baker's winning pie goes into commercial production
winner of a Burnham-On-Sea competition to create a new pie flavour
is set to have her tasty entry put into commercial production.
Bird's Moroccan lamb pie impressed the taste buds of the judges
at the Great Burnham Bake-Off, which was held during Saturday's
Burnham Food and Drink Festival.
will not only see her pie go into production at The Humble Pie
Company, but will also receive six pies in the post from the firm.
really chuffed to have won and to get the recognition. This pie
is really delicious - it's sweet and full of flavour," she
Boyer from The Humble Pie Company added: "It's a very tasty
recipe and the pie really is especially delicious when hot. It
fills a gap in the marketplace."
Bake-Off, sponsored by The Retreat Caravan Park, saw bakers of
all ages taking part in two competitions - one for the best pie
and the second for the best family favourite recipes.
young baker champion was named as Taylor Tasker, while the Champion
Family award went to Mary and Georgina, and the Individual Champion
was Phil Harvey. Isabelle Williams got a merrit for the taste
of her bake, while Mimi Woodliffe got a merrit for her bake's
Debbie March told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The bakers excelled
themselves and there were some superb entries that gave the judges
a difficult job of selecting the winners."
judges were Dusica Roberts, Rosemary Jackson and Pauline Boyer.