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Old English Posh Picnic Raised Chicken and Ham Pie

Old English Posh Picnic Raised Chicken and Ham Pie from I will not pretend that this pie is easy or quick to make, however, if you want to impress your friends or family with a sensational "posh" English raised pie then this is the recipe for you! Tender chunks of chicken with pork sausage meat and ham are encased in crisp hot water crust pastry, liberally seasoned with spices and herbs; this pie makes a simply stunning centrepiece for any Glyndebourne style picnic event or...


English Pork Pie

English Pork Pie This traditional Lancashire pork pie recipe is typically served cold, often with a dollop of English mustard. This recipe first appeared in our October 2011 issue along with Beth Kracklauer's story, "Butchers' Banquet".

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Sausage Rolls

Though the concept of sausage wrapped in pastry exists in every cuisine in one way or another, the British have claimed sausage rolls as their own. They are always welcome, especially at holiday time. (Photo: Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times)

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Guinness Pie

Beef in dark, silky gravy composed of fat and reduced stout, flecked with tender vegetables, covered in pastry: This is a dish that delivers good cheer and contentment in equal measure We built it out of advice and instruction from the British chefs Jamie Oliver (the stew) and Fergus Henderson (the pastry) Eating it — salty and rich, buttoned with sweetness — will occasion thoughts of a coming walk or a nap on the couch with the dog

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How To Make Meat Pie or English Pasties

English Pasties or Meat Pies. With lots of wholesome veggies and meats on the inside, and the flaky pastry crust on the outside, what's not to love?

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Mini pork and chorizo picnic pies recipe

These mini pork and chorizo picnic pies have got a hidden quail's egg in the middle and make a great snack. Chorizo-style sausages have the same soft texture as regular sausages but added paprika and garlic. If you can’t find them, add 1/2 tsp of smoked paprika to regular pork sausages.