13:00:38+00:00February 17th, 2024|Categories: Blog, Meat and Potato Pie, North West|Tags: , , , , , |

Sargeants has been on my hit list for a while. I recall having them once before, when my local pub at the time (The Globe in Standish) used to do them as part of a buffet, but a long time ago. They form one of a holy triumvirate of traditional Leigh Bakers, along with Taylors and Claphams.

It seems I am of a certain age, whereby my primary reason for visiting Leigh is for a hospital appointment but there is always a blessing to be found in this case, Sargeants Bakery, situated just around the corner.

I pick up this little lot for just over a fiver (£5.10)

£1.50 each for a minced meat pie and a millionaire shortbread, the latter being my cake of choice from any bakery and £2.10 for a large PEPPERED Meat and Potato, hence the name Sargeant Pepper’s Pie! Note: I’m not calling it Potato and Meat either, it just doesn’t sound right.

It is not so much a Wigan thing but as you head towards Leigh, peppery pies are definitely a thing, both with the illustrious names mentioned above, and Dawsons of nearby Atherton and Tyldesley. So, after a quick ten minute oven re-heat, let’s dive in!

Well, for a kick off, I cut the pie in half and get the pepper as soon as I lick the knife (don’t try this at home kids!) The pie has a firm crust, a high, top crust and a decent layer of filling. Now I like flavour but I do also like spice, and although it is the most basic of condiments, the pepper really cranks it up a notch, especially during the winter months.

The filling is dark on colour with mince, potato and gravy all in the mixture, it all melts gently in the mouth, buoyed by an extra kick in each mouthful. I’ve really missed this sort of taste experience and it has whetted my appetite for more……

The finer details

Review date: 15th February 2024

Price: £2.10 for a Sargeant Pepper’s Potato and Meat Pie

Address:  57-59 Leigh Rd, Leigh WN7 1QZ

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Bev’s Bakery Chicken, Bacon and Leek Pie

By |2024-02-17T13:04:06+00:00September 29th, 2023|Categories: Blog, Chicken pie, Good Pie Guide, Midlands|Tags: , , , , , , |

This was another pie I picked up from Taylor’s Butchers in Trentham (Stoke). They’ve got a great selection of plate pies.

The lamb and potato pie tickled my fancy, as did the myriad of steak combinations (Guinness, stilton, ale and so on) but I try and think of the family when I buy a plate pie, so I went for the Chicken, Bacon and Leek pie, so I can share half with the better half. If I must. Well, maybe not half, more like a 60:40 split in my favour. I can get away with that.

The plate pie cost around £5 and on the label I note it was actually from Bev’s Bakery. Like the pork pie I got from this establishment, I suspect it was bought in. And that’s fine, the meats here look fabulous in their own right.

After a quick Google, I have established that Bev herself (I presume) is based in Stone in Staffordshire and regularly sells her gorgeous looking products at Farmer’s Markets across Staffordshire.

Let me tell you about the pie, however. It has a lovely, golden, glazed shortcrust top, with decorative pastry letting you know what’s inside. I manage a clean take as it slips perfectly out of the foil tray, completely intact – always a promising start.

In fact, the crust is robust enough to holds its shape throughout, a crisp surface giving way to softer dough, wrapped around a thick bank of filling.

There’s a touch of nervousness on my part upon cutting in. It can’t be too dry or too meaty, otherwise the good lady might not like it, but worry ye not, it looks like a belter….

The pie is heavy and densely packed with a moist interior. I can see lush green leeks, chunks of bacon and chicken all wrapped in a tantalisingly creamy sauce. The leek is arguably the star of the show: wonderfully juicy with big long slithers folding in and out of the meat.

