Norfolk cafe celebrates being named a winner in the British Pie Awards
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American playwright David Mamet captured the feeling of many pie lovers when he wrote 'stress cannot exist in the presence of a pie.'
That passion for pies is shared by a Norfolk cafe which has just been named a winner in the British Pie Awards.
A chicken, sausage meat pudding produced by Great Walsingham Barns Café, near Fakenham, has been crowned champion in the regional pie class at a ceremony in Melton Mowbray,
The winning pie was selected based on a range of criteria, including appearance, texture and taste.
Matthew O'Callaghan, chairman of the British Pie Awards, said: 'Great Walsingham Barns Café's pie was a well deserved winner.'
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A record 154 producers from across Britain took part and almost 900 pies were judged.
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