My Mummy's World : Your Pie Your Way -Pork Farms

Sunday, 23 June 2013

Your Pie Your Way -Pork Farms

Your Pie Your Way - Pork Farm

Pork Farms are well renounced for their delicious Pork Pies. I'm sure if your reading this you love Pork Pies too! I enjoy mine with some simple brown sauce, whilst my partner and mother enjoy with some pickle.
 
During the next three months Pork Farms are giving away £100 everyday, all you have to do is purchase a pack of their pork pies. In addition to the £100, there is also the opportunity to win a jackpot of £2,500 simply by letting Pork Farms know how you enjoy your pork pie in 30 words or less at www.yourpieyourway.co.uk
Making this even better, Pork Farms are also offering a £1 off voucher on their Facebook Page.
 
Pork Farm pork pies are very versatile and can be enjoyed in many way. Whether this be paired with peas, smothered in pickle, shared with friends or eaten on the run, there are many ways to enjoy.
 
A recent survey from Pork Farms showed the following.
57% of Brits would happily serve a pork pie at a dinner party, whilst only a third would serve scallops.
One in Ten people would serve a pork pie if they were cooking a romantic meal for their partner
Almost one in ten would order a pork pie if it was on a restaurant menu.
 
They also found the top 10 choices to accompany a pork pie.
1. 20% On its Own
2. 13% Pickle
3. 11% Mustard
4. 8% Brown Sauce
5. 8% Salad
6. 7% Chutney
7. 7% Tomato Sauce
8. 3% Cheese
9. 3% Salad Cream
10. 2% each - Baked Beans, Crisps, Gravy and Mushy Peas.
 
I now have the opportunity for one lucky winner to win a food hamper filled with accompaniments for your pork pies. Please note contents of the hamper may vary.
 


220 comments:

  1. I don't eat it, but my partner loves it, just as it is out of the packet

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  2. I pick the sides off add mustard then place it back together x

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  3. With a bit of crisp salad.
    I live in Melton Mowbray so it's all about the pork pies here.

    Follow on bloglovin as olivia kirby

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  4. Straight out of the packet or with a scotch egg!

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  5. I love mine with a warm egg salad.

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  6. warmed and dipped in salad cream!

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  7. Love mini pork pies on a picnic

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  8. cut in quaters with english mustard

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  9. Plenty of Branston Pickle and fresh salad

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  10. with some cold baked beans and a little brown sauce on the side :-)

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  11. Served with mustard and a cherry tomato salad on the side :)

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  12. accompanied by a ploughman's sandwich

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  13. With warm apple sauce and a huge lump of strong cheese :)

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  14. Following as turnersbabe on BL :)

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  15. I like mine with coleslaw on top.

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  17. I'm boring but I normally have it alone. This post has given me a few ideas to try though.

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  18. Lynsey Buchanan24 June 2013 at 00:51

    Mashed Potato & Mushy Peas

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  19. Lynsey Buchanan24 June 2013 at 00:52

    Following with Bloglovin

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  20. with beetroot and red onion relish

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  21. with Branston Pickle

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  22. Following on GFC as Janine Phillips

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  23. Out of the packet with branston pickle

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  24. straight out of the packaging

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  25. with potato salad and an ice cold cider

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  26. Onion Relish!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  27. With my mum's home-made red onion chutney!

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  28. Piccalily

    Kathy D

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  29. all by itself

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  30. I love it all by its self.

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  31. straight out the pack on the way home from food shopping!

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  32. Chris Millward24 June 2013 at 21:47

    I share mine with my cat Rosa

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  33. with a dollop of brown sauce

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  34. on its own - following on bloglovin as sarah brooker

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  35. Following on Bloglovin (Becky John)

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  36. Apple or cranberry sauce yum

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  37. piccalilli is my fav to eat with a pork pie :)

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  38. have also followed on blog lovin

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  39. Just as it is by itself sat outside with a picnic

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  40. with some pickled onions

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  41. with tomatoes, cheese, pickled onion, gerkins and sweet pickle

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  42. With cheese and pickle!

    @tjsi1963

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  43. with a salad :)

    followed as choux pastry hearts

    xx

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  44. with a nice salad and pickle

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  45. french mustard and pickled onion

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  46. Just pie - cold. Not heated or with any sauce - I want to savour the flavour!!

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  47. Maureen Millward30 June 2013 at 16:58

    my cat eats some of it with me!

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  48. Gabrielle Svensson1 July 2013 at 08:53

    with some ketchup

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  49. Yummy for those lucky days we can have a bbq

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  50. Pamela says - Simply. With a salad.

