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The top three northern pie recipes

PUBLISHED: 22:23 28 February 2014 | UPDATED: 21:32 28 August 2014

Lancashire Butter Pie with red cabbage, Cheshire Pork and Apple Pie, Beef and Yorkshire Ale Pie

Lancashire Butter Pie with red cabbage, Cheshire Pork and Apple Pie, Beef and Yorkshire Ale Pie

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We all know that northerners make the best pies. But which one is your favourite?

Chatwins version of Hannah Glasses' 18th Century ClassicChatwins version of Hannah Glasses' 18th Century Classic

Cheshire Pork Pie

A delicous classic recipe to be found in cook books of bygone days, we asked a Nantwich baker to recreate it for us

www.cheshirelife.co.uk/food-drink/recipes/cheshire_pork_pie_recipe_1_2160996

Lancashire Recipes - Butter PieLancashire Recipes - Butter Pie

Butter Pie

Also known as Catholic pie or Friday pie, and is an age-old dish, from around the Chorley and Preston area or, for the non-Lancastrians, a potato pie.

www.lancashirelife.co.uk/food-drink/recipes/lancashire_recipes_butter_pie_1_1646865

Beef and Yorkshire Ale PieBeef and Yorkshire Ale Pie

Beef and Yorkshire Ale Pie

There is no substitute for good quality beef from your butcher or local farm shop for this classic favourite.

www.yorkshirelife.co.uk/food-drink/recipes/beef_and_yorkshire_ale_pie_recipe_1_3374256


 

It may well be a stereotype, but if you live in the north then you more than likely appreciate a good pie.

 

Every region has a local favourite that has been passed down from generation to generation.

 

We have picked our top three pies from the north and we would love to find out what your favourite is



Vote for your favourite in the poll, or if we’ve made a glaring ommission, leave a comment below

 

 

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