Portion wise, this could probably feed a family of four, and is perhaps meant to do, which makes it great value for around a fiver. As I polish off just over half of it, with some veg and chips, I’ve perhaps over faced myself here as I’m seriously stuffed, but it is a highly satisfying feed nevertheless

The finer details
Review date: 9th March 2023
Price: £5.00 from Taylor’s Butchers, Trentham
Baker: Bev’s Bakery
Address: Unit 22a, Whitebridge Ind Est, La, Whitebridge Way, Stone ST15 8LQ
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bevsbakeryltd/
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M&S Best Ever Steak Pie

By |2023-08-04T15:34:30+01:00August 3rd, 2023|Categories: Blog, Steak Pie|Tags: , , , , |

I got this a while back and I am currently in the process of emptying my freezer of pies. So, there needs to be a brief disclaimer that it might not be in the best condition but surely if it’s so good, it won’t degrade that much by being on my pie shelf for a few months?

It’s a pie which serves two but as we know by now, I rarely share pies and I reckon it cost the best part of six quid. It takes a good 35 minutes in the oven but I get a fair buttery waft coming off the delightful hand raised crust

The filling is incredibly dark and juicy, with a sweet flavour emanating from it and soaks nicely into the soft buttery, flaky crust. The side and base are cooked to perfection and there’s not much spare capacity in there. I can see lots of chunks of rich, dark, moist beef, a bit of mushroom and perhaps a bit of bacon and onion.

The pastry is incredibly lardy and sweet, to the extent that I can still smell it in the kitchen the next day. All in all, this is a satisfying rich and opulent pie, and you’d expect nothing less from M&S. The best ever steak pie? For M&S maybe, but the best ever steak pie anywhere. We’ll see……

Ye Olde Pie & Sausage Shoppe Pork Pie

By |2023-08-08T12:16:04+01:00June 16th, 2023|Categories: Blog, Pork Pie, Yorkshire|Tags: , , , , |

After a few significant distractions, it is time I got back in the pie hotseat. This was unscheduled but one of the classics. After a break in York with the family a few weeks back to celebrate a “significant” birthday, it would be remiss of me not to pay a visit to it’s crowning glory. No. not the Minster, or the Dungeons or even The House of Trembling Madness (brill, by the way) but of course, the old(e) pie shoppe!!

This particular shoppe, sod, it I’m calling it a SHOP from here on in, is located deep within the bowels of the city centre in the narrow, traditional Shambles shopping area. You don’t actually walk in the shop these days, there is a little serving counter where you can order, after perusing the fantastic produce in the window.

Char Sui pork pies! Chorizo pork pies!! Chilli pork pies! Huntsman’s pies! All manner of pork combinations from black pudding to apple, to stilton. Then I cast my eye over the sausage rolls, which I would also be all over if this wasn’t strictly a pie based periodical. The chorizo one again looks the pick of them, although I am intrigued as to what a Toulouse sausage roll consists of.

I could have bought the lot but as technically I was out having a mid morning run down the riverbank, I opted for the classic standard pork pie, priced at a very reasonable £2.00 (for a tourist area!) It was quiet at 10am and the service was brisk and pleasant, I paid by contactless card, just like in medieval times and received a still warm growler in the palm of my hand within seconds.

To the pie, and it doesn’t let me down: it is sensational. A luminous golden colour to it, a masterclass in hot water pastry giving it a very satisfying crunch, yet warm and moist inside. I don’t detect a great deal of jelly in there**, but the meat is so soft and tender it isn’t missed too much. The sausage meat is colourful and slightly uncured but has a rich texture to it, which simply melts in the mouth.

**I don’t whether I’ve just been unlucky recently but the last few pork pies have all had something of a jelly absence. Is this yet more evidence of Big Brother controlling us? A bigger scandal than COVID and Brexit rolled into one if this is the case. Stay vigilant folks! Fight for your pork pie jelly!

Back to the pie shoppe and you can just tell that this is a pie that has stood the test of time and only got better over the years due to it’s reassuring qualities. I didn’t notice too many sausages on sale, apart from the huge clumps found in sausage rolls, but there’s enough pie choices in the window to keep your average pie gannet going for a few weeks.

