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Pie week

By leah cassady  |  Posted: March 06, 2013

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To celebrate Pie Week, from Monday, March 4 until Sunday, March 10, The Lewis Partnership have created a range of special menus for you to enjoy at The Moat House, The Swan Hotel* and The Dog and Doublet Inn**.

The Moat House will be offering three delicious pies for you to choose from. The Black and Blue pie is a meaty combination of slow braised steak with Staffordshire stout, Cropwell Bishop Stilton, baby onions and button mushrooms. Cock a Leekie is a sumptuous combination of tender chicken breast pieces and leeks cooked in a white wine, cream and tarragon sauce. For the vegetarians there is Goats Cheese Squash, a rich blend of roasted butternut squash, tender leaf spinach, goat’s cheese and roasted red peppers. All pies are served with a jug of rich gravy and either triple cooked chips or creamed potatoes and mushy peas with a hint of garden mint - all for just £9.95 per person.

At The Swan Hotel they are offering a choice between beef, mushroom and Staffordshire stout in a pastry case, fish and seafood pie, topped with coarse grain mustard mash, roasted chicken and ham pie in a white wine cream sauce and butternut squash, spinach and goat’s cheese pie. All are served with a choice of panache of seasonal vegetables, mushy peas, chips, mixed salad, mashed potato or roasted new potatoes - all for just £9.95 per person.

The Dog and Doublet Inn has three different pies to choose from including beef and Pedigree ale in short crust pastry, ham hock, pea and mustard in short crust pastry, and goat’s cheese, sweet potato and spinach pie with a puff pastry top. All pies are served with a jug of rich gravy and either triple cooked chips, creamed mash potatoes or mushy peas with a hint of garden mint. At just £9.95 per person, why not treat yourself.

To book, call The Moat House, 01785 712217, the Swan Hotel, 01785 258142 or The Dog and Doublet, 01889 508331.

*Except for Wednesday, March 6 at The Swan Hotel

**Except for Sunday, March 10 at The Dog and Doublet Inn

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