Special Norwich-inspired pie to launch at Canaries’ first home match

The specially-created Norfolk Pie and Norwich Pie created for Norfolk Day. Picture: OPEN

The specially-created Norfolk Pie and Norwich Pie created for Norfolk Day. Picture: OPEN - Credit: OPEN

Football fans will be able to enjoy a special pie inspired by Norfolk Day.

The specially-created Norwich Pie created by OPEN for Norfolk Day.It will be launched at the Canary

The specially-created Norwich Pie created by OPEN for Norfolk Day.It will be launched at the Canary Club pre-match event before Norwich City’s first home game of the season against West Bromwich Albion on August 11. Picture: OPEN - Credit: OPEN

Norwich-based charity OPEN Youth Trust (OPEN) created the dishes.

Andrew Baker, OPEN Youth Trust (OPEN) chef, with the specially-created Norfolk Pie and Norwich Pie c

Andrew Baker, OPEN Youth Trust (OPEN) chef, with the specially-created Norfolk Pie and Norwich Pie created for Norfolk Day. Picture: OPEN - Credit: OPEN

The Norwich Pie will contain beef in dark ale gravy, within a mustard shortcrust pastry.

Norfolk Day Logo

Norfolk Day Logo - Credit: Archant

This will be launched at the Canary Club pre-match event before Norwich City's first home game of the season against West Bromwich Albion on August 11.

A separate Norfolk Pie, which features pork loin and ham set in a light ale jelly, has also been created by OPEN.


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Both pies will be available through the OPEN.

John Gordon-Saker, chief executive of OPEN said: 'I am excited by both these pies, especially as they have been created to celebrate Norfolk Day using iconic local brands.'

To book tickets for the Norwich City pre-match event, between 11am and 2pm, visit www.opennorwich.org.uk/whats-on/gigs-events/canary-club

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