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Monday, 24 June 2013

Picnic Hamper Giveaway with Pork Farms

I have teamed up with Pork Farms to offer one of my readers a super hamper of picnic goodies and accompaniments

Over the next three months, Pork Farms is giving everyone that purchases one of their delicious pork pies the chance to win £100 every day, and the chance to win a £2,500 jackpot, by sharing details of their pork pie eating habits in 30 words or less at www.yourpieyourway.co.uk . Pork Farms pork pies are very versatile. Whether paired with peas, smothered with tangy pickle, shared with friends, or gobbled on the run, there are many ways to enjoy one of the nation’s favourite snacks.

Some of the favourite way to serve up a pork pie are listed below:

On its own
With a Pickle
With a dollop of Mustard
Brown sauce
Pork Pie Salad
Helpings of Chutney
Tomato sauce
With a chunk of Cheese
Salad Cream
Baked beans, crisps, gravy, mushy peas

Personally my favourite is with a handful of crips and lots of tomatoes and black pepper

I have teamed up with Pork Farms to offer one of my readers a super hamper of picnic goodies and accompaniments. To enter simply complete the Rafflecopter below:




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193 comments:

  1. I am going for - with pickle and a huge hunk of sharp cheddar. Mmmmm summery.

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  2. With a green salad and gherkin relish!

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  3. On it's own, I love the little snack ones best!

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  4. With a glass of Bucks Fizz... on Christmas morning. :)

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  5. My partner likes to eat them straight out of the wrapping :)

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  6. Next to a river, with some hot sauce!

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  7. With chips & all for me!! - No sharing :)

    Lotte xo

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  8. in a delicious salad with brown sauce, yum

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  9. warmed and dipped in Salad cream!

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  10. With dollops of mayonaise with a cherry tomato on top! Yummy

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  11. english mustard

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  12. Apple Sauce and crispy iceberg lettuce

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  13. Plain and simple with Heinz Tomato Sauce

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  14. With Branston pickle

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  15. With salad and salad cream - if I'm feeling naughty, perhaps a few chips or new potatoes with butter as well.

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  16. I like mine hot with chilli relish

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  17. Cut into quarters and dipped into Hot Chilli Sauce.

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  18. I love Baxters Victorian Albert's Chutney with mine and some sale, ploughmans style......

    LAURA H

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  19. Lol! Salad not sale! Damn autocorrect!

    LAURA H

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  20. Warm with mushy peas

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  21. With chips and tomato sauce

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  22. I like them on their own - i am a purist! lol

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  23. With English Mustard

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  24. Just with a relish or pickle, simple but good.

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  25. Nake pie and branston pickle

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  26. Cheese, cherry tomato, pickled onion, branston, crisps and thick bread with a layering of butter on it...oh and crisps :)

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  27. Try dunking pork pie in maple syrup ;) adds a sweetness to it and its delicious :)

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  28. With spicy red tomato chutney

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  29. pork pie and pickle what a marriage and the church is my mouth

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  30. boiled new potatoes, salad with loads of salad cream and branston.
    (rafflecopter id - su tyler)

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  31. As part of a ploughman's lunch with plenty of pickle!

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  32. with Coleman's mustard and side salad

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  33. with pickled onions and beetroot

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  34. I like it cold cut into quarters with either salad cream or brown sauce, yummy

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  35. with tomato ketchup!

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  36. With chutney and pate!

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  37. with crisps cheese bread and butter and fresh pickled onions

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  38. Bit boring for some but I love it by its self :-)

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  39. with cold baked beans and a little brown sauce on the side

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  40. With baked beans & HP sauce

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  41. With baked beans & HP sauce

    Sorry for 2nd comment, I accidently went anoymous.

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  42. A green salad & cherry tomatoes

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  43. Pie with salad and English mustard!

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  44. Lynsey Buchanan28 June 2013 at 22:28

    Mashed Potato & Mushy Peas

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  45. I like mine warmed up with a leafy salad.

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  46. Caramelised Red Onion Chutney

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  47. With some mature cheese, pickle onion, relish, crusty bread & branson, all washed down with some shandy! :)

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  48. Apple and onion chutney relish, sweet and hot - yum!

