June 2008   
 
     
 
 
 
   
 
     
 
 

 

25th ANNUAL CHARITY PORK PIE COMPETITION RESULTS 2017

 

Artisan Class

 

1st Honley Village  Butchers – pork, chorizo, goats cheese & sweet chilli sauce 
2nd Keith Dyson – full English breakfast
3rd Honley Village Butchers – pork, chicken & stuffing
4th J. Thomas of Helmsley 
5th E. Middlemiss – pork, stuffing & Yorkshire chutney

 

Traditional Class

                  

1st Hoffman’s of Wakefield 
2nd Wilson’s of Crossgates, Leeds 
3rd Broster’s of Lindley, Huddersfield.
4th Honley Village Butchers, Huddersfield.

 

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Pie Club Meetings 2008

Pies 6 June  2008

 

 

World Events

 

Pete Waterman did not turn up for the pies!

 

Pringle inventor buried in a Pringle tube

 

Yves St Laurent died at 71 years.

 

TVR founder died this week

 

Lord Saville of  Rufford died aged 89 ( Savile Park Halifax)

 

Britain’s oldest man is 112 years. He was a founder of the RAF

 

Oil has gone up to 139 $ a barrel.

 

Sausages down to 2p each at Asda

 

Conservative Party Chairman got caught paying her Nanny from expenses.

 

 

Sport

 

New Approach wins the Derby.

 

Euro 2008 starts today.

 

Mark Hughes Blackburn Rovers manager goes to Man. City

 

 

Pies

 

Phil

 

Fresh, crispy pastry,nice aroma, meat lacked something.  6.5

 

Tim

 

Small pie,crunchy pastry. Well filled,tasteless. 6.5

 

John

 

Crispy,fresh., pink coloured meat. Not much taste. Not well filled. 6.5

 

Kevin

 

Fresh,thin crunchy pastry, moist, well flavoured with pork,did not need spice. 9.5

 

Bob

 

Nice pie, slightly lardy. Meat was tasty . 8

 

Bruce

 

Good husbandry , well glazed fresh medium size. Nice jelly. Meat was a bit spongy and lacked spice.  8

 

Peter

 

Well presented pie. Lovely pastry, lacked spice but porky.   8

 

 

Mark (fetcher)

 

Crispy pastry, so fresh , tasty jelly. Small pie and needed pepper.   8.5

 

 

Warmsley’s butchers of Ramsbottom    70p  Ave Mark 7.7



Pies  21 June 2008-06-21

 

World Events

 

Caretaker sues school because he fell of a ladder because he did not have sufficient training.

 

British Standards Institute want trees in gardens inspected every year. Chances of dying from a tree fall are 1 in 2 million and 6 deaths a year.

 

Gordon Brown asks Saudis to produce more oil.

 

 

Scotland are offering £12.50 a week to stop smoking.

 

Scots want off licences to stop serving people under 21 years.

 

Sport

 

Turkey 1 – 0 down against Croatia with 1 min to go. Equalised in last kick of match and then won on penalties.

 

 

England beaten by New Zealand in Rugby

 

Kahn will win the match to night by knockout say Richard,Mark  and Peter

Pies

 

 

Peter

Fresh, crunchy rather short pastry. Well filled, tasty, granular meat but looked like a coral reef. Not much jelly. Pepper in the last few bites.  8

 

 

Mark

 

Pastry a bit heavy going. Moist tasty porky meat. 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kevin

 

Crisp crunchy short pastry. Granular pastry. So granular it fell apart. No spice.  Tasty      7.5

 

 

 

Bob

 

Heavy pie, well filled, tasty          8

 

 

Bruce

 

 

Fresh,short and crunchy pastry. Granular pepples of meat surrounded by jelly. Like a Sunday Roast. Tasty.  I think it is H Weatherhead and sons of Pateley Bridge pie. Enjoyed it    8

 

 

Richard

 

Not a lot to be added.  People were queuing for this pie. Too short pastry. Meat was very granular. No jelly.      6

 

Source : Bruce was right. It was H Wetherhead of Pateley Bridge.

 

Ave. 7.6 Price 90p

 

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