Treat yourself to pieminister’s festive treats this winter.

Editor November 30, 2011 0
Treat yourself to pieminister’s festive treats this winter.

Comfort and joy wrapped up in pastry.  Treat yourself to pieminister’s festive treats this winter.

Three kings pieChristingle Piepieminister is launching three festive pies this November. Encased in pieminister’s famously perfect pastry, these individual pies are perfect for Christmas parties, Boxing Day gatherings and cosy suppers in front of the fire.

Three kings pie:

British turkey breast, outdoor reared smoked bacon and a pork and herb stuffing topped with cranberries.

Christingle pie:

Honey roast parsnips, cheddar cheese and chestnuts in white port.

Deer santa pie:

British venison, Cotechino sausage, outdoor reared smoked bacon, puy lentils, winter vegetables, juniper, thyme and port.

All three pies will be available nationwide from November 2011 until the New Year.  Buy them online at Ocado or at and have them delivered to your door.  These pies will also be available to eat in or takeaway at pieminister’s cafes and market stalls in Bristol, London, Trentham and Oxford as well as selected independent delis and pubs across the UK.  For further information and to find your local stockist please call the pieminister kitchens on 0117 950 4563.

Perfect Christmas present

Pieminister’s first cookbook, A Pie for All Seasons is out now, putting on paper the brilliantly creative and utterly delicious pie recipes which are making the likes of pieminister’s Heidi and Moo Pies into household names. From much loved classic recipes to stunning new ones, this cookbook is packed with pies for all seasons and every taste.

With recipes designed to bring you comfort and joy this winter…rabbit & chorizo pork pie…parmigiana pie..hedonist pie…canapies…there are recipes galore to fuel you through the festive season and beyond.  Asparagus, pea and ricotta pie…frying pan smoked haddock and cider pie…chilli con carne pie…..strawberry marscapone pie… this cookbook is not just for cold stormy nights, but for summer par

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