I don’t know about you, but I find pie to be a wonderfully comforting dish.
And it’s versatile too – whether you’re vegan, vegetarian or a meat eater you’ll find something to tantalise your tastebuds.
More than that, you can make a pie for pennies with food you might otherwise throw away. Plus you can make sweet or savoury options.
Why not have a forage through the fridge and see what needs using up during British Pie week? This year the week runs from 3-9 March and it’s all about celebrating one of our most loved traditional British foods.
Check out the vegetable rack and clear out the cupboards at least one evening this week.
Furtle through the fruit bowl and see what’s past its best.
Grab that tablespoon of leftover peas, slice of leftover ham or the wilting carrot that is tugging on your conscience or peel those soft apples and slice up the brown bananas and get creative in the kitchen!
Check out the range of pies using leftovers over on the Love Food Hate Waste website.
This hommity pie looks like a great idea!
What about you? What’s your favourite type of pie?
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