Pork pie party and onion chutney recipe

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Planning your party and stuck for ideas for the perfect buffet? Take a look at a few of these meaty ideas to help you make the most out of your bite sized selections. Make your meatballs standout by putting something inside them. How about stuffed pork meatballs with romesco sauce are stuffed with an olive or cheese-stuffed chorizo meatballs? Read more

A little bit of history about those little pies

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History tells us that the first recorded recipe for a pork pie was in 1390 in the kitchen of King Richard II, the monarch whose actions led ultimately to War of Roses and still to this day we enjoy pork pies and appreciate their taste.

Like traditional dishes, the British raised pork pie has its origins as a means of preserving meat. Unlike salting, curing and air drying, making pork pies was not intended to keep meat edible for some months. Read more

Large Chinese demand to support pork prices despite Brexit

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Large Chinese import demand and stalling supplies will continue to support global pork prices throughout the third quarter of 2016, despite the current “wildcards” of Brexit and feed costs, according to Rabobank.

While warning that feed costs and the Brexit effect on currency exchange rates could “negatively impact” the projected upswing in global pork prices, Rabobank’s animal protein analyst, Albert Vernooij, said the forecast was for a further rise in the Rabobank five-nation hog price index in Q3, supporting margins across the globe. Read more

5 Ways to Enjoy Your Pork Pie

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Pork Pies have been around for centuries – in fact the first recorded recipe for a pork pie was 1390 in the kitchen of the Court of King Richard and today’s pork pie is still a direct descendent of the medieval pie tradition.

More recently the pork pie has been elevated from a furtive snack and has been reclaimed as a good food to be eaten as a treat or indeed part of a meal. Read more

Waterall Pork Butchers at The Moor Markets in Sheffield

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Have you ever visit Waterall Pork Butchers down at the Moor Markets in Sheffield? If not may we introduce ourselves? Our family business has traded as a Pork Butchers in Sheffield for over 50 years. We pride ourselves on providing high quality traditional Pork Pies, Cooked Meats, and Sausages made with produce sourced where ever possible from local Sheffield farmers & suppliers. Read more

Firm’s sales have gone pie high…

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As businesses across the country fight for a share of a shrinking economic pie, one Sheffield family firm can look back on the past few weeks with satisfaction.

Pork pies have been flying out of Waterall Brothers – with the city’s real ale pubs opening up a new market. Read more

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