From the Great British Menu: Abel & Cole's Pork Pie

You might be forgiven to think that lately Pebble Soup may be sponsored by Abel & Cole. It is not. But I am very impressed by the quality of their service, and I am not the only one.

The other day I was in the pub or rather since summer is here, Yipppeee, outside the local pub, where a woman was singing Abel & Cole delivery service's praises.

It can be usual for an organic food delivery service to be organised. In my experience most of them are rather shambolic, but not at Abel & Cole, they deliver on time, the driver tells you about the products and their customer sevice has won the National Customer Service Team of the Year Award, as well as the International Customer Service Team of the Year award for the third year in a row.

I tried and tasted a few of their products lately, starting with Picnic pork pie Brocklebys.
One thing I like is that I am told where the ingredients are from, for example the flour is from the working windmill in Whissendine, Leicestershire.

The case melts in the mouth, the pastry crust is crispy and thin and the meat, a mixture of coarse and soft texture is delicious, not fatty at all, the jelly is light and lovely, seasoned to perfection. There is only one draw back at £2.35 for 190g pie, the price ranks at the top end, still great as a treat, and it is delivered!

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