 

 

 

 

 

The finer details
Review date: 2nd June 2023
Price: £2.00 for a standard pork pie
Website: https://www.shamblessausageandpie.co.uk/
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Taylor’s of Trentham Pork Pie

By |2023-03-13T17:11:44+00:00March 13th, 2023|Categories: Blog, Midlands, Pork Pie|Tags: , , , , |

Prior to my annual pilgrimage to Melton Mowbray, I got in touch with the fantastic Stoke fanzine, Duck magazine, and asked if any of it’s readers could provide me with a few tips for decent Potteries pies. Of course, I should try oatcakes really but this is a pie blog, I’ve nothing against them, indeed I could quite fancy one, depending on the filling but it’s British Pie Week, not British Oatcake Week.
The reason for the location is firstly, that it is on the way to Melton Mowbray, and secondly, I’ve perhaps not done this area justice in the past, other than going for the ubiquitous Wright’s Pies.

So stop number one was Taylor’s Butchers, situated in a residential part of Trentham. I find it in what seems a quiet, suburban area, but at 8.30am, it is peak school run time, so I dump the car a few hundred yards away and walk the rest.

The shop is perhaps a bit smaller than I expected, but there’s lots of fantastic looking cuts of meats on display: all the BBQ specials, burgers, sausages and seasoned chicken breasts and gourmet ready meals. It is only when I look behind me I see the pies, and find a good mix of plate pies and pork pies. The uniformed shape pork pies seemed to be in a pack of four, so I left them and went for the round, parcel type variety. What I mean by this is that, often, on this side of the Midlands (West/North not East) the pork pies are even more bow shaped than in Melton, almost completely round in fact, with the crust turned right in.

I then plumped for a plate pie after some deliberation. The lamb and potato pie tickled my fancy, as did the myriad of steak combinations (Guinness, stilton, ale and so on) but I try and think of the family when I buy a plate pie, so I went for the Chicken, Bacon and Leek pie, as something I can share half of with the better half.

Of course, upon arrival at the Pie Awards a couple of hours later, I found that I would be spending the afternoon judging in the Chicken and other meat category, which were nearly all chicken and some kind of pork meat. Oh well, I know sympathy isn’t forthcoming here!

The price was seven quid combined, so let’s guess at £2 for the pork pie and £5 for the plate pie. The service was prompt, a pleasant young chap with very colourful artwork on his sleeves. I was in and out promptly, which was fine by me, given the lengthy pie based “to do list” I had pulled together.

I eat the pork pie the next day, the pastry still smells very fresh. The crust has a lovely colour to it, and the pastry is thick and soft and it is very well baked, consistent throughout. The meat is quite gentle and smooth, mainly pink in colour and with greyish edges. However, jelly fans look away now: as you can see, there is next to no jelly in here apart from possibly a thinnish layer clinging to the crust interior.

The meat filling is nevertheless ample and fresh with slight peppery undertones. Overall, solid but not spectacular. Furthermore, I suspect this pork pie might actually be made by Winkle’s of Wolverhampton given the similarity.

Given the other pie I procured was made by “Bev’s Bakery”, it is quite possible that this was also bought in from elsewhere but nevertheless I enjoyed the pork pie because, I mean who doesn’t love a pork pie?

The Bev’s Bakery chicken and bacon pie will be road tested for tea shortly and I will report back. I also got a decent stash of pies from Parker’s of Meir on my A50 pie tour, of which I am expecting VERY GOOD things indeed

 

The finer details
Review date: 9th March 2023
Price: £2.00 from Taylor’s Butchers, Trentham
Address: The Lea, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 8DY

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Pukka Pepperoni Pizza Pie

By |2023-01-12T16:17:26+00:00January 12th, 2023|Categories: Other Pies|Tags: , , , , , |

This one appeared on my timeline before Christmas, and was received with what might best be described as a ‘mixed’ response. “Stop messing with food” as Partridge might say. My own opinion veered between being both horrified and intrigued, but nevertheless I felt duty bound to check it out.

I picked one up from Tesco in December and put it in the freezer till the New Year. You can cook this pie from frozen but I defrosted it first overnight. Now, it looks a good sized pie, and surprisingly not too calorie dense (500ish??) for a pizza in a pie.

The chief ingredients are pepperoni, cheese and tomato, and considering I put another pie in the oven at the same time (the chicken one I had last week, her turn to try it) all I can smell is a pizza in a crust baking away in the oven.

