Steak And Kidney Pie

Life of pie: making the most of Britain's classic dish

The Pie Report

Life of pie: making the most of Britain's classic dish

By Alison Baker

They come in all shapes and sizes, with fillings as diverse as you could wish for, in savoury and sweet versions. So it should come as no surprise to find that pies are a popular option on pub menus up and down the land. Alison Baker lifts the crust on...

Pie sales are on the up - especially if they're homemade

Pie sales rise in pubs

By Nicholas Robinson

Pubs must capitalise on increasing diner demand for homemade pies, following research suggesting more consumers than ever were drawn to the pub classic.

Staff in their 60s outfits at the Hunters Inn

Southampton pub sells pints for 10p

By Helen Gilbert

A Hampshire pub relived the swinging sixties in more ways than one when it served up 10p pints to mark 45 years of being in business. 

Hamlett: harvest-time grub

Farmers' meal service

By Jo Bruce

A Warwickshire licensee has launched a plate-to-gate delivery service for farmers. Freehold pub the Peacock in Oxhill, Warwickshire, is offering a...

Earning a crust

Earning a crust

Carl Smith tells Ewan Turney how building a great team has helped him and wife Pauline increase trade at two Young's pubs in Mayfair, London How I...

East Anglia

East Anglia

The Axe & Compasses Arkesden, Essex Today, the Axe & Compasses bears no resemblance to the ailing pub that Themis and Diane Christou took...

The Guinea

The Guinea

Bruton Street, Mayfair, London, 0207 409 1728 The way to a man's heart may be through his stomach, but an award-winning steak-and-kidney pie appeals...