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  51. With a large chunk of creamy, crumbly Lancashire cheese, cherry toms, pickles and crusty bread.

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  52. I like mine ploughman's style with bread, cheese and pickled onions.

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  53. I like to dip it in pickle or mayo. x

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  54. Darlene Ovenstone2 July 2013 at 20:46

    With brown sauce or on its own.

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  55. with some mayo & mustard & cherry tomatoes yum xx

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  56. following on bloglovin http://www.bloglovin.com/katrinao

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  57. with brown sauce or onion chutney

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  58. With a bit of cranberry sauce.

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  59. With homemade Beetroot and Horseradish jelly.

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  60. I love pork pies with lashings of english mustard

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  61. Christina Jarrett4 July 2013 at 11:02

    I love mine with chutney and pickled onions!

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  62. with branston pickle!

    @Jakeysmummy2006

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  63. Almost any way except warmed up. I love the jelly and don't like it melted into the crust.

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  64. Filled with jelly and smoothered in pickle

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  65. just plain is best

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  66. claire thomson little9 July 2013 at 00:31

    in my belly

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  67. with salad cream yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy

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  68. Cut into slices, microwaved if I want it hot and sprinkled black cracked pepper all over!

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  69. cold from the packet or warm with a few chips!

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  70. on its own, cold cut into segments.
    Following on bloglovin Jo Booth

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  71. Cold and eaten like an apple!

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  72. Cold with some tomato sauce just out of the fridge

    claire matthews-curtis
    claire.bob23@hotmail.co.uk

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  73. straight out of the packet

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  74. On it's own,straight from the packet :)

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  75. Following your blog on Bloglovin :)

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  76. Cut into quarters with a dollop of brown sauce

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  77. At a picnic, in the park on a sunny day!

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  78. pork pie with english mustard lovely

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  79. Stephen Dittrich11 July 2013 at 21:54

    On the go; it makes a great quick and cheap lunch on the move!

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  80. Completely on it's own, nice and simple

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  81. Hot with mushy peas and mint sauce x

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  82. Love it hot with English mustard

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  83. with branston pickle!!!!

    ceriandjames@live.co.uk

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  84. with lots of pickle and a lovely hard boiled egg

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  85. I like mine with english mustard

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  86. dipped in picadilly

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  87. Heated with Salad and Coleslaw :-)

    Emma Matthews

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  88. I like to have mine just on their own.

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  89. Following your blog with Bloglovin - luckyloz

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  90. Jess Howliston12 July 2013 at 19:47

    With some branston pickle on the side :D! x

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  91. Cut into quarters and dipped in sweet pickle :)

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  92. Michelle Ferguson12 July 2013 at 21:18

    I don't like them but hubby loves them with pickle

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  93. Lots of salad cream ...on a picnic :) .... Helen booth

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  94. with smooth branston pickle sauce and a couple of cherry tomatoes!!

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  95. My husband eats his pork pie with mayonaise!

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  96. As long as I'm sat in a picnic blanket in the sun, that's all I need

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  97. Following the blog, missscarlettb

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  98. with some english mustard

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  99. With plenty of homemade Mayo!!

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  100. WITH pickles and cheese

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  101. Just as it is

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  102. With salad and salad cream ( not mayo )

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  103. Just a little brown sauce.

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  104. Nancy Bradford13 July 2013 at 19:52

    On a lovely picnic.

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  105. following on bloglovin as Samantha Ripley

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  106. Cut in quarters and dipped in mustard

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  107. Following on Bloglovin as Sheri darby

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  108. with my husband--and dill pickles!

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  109. I make my own - replacing the pig with cheese. :)

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  110. With a touch of mayonnaise and a sprinkle of salt

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  111. With crusty bread and butter and pickles

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  112. Pork pies are yummy when accompanied by a light salad with salad cream or some bread and butter!

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  113. straight out the packet, in the car when I have bought it in the supermarket cos I broke all the rules and went shopping hungry

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  114. Pam Francis Gregory14 July 2013 at 07:40

    Warmed through with a small hole in bottom to allow hot fat to frain off

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  115. Out fo the packet trying to avoid the gelatin!

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  116. Straight out of the packet

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  117. i cut it in half and put it in a round of bread with hp sauce :)

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  118. As Part of a ploughman's lunch in the summer. delicious


    @VeridianStorm

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  119. with tomato sauce yummy
    michelle renwick

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  120. with some branston pickle!

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  121. Cut into quarters and eaten in a picnic

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