I’m not sure how I feel about it as a concept, but all I’ll say is that, flavour wise, I am always going to go for that type of pizza when I’m out. Yes, I’m one of those savages who always has the mighty meat feast, or diavola. Anything with chillis on it, loads of meat and perhaps a bit of n’duja sausage.

So let’s dive in to this Pukka Pepperoni Pizza Pie, which scores highly for alliteration, if nothing else…..

Things don’t get off to a great start, as there is significant top crust leakage on to my ancient baking tray. I scoop up a few spoonfuls of filling and get a good mouthful of sweet tomato sauce and mini pepperoni slices to chew on.

This, unfortunately does have the effect of the pie only looking half full (or half empty if you prefer!) when I eventually cut into it. The pastry is very flaky puff pastry, did I read 180 layers somewhere?? However, this again, usually means that it can’t be filled to the top, as puff pastry tends to expand in the oven.

It is definitely an ‘on the plate’ job rather than handheld, unless you want millions of flakes all over your shirt, and I’m not quite sure what to serve it with, other than the standard chips and veg. Gravy feels wholly inappropriate for a pie of this style.

The volume of filling, as noted above, is a touch disappointing not withstanding the bit that sneaked out of the top crust, but flavour wise, it does what it says on the tin. It is literally a pizza topping / toppings(s) within a pie casing, and it tastes pretty decent, I’m getting a Chicago Town Pizza vibe from it.

Speaking of which, I hear that Chicago Town are doing a steak and kidney pizza……

The finer details
Review date: 11th January 2023
Price: £2.00 from Tesco
Supplier: https://www.pukkapies.co.uk/
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Lidl Chicken and Prosecco Pie

By |2023-01-07T11:55:31+00:00January 7th, 2023|Categories: Chicken pie|Tags: , , , , |

There were a choice of two in our house for these new(ish) Lidl pies, and of course, in our house, I’m always last pick.

The options were this Chicken and Prosecco Pie and also a Curried Chickpea Pie. So this is not so much the loser’s pie but second choice for me as my wife went for the curried chickpea. Keen followers have already noticed that the chickpea one appears to be absent of a pastry top crust, thereby kicking it out of pie club, but it looks too good for me not to chance upon it next time.

Onto, my pie of (not) choice then. The chicken and prosecco Deluxe pie promises chicken in a Prosecco and parmigiano sauce, so there is definitely an Italian theme coming off here. It claims to be a shortcrust lid on the box, but it is actually a very tall, almost bouffant top at that and certainly looks more puff pastry to me.

Off to the oven it goes, and I get a marvellous buttery scent coming my way 2/3rds of the way through cooking time. Upon it’s emergence, I flip it over and out of the foil tray after a bit of coaxing and just the tiniest bit of pastry is left stuck to it, which I scrape off.

The crust is a lovely golden colour, enhanced by the herby topping but, alas, disaster is about to unfold. When there’s a heavy top crust, the pies tends to collapse underneath when you cut it in half, and this in indeed the case here. The obvious, more aesthetic solution to preserve it’s form would be to eat the pie upside down, but that’s just crazy talk.

The bottom line is that when I cut a pie in half, I expect it to resemble two halves of a pie, not a splattered mess.

The crust certainly has some decent flavour to it and the filling also does the business, with bountiful lumps of chicken in a creamy, cheesy sauce. I can’t honestly detect prosecco without the fizz but I can taste a slight, dry, sharp white wine flavour within the rich sauce. There’s also ample slithers of spinach in there, and there’s no harm in that, it was good enough for Popeye after all.

There’s no denying that the crust structure is a bit of a visual disappointment, and partly the reason why I always think shortcrust pastry works better than it’s puff cousin. It is still a satisfying pie though, saved by the fresh chicken and tasty sauce, there is the odd mouthful where the cheese gets really tangy and it’s quite heavenly in fact. Otherwise, it didn’t blow me away but a worthy pie served up with chips and veg.

The finer details
Review date: 6th January 2023
Price: The price was £2.49, praise the Lord for digital receipts
I’m not going to list all the other details because it’s Lidl and if you haven’t heard of Lidl or you don’t have one close to you, you must be living on the moon 😊
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Get a copy of the original GPG this Xmas!

