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Pub's pies are named the best in Britain

By Western Daily Press  |  Posted: May 23, 2014

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A Yorkshire inn has won the "best pub pie" title with an offering described as "perfect" by judges. The Chestnut Horse, between Driffield and Bridlington in the East Riding of Yorkshire, won the title from Olive magazine for a pie that, despite being named the Welsh Cob, is made of diced lamb surrounded by pastry infused with dried mint. The pub, which has a menu of 35 pies, all named after breeds of horses, was named the winner from more than 200 entries that were cut to a shortlist of five.

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