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  49. Spicy tomato chutney and a couple of gherkins

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  50. simply with english mustard

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  51. straight out the fridge nice and cold!

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  52. I like mine thinly sliced with mustard.

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  53. On its own or with Salad cream.

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  54. with chips and ketchup

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  55. With Wholegrain mustard and salad

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  56. love to eat it with pickle and cheese

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  57. Love to eat it with anything!

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  58. Chilled, with a variety of picnic nibbles, green leafy salad and brown sauce

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  59. Cold with pickle - simple but amazing

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  60. Cold eaten with slices of a sweet crunchy apple

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  61. A big wedge of crumbly, creamy Lancashire cheese, cherry toms and pickles.

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  62. Charlotte Ingham30 June 2013 at 12:55

    On it's own :)

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  63. with some Branston Pickle and salad Yum!

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  64. Mushy Peas and Mint Sauce at my Grandmas

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  65. Homemade pickle (frances hopkins)

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  66. Salad,pickle or coleslaw

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  67. Needs nothing but some fresh crusty bread

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  68. with mustard and a cold cider

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  69. Faye Huntington1 July 2013 at 22:58

    lots of salad and a gorgeous serving dish!! With love, Faye xx

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  70. Sliced and sprinkled with salt

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  71. With mustard and a sprinkle of salt

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  72. on a family picnic with pickles and french bread

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  73. on a bed of tangy pickle with a sprinkle of chives

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  74. warmed up with sweet onion chutney

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  75. with sweet chilli sauce

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  76. Cheese, Ham and Tomato Sauce!

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  77. cold pork pie, branston pickle and a packet of cheese and onion crisps :)

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  78. with hot mushy peas & brown sauce

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  79. With onion and mushroom gravy, chips and peas.

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  80. On it's own with the jelly soft

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  81. Plan on its own :)

    Jamie

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  82. On a picnic!

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  83. With salad in a picnic on a beach

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  84. Little bit of pickle, nice wedge of cheese and a chilled glass of cider!

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  85. Just as it comes, all on its own.

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  86. With a nice salad and minted Jersey Royals

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  87. With a tomato cut into quarters and some salt

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  88. Dipped in both brown sauce and English mustard

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  89. With a big dollop of Brown sauce! deeeelicious

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  90. With lots of branston pickle

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  91. with loads of Barton's Piccalilli

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  92. mushi peas and mint sauce for me :)

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  93. served with chopped onions , lettuce & cucumber , dipped in a little smooth branston picke !

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  94. English Mustard or Horseradish like mine with a bite :)

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  95. mushy peas and curry sauce :D

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  96. I love a pork pie with coleslaw

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  97. With homemade Piccalilli and a cold cider x

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  98. I love pork pie cut into quarters, with a little mustard served with a nice leafy salad.

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  99. some blue cheese sauce salad

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  100. Cold and oodles of mint sauce

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  101. With a light fresh salad.. with lots of cheese :-P

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  102. Salad cream and potato salad

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  103. With crusty bread and butter

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  104. Salad cream and some good cheese

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  105. with some strong cheddar and some pickle :)

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  106. With crisp lettuce leaves, cherry tomatoes and a english mustard dressing.

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  107. Love em hot with a baked potato!

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  108. With pickle and a salad!

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  109. with Ede's pickled onions and a glass of cold cider

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  110. with ketchup it needs nothing else

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  111. Just a thin layer of english mustard

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  112. Yummy! Any way really, but getting very hungry now!

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  113. I just love it with more pie! If I have to have something with it, it's usually a massive green leafy salad :P

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  114. Serve with a lovely summer salad - a selection of lettuce leaves with baby spinach, cucumber, celery and cherry tomatoes, must be served with some fruit like strawberries, grapes and some grated apple plus a little grated mature cheddar and a dollop of mayo and tomato chutney, delish!

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  115. I'd chop the pie in half and top the pie with a generous dollop of barbecue relish. Bliss!

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  116. Danielle Dudley9 July 2013 at 23:16

    With loads of English mustard!

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  117. With brown sauce

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