Tuesday, March 18, 2008

London, Pork Pie





The man at the market explained to me that these are best enjoyed cold with a nice glass of beer. They are also nice cut into wedges and served at apéro with a glass of Lillet. They certainly aroused my curiosity, and I wondered which were best. All of the butchers had them too.

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Blogger LloJo said...

The best thing about pork pies is the pastry! I personally don't like the jelly, but a good well made pork pie is hard to beat. Nice with another English thing, salad cream!

10:54 AM, March 21, 2008  
Blogger Anita said...

what synchronicity -- I was browsing through the River Cottage Meat book, and saw recipe for a full-size version of this sort of pork pie. But although I vowed to make it someday it's way too much for the two of us. But the little mini one of yours is adorable! Hm, maybe I can adapt the recipe...

6:56 PM, March 23, 2008  
Blogger L Vanel said...

This one was nice picnic food. The pastry is made with lard, which makes it have its own special texture and flavor.

11:48 AM, March 24, 2008  
Anonymous michelle @ the smackdown said...

whoa - how have i been to england multiple times without having one of these?

2:37 AM, March 26, 2008  
Blogger Jann said...

My mouth is beginning to water-what a treat this must have been!

3:42 AM, April 12, 2008  

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