By |2022-12-15T17:50:50+00:00December 15th, 2022|Categories: Blog, Life of Pies|Tags: , , , , , |

It’s that time of year when I get a steady trickle of orders for Life of Pies. It is over 8 years old now but still garners a bit of attention, because there is nothing else like that out there, in book form at least.

You can pick up a copy for just £4.99 plus P&P, either for yourself or for someone who might appreciate it. It is a weighty affair with a good sprinkling of FULL COLOUR PIE PHOTOS in it.

All in all, it is over 380 pages and documents a light hearted journey around the country in search of the perfect pie.

I’ve got a box and a half left, mainly in good condition.

I’m not currently selling on Amazon. It’s really not worth my while, to have to turn orders around in 24 hours to make about a quid on each book, but it might return at some point in the future, when I get time. In the meantime, you can only buy from the site here.

Retail price is £9.99 but I’m selling off at half price as it was published back in 2014 so the factual stuff is a little dated. I’m sad to say that over that period of time, quite a lot of pie makers have ceased trading, and for those that continue, the prices have shot up quite a bit, for reasons I’m sure we are all aware of.

However, there are still plenty of little gems in there to be unearthed though and it makes a cracking read regardless, even if I do say so myself. And on the plus side, plenty of new pie producers have started up around the country and are producing some fabulous looking pastry products. (for more on that, see below!)

So, if you wish to buy a copy and you want to guarantee delivery before Christmas, please order by Friday 16th December from the Pie Shop here

And if you are interested in the next chapter, indeed the next PIE BOOK, I am now working on a follow up titled THE GOOD PIE GUIDE.

I’m around a quarter of the way through writing it and will spend most of next year researching the rest (yep a tough gig, I know)

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Wilfred’s Saucy Cow Pie

By |2022-10-01T14:06:49+01:00September 30th, 2022|Categories: Good Pie Guide, Steak Pie, Wales|Tags: , , , , , |

It has been a while, and time to delve into another fantastic pie from Wilfred’s. These wonderfully packaged, gourmet style pies are of a good size and always full of quality ingredients. They deliver across the country and you can get a box of four Saucy Cows (or a small herd if you prefer) for £14.50 delivered to your door.

They are produced by a company based in Swansea called Lewis Pies & Pasties and their range of flavours is something to behold, many of them with a local twist: The Gower Cwtch Pie (Steak & Horseradish); Steak and Red Pie (Beef Bourguignon); a Chicken, Leek and Taffy Apple Cider Pie; and there is also a Cheesy Chicken, Leek, Potato & Spinach Pie. For veggies they also offer a Spicy Cauliflower and Spinach Balti Pie. The impressive list goes on and on, and they also do pasties and desserts.

On to the Saucy Cow, and this is their take on a Steak and Ale pie, infused with mustard and sweet Welsh ale. I cannae wait!

The pie is of similar dimensions to the Beef Bourguignon pie, I reviewed here. Which means that the crust is the star of the show once again. Multi-layered, crusty and flaky but not so much that it falls to pieces, it is just wonderfully crisp and buttery.

It is a very deep pie but with such a thick top crust, it piles into the filling a little, making it drop in height when you cut into it. It is well baked throughout however and lovely and moist without being soggy.

Now on to that filling and there’s no filler in here, it is bustling with tender chunks of soft beef, wrapped in a creamy, light sauce. I’ll wager this was made with a golden ale, given the lightness and sweet flavour of the gravy.

So you really don’t need to add any gravy as well, but if you got served this up in a pub with chips, veg and gravy, it would undoubtedly form an excellent part of a substantial meal. This is a really tasty pie, consistently flavoured throughout and a great texture to the meat. I’m very sad when it’s all gone and craving another, not that I’d be able to finish it.

Review date: 1st October 2022
Price: Prices for a box of four can range from £13.00 to £14.50. This box retails at £14.50 for four (£3.62 each to be precise)
Address: Units 3-6 Abergelly Road, Fforestfach, Swansea SA5 4DY
Website: https://www.lewispies.co.uk/
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