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Pop-up pie shop comes to Norwich Market

PUBLISHED: 14:22 05 March 2018

The pop-up pie shop at Norwich Market. Picture: Sam Bagge

The pop-up pie shop at Norwich Market. Picture: Sam Bagge

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Norfolk food and drink champions join forces in pop-up pie shop

The pop-up pie shop at Norwich Market. Alex Draycott and Sam Bagge. Picture: Sam BaggeThe pop-up pie shop at Norwich Market. Alex Draycott and Sam Bagge. Picture: Sam Bagge

Hear ye, hear ye. Roll on up to Norwich for some of the most delectable pastry-clad savouries this British Pie Week.

Walsingham Farm Shop (known for its exceptional pies) has joined forces with Woodforde’s and Charlie’s Norfolk Food Heroes to launch a pop-up pie shop on Norwich Market from today, until Saturday (March 10).

Find the goodies at stall number 12, with a range of five freshly made pies available – each rammed with the best quality locally-sourced meat and Woodforde’s Norfolk ales.

Head over at lunchtime for hot, ready-to-eat Beef and Wherry, Chicken, Mushroom and Reedlighter, Minced Beef, Onion Compote and Nelson’s Revenge, and Venison, Marmalade and Norfolk Nog pies.

Or tuck into a cold set pork pie made with Tim Allen’s pork, Wherry beer, mustard and Wherry beer jelly!

Charlie Hodson, of The Fur and Feather and Charlie’s Food Heroes says: “I’ve recently been quoted as a ‘Norfolk food evangelist’. Well, there is no better way to share my love of all things local than a pop-up pie shop in collaboration with one of my butchers at The Fur and Feather (Tim Allen), Walsingham Farms and our very own Woodforde’s brewery.”

Charlie calls the pies a “real tribute to our land, our farmers, breweries, butchers and chefs. So please come and say ‘hi’. Support our pop-up and fall in love with a pie all over again…we have.”


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