Pie time to check out tasty treats and celebrate British Pie Week

PUBLISHED: 09:21 04 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:16 11 May 2010

Queen Adelaide landlady Michelle Hunter and barman Robert Black tuck in

Queen Adelaide landlady Michelle Hunter and barman Robert Black tuck in

ANYONE who has ever wondered who ate all the pies? would be advised to make their way to a Crow Country pub this week. The Queen Adelaide, in Croydon, is celebrating National Pie Week by offering patrons a wide range of 15 different home-made pies. Land

ANYONE who has ever wondered "who ate all the pies?" would be advised to make their way to a Crow Country pub this week.

The Queen Adelaide, in Croydon, is celebrating National Pie Week by offering patrons a wide range of 15 different home-made pies.

Landlady Michelle Hunter said: "We've got everything from the traditional favourites like Steak and Kidney to more unusual varieties such as Huntingdon Fidget, which is made with bacon, onion, apple, and sage.

"It's great opportunity to go out with friends and enjoy some traditional British food and a pint of real ale," she said.

British pie week runs until this Sunday, March 7.


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